Delay Sprays for Premature Ejaculation

Delay sprays, creams, and gels have become the go-to solution for many men suffering from premature ejaculation (PE). Also known as male genital desensitizers or last-longer sprays, in contrast to wipes and gels, have the added benefit of controlling the amount of anesthetic agent per metered spray. This, in part, makes them a preferred way to treat PE. Lasting longer in bed is a number one priority for many men, and with the readily available sprays now on the market, it’s easier than ever for men to improve their sex life with just a few sprays.

While delay sprays have been around for more than six decades, many men still aren’t aware of these products even exist. Before you decide to try something that can help you last longer in bed, there are a few things you should know.

What You Need to Know About Delay Sprays

Of the premature ejaculation creams, wipes and spray products available, many men prefer sprays over creams and wipes for multiple reasons. With a wipe, dose control is difficult as you don’t know how much of the active ingredient that’s being applied. Creams are messy and dosing isn’t measured and difficult to estimate. Lidocaine-based sprays are required to come in a metered dose spray bottle that delivers an exact amount of the active ingredient with each spray, so dose control is easy. All sprays currently on the market have a low cost per use. Most men focus on choosing a product with superior performance and if applied properly a delay spray typically ensures the best success rate for men trying to improve their intimacy.

How Do I Use It

Products like Promescent are simple to use. Spray directly on your penis or, as most men do, spray on your fingertips then apply to a location on your penis that provides the best control. For most men, that’s the frenulum. It really is that simple. And the pump action is ideal to measure the amount of product being released, so you can adjust the dose to your specific needs such as penis sensitivity, your level of sexual excitement, or last time you ejaculated.

Are There Side Effects?

While there are few side effects with most delay sprays, Promescent has a very low side effect profile. One of the most commonly stated side effects of delay sprays, in general, is over-desensitizing which Promescent has addressed with patented TargetZone® technology. It allows for targeted absorption exactly where it is applied when properly administered and leaves the user with next-to-normal sensitivity.

Still, all delay spray products have some risk. When too much spray is applied, potential side effects may include skin irritation, burning or excessive numbing. But it’s comforting to know that Promescent is so effective, and with so few side effects, it’s actually become a well-regarded male genital desensitizer endorsed and recommended by Urologists and Sex Therapists around the world.

Does It Work?

In short, yes! Satisfied men love Promescent because they last longer and feel more in control when they’re making love. And if the many reviews from happy men aren’t enough to convince you, maybe the doctors who recommend Promescent can. More than 2,000 Urologists and Sex Therapists trust Promescent so much, they recommend it to patients suffering from PE. Promescent is effective, giving men better control for a longer lasting sexual experience. Having sold over 1,000,000 bottles - many of those men who order regularly can attest, Promescent clearly works.

Not All Delay Sprays Are the Same

Not all delay sprays are equal. With so many brands on the market, it can be overwhelming to try and find the one that works the best. So, how do you know which one is the best for you?

  • Stud 100 – lidocaine spray, available in many adult stores and online retailers
  • Sta-Erect – from Doc Johnson, cream form
  • Mandelay – benzocaine-based in gel form
  • KY-Duration™ – available in both spray (lidocaine) and gel (benzocaine) forms
  • Dragon – many variations – Super Dragon, Super Dooz, Dragon Oil
  • VigRx – also make VigRx pills for erectile dysfunction
  • Viga 50000 – from Germany, one version contains vitamin E
  • Fortacin™ -- contains lidocaine and prilocaine, not approved for sale in the U.S.
  • Promescent – lidocaine spray, patented TargetZone™ technology, only spray available in the USA with clinical research to support the efficacy

Promescent is one of the leading delay sprays available today. It’s the only spray in North America you can find that has researched-based findings from studies that prove its efficacy. Men who use Promescent to delay ejaculation can last up to 64 percent longer in bed. Its patented TargetZone™ technology allows it to absorb exactly where you applied it. This means better results, more control and minimal transference to your partner, which is a common complaint with some of the other sprays out there.

Delay Spray vs Premature Ejaculation Cream

Many men wonder about the difference between a delay spray vs. a delay cream. When trying to find something that’s actually effective to last longer in bed, it can be tempting to try anything. But there are a handful of reasons why so many men prefer spray over the creams available. Wondering about the pros and cons of each?

Pros of delay sprays:

  • Metered release, giving men accurate release with every pump
  • Targeted application is easy
  • Promescent’s patented technology means targeted-absorption, so transference is limited if used as directed.

Cons of delay sprays:

  • Not all products work the same or are as effective
  • Limited studies available (only one product has clinical research – Promescent)
  • Many fake or sub-par products available

Pros of delay creams:

  • Applying a delay cream can be fun
  • Numbing is generally effective
  • Don’t need to apply all over, allowing for more targeted application

Cons of delay creams:

    • Messy, the cream can also absorb into hands
    • High chance of transference to partners
    • Risk of over-applying, resulting in too much numbing action and possible loss of erection
Promescent delay spray travel size and standard size bottles.
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Delay Sprays & Creams Premature Ejaculation

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Delay Sprays for Premature Ejaculation

Delay sprays, creams, and gels have become the go-to solution for many men suffering from premature ejaculation (PE). Also known as male genital desensitizers or last-longer sprays, in contrast to wipes and gels, have the added benefit of controlling the amount of anesthetic agent per metered spray. This, in part, makes them a preferred way to treat PE. Lasting longer in bed is a number one priority for many men, and with the readily available sprays now on the market, it’s easier than ever for men to improve their sex life with just a few sprays.

