How To Use Delay Sprays and Creams

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If you want something to make an instant impact on your sex life, look no further. Delay creams and sprays are an easy and immediate solution for premature ejaculation that appeal to many men.

Delay sprays for men increase stamina, prolong erections, and intensify orgasms. Through slightly reducing sensitivity in the penis, it lets you hold back from climax for longer so you can enjoy longer-lasting pleasure. They are designed to be quickly absorbed by the skin and most can be applied immediately before sex. Using a delay cream is perhaps the quickest and easiest approach to dealing with premature ejaculation, can be bought over the counter or online, and the ingredients (typically Benzocaine and Lidocaine) are generally thought to be safe for most people.

1 in 10 men in the UK, approximately 2.3 million, over the age of 21 suffer from erection dysfunction. It can occur for a variety of reasons, including physical, psychological, and medical conditions, and it affects far more men than are willing to admit it. If you’re prone to performance anxiety or premature ejaculation, then choosing a good delay spray could be the answer.

Not All Sprays Are the Same

Delay sprays and creams are easy to use, and generally follow the same method: apply, wait, go! However, it’s important to note that not all delay sprays and creams work the same way. Many are quite similar, but there are often very important differences. So, you should always check your specific product before use. Usually, you apply the spray to the head of the penis once you’re erect and leave it a couple of minutes before you carry on with your play.

There are very few side effects, but if you notice a rash, swelling, or itchiness, stop immediately and see a GP, as you may be allergic to a specific ingredient. Do not apply to irritated or broken skin, this includes freshly shaven skin.

Types of Delay Sprays and creams

Most delay sprays, contain anaesthetics like Benzocaine or Lidocaine, which reduce over-sensitivity. Each spray will contain different amounts of these ingredients – the Prolonging Delay Cream (£14.99, kinky.co.uk) is a fast-acting and gentle desensitizing spray, which contains Benzocaine.

If you or your partner are allergic or particularly sensitive to anaesthetics, there is an alternative! Some sprays and creams use natural numbing ingredients and herbal infusions that allows you to control your erection and delay ejaculation. Bathmate Control Prolonger (£22.99, kinky.co.uk) is formulated from natural ingredients only (including Jojoba oil, Siberian ginseng root extract, and Damiana leaf extract) and increases sexual build-up for an incredible orgasm. This prolonging gel is free from perfumes, alcohol and parabens. It can be used on sensitive skins and has been dermatologically tested. Thirty minutes is all that’s needed to discover its benefits: delayed ejaculations and increased sexual stamina!

Applying Delay Sprays and Creams

Start with one spray or drop of your chosen product to check if your skin will tolerate the ingredients. Finding the right level of numbing is important, and remember that less is more. If you find that just one or two drops or sprays works for you, the product will last longer and you’ll save money!

You can always apply more delay solution, but you can’t remove it once it has been absorbed. Every delay spray is different, so you will need to spend some time finding out what works best for you.

It doesn’t matter if you apply it when flaccid or erect. It will work equally well, so it’s up to you to decide what works best for you and your partner.

Apply your product to the most sensitive parts of your penis, resist the urge to just cover it all. If you do, there’s a high chance you’ll numb yourself too much – resulting in erection loss or a decrease in pleasure. Once applied, gently rub it in until it appears to be absorbed. Most companies suggest applying delay sprays to the head of the penis, but everyone is different. With some experimentation, you should be able to find which part of your penis needs targeting, and which you can leave alone.

Different products have different timings, but none of them allow you to have sex immediately after application. There’s always a waiting time (between 5-20 minutes) to make sure it’s absorbed and is working. If you’re using a Lidocaine or Benzocaine product, 5-10 will be enough. Natural sprays and creams tend to take between 10-20 minutes. This is a good time to give your partner some attention while you leave your penis alone for a while.

Wipe off any excess product with a soft, damp cloth just before you have oral or penetrative sex. You should also wash your hands after applying to make sure you don’t transfer to your partner, or get in in other sensitive areas such as the eyes.

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