Numb Spray is formulated with lidocaine to reduce sensitivity without overly numbing. When used as directed, Numb Spray absorbs into the skin for maximum efficacy without transferring to your partner. Plus, our bottle helps you dose precisely to achieve your desired effect time after time.
It’s simple. Spray the most sensitive areas of your penis 10-15 minutes before go time. Use between 3 and 10 full sprays depending on your desired sensitivity.
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Premature Ejaculation (PE) is a form of sexual dysfunction defined as the act of ejaculating before you’re ready. That can be during foreplay, soon after penetration or in the middle of intercourse. The point is, it’s happening too soon.
Yes, studies show that Lidocaine is both safe and well tolerated by most people as an agent for PE. However, if you have a Lidocaine or Prilocaine allergy, this product will not be appropriate and you should consult a doctor or pharmacist about other possible options.
The effects of the Lidocaine/Prilocaine Numbing Spray should wear-off after 60 minutes, but can last up to 2 hours.
Yes, if you apply the spray first, but be sure to use a lubricant that doesn’t also have a numbing agent like Lidocaine or Prilocaine within its ingredients.
Yes, Numb Spray and ED medications such as Sildenafil or Tadalafil do not interact and can be used together. In fact, ED medications are actually a treatment option for PE and can be considered first line.
Yes, it is considered safe to have oral sex with Numb Spray as long as you follow the instructions on how to apply it, wait the allocated time for it to properly absorb, and as long as your partner doesn’t have a Lidocaine or Prilocaine allergy. You can rinse your penis after 30 minutes of application to ensure there is no leftover ointment on the surface prior to sexual intercourse.
Some people may experience temporary loss of sensitivity that can lead to ED and others may experience skin irritation. This can be avoided if you apply a small amount when you start using it, then increase the amount based on toleration and need. If you start experiencing serious side effects like discoloration on the skin, lips or nail beds, changes in breathing, fatigue, confusion, headache or light headedness, seek immediate medical attention.
No, depending on the type of PE, there are medications, sexual techniques and behavioral therapies you can try. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you have questions about your options.