Promescent Orgasm Delay Spray Review
By Pleasure Panel reviewer NatandTom
During May’s Pleasure Panel Round my partner noticed that the Promescent Orgasm Delay Spray from promescent.com was in need of a new home, so he volunteered and was gratefully selected to review it. Thanks Cara!
The Promescent Orgasm Delay Spray arrived quickly and we were happy with the simplistic but informative packaging. The dark box features some instructions for use, warnings regarding irritation and a full list of ingredients. Inside, we found the 1.3ml bottle which was also simply labelled.
We are always open to trying new things in the bedroom and I (the female half) have tried countless performance/orgasm enhancers and prolongers in order to better our sexual escapades, but my partner has only tried a couple of the male alternatives. He does not suffer from premature ejaculation, but there’s always occasions where we’d prefer sex to last a little bit longer, which is where we hoped this would come in. We have only tried one other delay product (Pjur Superhero Spray) and loved it, but unfortunately that made the experience with the Promescent Orgasm Delay Spray look dismal in comparison.
Before we got started, we did a patch test on the inner elbow on both of us. We both suffer with sensitive skin and like to be careful with intimate essentials as a result. I placed a couple of sprays on both of us and waited for the recommended time frame of ten minutes. Neither of us really felt anything, good or bad, so we decided it was safe to go ahead and apply some to his penis. We were wrong. If we’d used a few more squirts on our elbow first we would have noticed that this product was not kind to us.
The Promescent Orgasm Delay Spray packaging says to use between three and ten sprays onto the head and shaft of penis and rub into the skin until absorbed. We decided to start with five, as we thought that would be a happy medium. Almost instantly after application my partner started to complain that his penis was numb and not in a subtle, gentle way. He stated that he could no longer feel my touch at all. He still wanted to wait the ten minutes before sex to see if this faded at all, but it didn’t. A couple of minutes into the session he begun losing his erection and complaining about a burning and itching sensation.
I felt a minor itch myself and came out in a bit of a rash around the vulva which was not pleasant at all. He was in a lot of discomfort at this point and rushed to the shower to rinse the product off his penis. About half an hour later the itching stopped and sensation started coming back. He said that he would be willing to give the Promescent Orgasm Delay Spray one more try with three sprays and see if there was any difference, but if the irritation and numbing happened again he wouldn’t be giving it a third chance.
Unfortunately, it did happen again. It wasn’t quite to the extent of the previous experience, but it was enough for him to admit defeat. He would not be able to recommend the Promescent Orgasm Delay Spray based on his interactions with this product. It might be better for those who are less sensitive, but we can’t rate it highly at all. It might have been a different story if the product had contained less Lidocaine and didn’t give him the burning/itching reaction that he encountered, but as it is, we’ll be sticking with the Pjur Superhero Spray.
Where To Buy
Thanks to Pleasure Panel reviewer NatandTom for this review of the Promescent Orgasm Delay Spray. You can buy it here at promescent.com for $19.95 for a trial sized bottle (1.3ml), or $59.95 for a full sized bottle (7.4ml).
The Promescent Orgasm Delay Spray was sent free of charge, in exchange for a fair and honest review by the Pleasure Panel, by Promescent.com.
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