≡ Menu

Promescent Spray Reviews: Yay or Nay?

Before I begin, let’s get something straight: I do not suffer from chronic premature ejaculation. Sometimes I secretly wish I can perform like the porn actor but I don’t fret about it. However, it’s too hard to pass over the Promescent, a desensitizing spray approved by FDA. Besides, it’s invented by medical doctors, and widely recognized by urologists as an effective way to deal with premature ejaculation. This speaks volume, especially in male enhancement industry, which is clogged with unproven and dangerous products. Since there has been decent amount of buzz around Promescent, I decided to give it a try.

What is promescent, really? As mentioned earlier, it’s a desensitizing spray. It contains lidocaine to reduce sensitivity. The formulation allows maximum absorption rate through penile skin, thus allowing for longer performance. According to the official website of Promescent, it 

“…acts quickly (in just 10 minutes) to manage penis sensitivity for lasting premature ejaculation control.”

And.. “it’s adsorb quickly so as not to be transferred to sexual partners”.

So.. is Promescent all it’s cracked up to be?

My experience with Promescent
The instructions on the bottle said I should start with 3 sprays and wait for ten minutes. I locked myself in the bathroom and rub my pecker with Promescent spray. The numbing effect was no joke. After 10 minutes, my pecker felt dry and I was ready for the deed. Unfortunately, my partner didn’t quite like it. She went down on me and complained that my south department smelled like medicine. As well, I did not last longer than usual due to the excessive numbness.

After doing some research, I realized the mistakes. I should start with 1 or 2 spray, instead of 3 sprays, as I don’t really have ejaculation problem. And, it’s recommended to wipe off the penis after 10 minutes waiting period.

The next time we had sex, I fired off just one spray of Promescent. This time I seem to do alright – I last slightly longer than 20 minutes. The result was far from earth-shattering, but Promescent did exactly what it’s promised.

Final verdict: if you wish to last longer in bed, Promescent is recommended – except for those who are sensitive to lidocaine. When in doubt, always consult your doctor.

Don’t miss this free video: How one man went from lasting 10 seconds to over 30 minutes in bed!

{ 0 comments… add one }

Leave a Comment

Real Time Analytics