Pro Tips for Rocking The Bedroom With Promescent

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Pro Tips for Using Promescent

Promescent is the only clinically proven male delay spray available in the United States. In a 2016 study published in the International Journal of Impotence Research, 79% of men who used Promescent Climax Control Spray with during sex reported that both partners had an orgasm, effectively closing the orgasm gap!

And nearly three-quarters of study participants agreed that using the product benefited their sexual experience overall. (That’s no surprise — it’s also easy to use and won’t transfer to your partner.)

Will Promescent help you last longer in bed? There’s a good chance it will — science doesn’t lie.

But we’ve got a few tips to help you get the most out of your sexual experience while using our scientifically proven delay spray. Here’s how to get the best results possible.

Take Promescent for a Test Drive

You wouldn’t wear a brand-new suit to your biggest meeting of the year without trying it on first — and the same should go for Promescent. Don’t wait until the next time you’re about to get it on to find out how it works with your body.

Give Promescent a solo run, if you will, to learn how to apply the product, figure out how much you need to use, and exactly how much it helps once you’ve applied it correctly.

Also, who can argue with an extra opportunity for a little sexual pleasure for “research” purposes?

Play Around with Dosage

Through our research and testing, we’ve found that most men need at least three sprays of Promescent to start. That’s usually enough to noticeably desensitize your penis and establish a baseline for use. (Each spray of Promescent dispenses 10 milligrams of lidocaine.)

But each man’s sensitivity levels are different. That’s why we’ve developed a quick, three-question quiz to help you find the perfect dosage. Take our short quiz to find the right dosage specific to your needs.

Then, pay close attention to how you’re feeling in the midst of the act. You should still enjoy the sensations of intercourse but without an immediate urgency to ejaculate — a nice, happy medium.

Use only Where Needed

Promescent is formulated with TargetZone™ technology. When applied correctly, it will affect only your most sensitive areas:

Spraying Promescent only in these areas helps ensure you’ll enjoy your sexual experience as much as possible! So hold the nozzle close to your penis and keep the spray localized.

Keep it Localized

Just as you should keep the spray nozzle close to your penis, you should also ensure you’re rubbing Promescent in using small circles (you might even enlist a pair of more delicate hands for this job, if you know what we mean).

Rubbing the product in is your last opportunity to make sure the spray makes it into all the areas where you need it to be effective — and only those areas.

Apply in Advance

Promescent takes 10–15 minutes to absorb fully and achieve maximum effectiveness. If you don’t wait the full amount of time, the product may be less effective or even transfer to your partner.

Once our delay spray is fully absorbed, you can get busy on your terms. Even water won’t affect Promescent’s effectiveness — you can even enjoy a little shower nookie if that’s your thing.

Wash up

Give your hands a quick rinse or a wipe with a damp cloth before turning your attention back to your partner — the time it takes for Promescent to absorb is a fantastic opportunity to engage in some foreplay.

If you think your partner might be headed “downtown” once Promescent is absorbed, consider giving the area “down there” a wipe-down with a damp cloth after that 10- to 15-minute waiting period. (We’ve heard from a few customers that lidocaine doesn’t have the most romantic taste…)

Try Some New Positions

In addition to helping you last longer in bed, Promescent can also offer you peace of mind and some freedom to try new things in bed with your partner.

Are there some new sexual positions you’ve been dying to try — but never last long enough to get into? Whip out that copy of the Kama Sutra and go to town, you crazy kids!

You might also consider a new position (or three) that have been shown to delay orgasm because they apply more pressure to different, less sensitive areas of the penis. Our favorites for this are woman on top, reverse cowgirl, or super-intimate, side-by-side spooning.