We select products with only the highest quality ingredients. The contents are always verified as accurate to the label. The primary ingredient in Promescent Delay Spray is lidocaine. The 20 secondary ingredients are shown below as well.
Promescent has been tested in clinical trials and used by thousands of men all over the world. It is highly effective in men of all different ages and fitness levels. In short, it is proven to work.
However, like any medication, it does not work for everyone. The main factor is if the user's premature ejaculation is caused by overly sensitive penile nerves or due to some other cause. If due to overly sensitive penile nerves, then Promescent delivers reliably excellent results.
For your first use, simply apply three sprays to the head and shaft of the penis. You should rub in the spray to help it absorb. Focus on the areas that are typically most sensitive for you. Wait 10 minutes before engaging in sexual activity for Promescent to fully absorb into your skin and to prevent the transfer to your partner.
After your first use, you can adjust the number of sprays up or down to adjust the sensitivity. Do not exceed 10 sprays in one session.
No, an erection is not required when applying Promescent Delay Spray.
As long as you wait 10 minutes after applying Promescent Delay Spray, there should be little to no transfer to your partner.
Promescent Delay Spray lasts for up to one hour after it is fully absorbed into the skin of the penis.
We recommend that you wipe your penis with a damp cloth after the absorption period of 10 minutes. If you do that, there will be no taste. If you do not wipe after absorption, there will be a slight taste.
Promescent Delay Spray has a very slight coconut smell, but it is not offensive and dissipates quickly.
Yes, Promescent Delay Spray can be used during oral sex without transferring to your partner. However, we recommend wiping your penis with a wet cloth after the 10 minute absorption period elapses, to ensure that there is no transfer to your partner's mouth.
Promescent Delay Spray will have up to a 2-year shelf life until it expires. This date will be marked on the bottle.
• Only use Promescent Delay Spray externally
• Do not use Promescent Delay Spray if allergic to lidocaine or other topical anesthetics
• If you have liver problems, consult your doctor before using Promescent
• Do not use Promescent Delay Spray if your partner is pregnant or if you are trying to conceive