While delay sprays have been around for more than six decades, many men still aren’t aware of these products even exist. Before you decide to try something that can help you last longer in bed, there are a few things you should know.

What You Need to Know About Delay Sprays

Of the premature ejaculation creams, wipes and spray products available, many men prefer sprays over creams and wipes for multiple reasons. With a wipe, dose control is difficult as you don’t know how much of the active ingredient that’s being applied. Creams are messy and dosing isn’t measured and difficult to estimate. Lidocaine-based sprays are required to come in a metered dose spray bottle that delivers an exact amount of the active ingredient with each spray, so dose control is easy. All sprays currently on the market have a low cost per use. Most men focus on choosing a product with superior performance and if applied properly a delay spray typically ensures the best success rate for men trying to improve their intimacy.

How Do I Use It

Products like Promescent are simple to use. Spray directly on your penis or, as most men do, spray on your fingertips then apply to a location on your penis that provides the best control. For most men, that’s the frenulum. It really is that simple. And the pump action is ideal to measure the amount of product being released, so you can adjust the dose to your specific needs such as penis sensitivity, your level of sexual excitement, or last time you ejaculated.

Are There Side Effects?

While there are few side effects with most delay sprays, Promescent has a very low side effect profile. One of the most commonly stated side effects of delay sprays, in general, is over-desensitizing which Promescent has addressed with patented TargetZone® technology. It allows for targeted absorption exactly where it is applied when properly administered and leaves the user with next-to-normal sensitivity.

Still, all delay spray products have some risk. When too much spray is applied, potential side effects may include skin irritation, burning or excessive numbing. But it’s comforting to know that Promescent is so effective, and with so few side effects, it’s actually become a well-regarded male genital desensitizer endorsed and recommended by Urologists and Sex Therapists around the world.

Does It Work?

In short, yes! Satisfied men love Promescent because they last longer and feel more in control when they’re making love. And if the many reviews from happy men aren’t enough to convince you, maybe the doctors who recommend Promescent can. More than 2,000 Urologists and Sex Therapists trust Promescent so much, they recommend it to patients suffering from PE. Promescent is effective, giving men better control for a longer lasting sexual experience. Having sold over 1,000,000 bottles - many of those men who order regularly can attest, Promescent clearly works.

Not All Delay Sprays Are the Same

Not all delay sprays are equal. With so many brands on the market, it can be overwhelming to try and find the one that works the best. So, how do you know which one is the best for you?

  • Stud 100 – lidocaine spray, available in many adult stores and online retailers
  • Sta-Erect – from Doc Johnson, cream form
  • Mandelay – benzocaine-based in gel form
  • KY-Duration™ – available in both spray (lidocaine) and gel (benzocaine) forms
  • Dragon – many variations – Super Dragon, Super Dooz, Dragon Oil
  • VigRx – also make VigRx pills for erectile dysfunction
  • Viga 50000 – from Germany, one version contains vitamin E
  • Fortacin™ -- contains lidocaine and prilocaine, not approved for sale in the U.S.
  • Promescent – lidocaine spray, patented TargetZone™ technology, only spray available in the USA with clinical research to support the efficacy

Promescent is one of the leading delay sprays available today. It’s the only spray in North America you can find that has researched-based findings from studies that prove its efficacy. Men who use Promescent to delay ejaculation can last up to 64 percent longer in bed. Its patented TargetZone™ technology allows it to absorb exactly where you applied it. This means better results, more control and minimal transference to your partner, which is a common complaint with some of the other sprays out there.

Delay Spray vs Premature Ejaculation Cream

Many men wonder about the difference between a delay spray vs. a delay cream. When trying to find something that’s actually effective to last longer in bed, it can be tempting to try anything. But there are a handful of reasons why so many men prefer spray over the creams available. Wondering about the pros and cons of each?

Pros of delay sprays:

  • Metered release, giving men accurate release with every pump
  • Targeted application is easy
  • Promescent’s patented technology means targeted-absorption, so transference is limited if used as directed.

Cons of delay sprays:

  • Not all products work the same or are as effective
  • Limited studies available (only one product has clinical research – Promescent)
  • Many fake or sub-par products available

Pros of delay creams:

  • Applying a delay cream can be fun
  • Numbing is generally effective
  • Don’t need to apply all over, allowing for more targeted application

Cons of delay creams:

    • Messy, the cream can also absorb into hands
    • High chance of transference to partners
    • Risk of over-applying, resulting in too much numbing action and possible loss of erection
Promescent delay spray travel size and standard size bottles.
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