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Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon tested out the product and says, “It’s basically a lidocaine spray, a topical spray. It’s meant to give you lasting power, if you want to lessen then sensitivity of your penis… if you’re going to go too quick, then it may be a good fix.”
But how good is the spray for your goods?
“My wife was able to get through an entire magazine, instead of half a magazine,” Dr. Ordon jokes.
The company behind the spray, Promescent, says to apply the product 10 minutes before having sex and let dry before engaging in intercourse. The spray’s main ingredient, lidocaine, has a desensitizing effect, which will allegedly help to minimize premature ejaculation. The effects of the spray are said to last from 30 minutes to 1 hour, depending on the amount applied. The company also claims the product – available in October – can be used by woman to achieve more orgasms.
Will you or your partner be using the spray to make the moment last longer?