Promescent Climax Control Delay Spray Review
By Pleasure Panel reviewer Stickywicket
I was in two minds about offering to review the Promescent Climax Control Delay Spray as we’ve never needed any product like this, but I thought let’s take one for the team and help Cara out to see how it measures up.
We’ve tried various lubes, sprays and the like over the years to have things that declare they’d warm you, cool you, tingle you, make you smell like something and anything else imaginable. Reading the packaging of the Promescent Climax Control Delay Spray, instructions were to apply 3 or more sprays but no more than 10. It also helpfully reminds you to pump the bottle upright.
We applied 5 sprays. It’s more than 3, it’s half of 10, if it didn’t work what have we lost? Then after 10 minutes foreplay (no intercourse for the 10 minutes after applying the Promescent Climax Control Delay Spray) we got down to business. I was f***ing numb! Could barely feel a thing!
Then I read the papers inside the box. The Promescent Climax Control Delay Spray is basically a spray bottle of lidocane, the stuff your dentist puts in your mouth before they give you a filling. No wonder I couldn’t feel anything! Anyway Mrs Stickywicket was delighted and rocked her socks off quite merrily (several times).
I carried on for some time feeling rather numb until the Promescent Climax Control Delay Spray wore off after about half an hour. That half hour was a bit frustrating for me, very pleasing for Mrs Stickywicket, and I’d say pretty conclusive proof that the Promescent Climax Control Delay Spray does exactly what it sets out to do.
Careful how much you do use as the small bottle is good for about 3-4 applications in total (depending how much you apply). This could make the Promescent Climax Control Delay Spray rather pricey if you’re going to use a lot, but if you have problems with climaxing too soon and just need an initial fix to get started this could be just the ticket for you.
We’ve been thinking about how we’d score the Promescent Climax Control Delay Spray. On one hand I felt very little sensation quite soon after applying this, but then that’s the whole point of the product. So 10 out of 10 for its actual purpose, but it does need to be applied sparingly to avoid total lack of sensation, so 6 out of 10 for the loss of sensation it gave me. Mrs Stickywicket gave it a firm 10/10 for her experience but I was getting a bit bored and detached from the whole experience so 5/10 for that.
Overall with everything considered we have to score the Promescent Climax Control Delay Spray 8/10. It’s a product if you don’t need it you shouldn’t buy it, and if you do need it you should start with maybe just 3 sprays at first and don’t think you’ll need loads more because you probably won’t.
Where To Buy
Thanks to Pleasure Panel reviewer Stickywicket for this review of the Promescent Climax Control 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).
This product was sent free of charge, in exchange for a fair and honest review by the Pleasure Panel, by Promescent.com. Thank you! 🙂