#1 Delay spray for men Is an OTC Delay action spray for men that is proven to help you last longer for the duration of sexual intercourse, ensuring complete satisfaction of your partner, leading to an overall, enhanced level of satisfaction for both partners.
#1 Delay spray for men reduces overstimulation without eliminating sensation altogether, improving your endurance.
Just apply #1 Delay spray for men to the most sensitive parts of your penis, wait 5 – 10 minutes to dry and you’re ready to go.
Powerful #1 Delay spray for men desensitizing delay spray for men who experience PE. (Premature Ejaculation),
- Ingredients: Sophora flavescens, Syzygium aromaticum, Spongilla fragilis Lecidy, Bark of Japanese Cinnamon
- Usage: spray over on penis glands 5-10 minutes prior to sexual intercourse
- Size: 15 ML
#1 Delay spray for men SPRAY ships in unmarked packaging,
Easily fits in your pocket for convenient use and
leaves no scent or taste after drying.
What is PE? (Premature Ejaculation)
Premature ejaculation is when ejaculation occurs earlier than desired, often within 1 minute of penetrative sex. It’s characterized by an inability to delay orgasm to the extent that it causes bother or frustration to the patient and/or their partner.
There are many possible reasons for experiencing PE, ranging from physical to psychological. If you feel you ejaculate too quickly during sex, #1 Delay spray for men may be what’s right for you.
Can PE be treated?
Yes. Although products vary from person to person. Many men can be treated successfully through over-the-counter topicals, prescription medications, behavior modification, or a combination of these treatments.
Some people see immediate results, but for others, it may take time. Some men may need to try a few different methods before finding the right solution.
In a 2017 study, 82% of the 15 participants using benzocaine wipes were no longer considered to have PE at the end of two months.
In fact, the time to orgasm during vaginal intercourse was just 75 seconds at the start of the study, but nearly three minutes after one month and 5.5 minutes at the two-month mark.
Read the study here: