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Don't Even Bother

There's really not much to say about this. No matter what we did with it we couldn't seem to get it to work, leaving this as something that's really just going to take up space in your drawer.
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Pros:
Doesn't get sticky, Sprays easily
Cons:
Doesn't work
Rating by reviewer:
1
extremely useful review
Sometimes, for whatever reasons, our men might not last as long as they could. Desensitizing sprays and the like are a good option for a quick fix. Unfortunately, this one doesn't seem to do much.

It's a nice size at 4 fluid ounces and features a convenient spray top, complete with an extra cap to keep the top from spraying when you don't mean it to. The front of the bottle tells you it's an Adam & Eve product that's supposed to prolong an erection. The back repeats that it's a prolonging spray with hemp seed, which they say is believed to enhance your stamina. The back label is set up much like the back of an aspirin bottle, with warnings, ingredients, and active ingredients. The active ingredient is lidocaine for the genital desensitization. The rest of the ingredients are butylene glycol, cannabis sativa seed extract, diazolidinyl urea, disodium edta, lodopropynyl butylcarbamate, propylene glycol, sodium pca, and water.

It sprays out just like water, although just a little bit thicker. It isn't going to stay where you put it, so make sure you start to rub it in first. The directions say to apply no less than 3 sprays but no more than 10 to the head of the penis. It doesn't say anything about rubbing it in or not, but there's no harm in it. It does leave just the slightest hint of a film behind, but it's only noticeable if you're trying to feel for it.

When applied to the head of the penis, it doesn't seem to desensitize much. When sprayed on the back of my hand I could feel the slightest hint of numbness, but nothing extremely noticeable. It's a good thing that the bottle comes with so much, because you'll go through a lot of it trying to get it to work for you. Even after liberal application to the penis, he was still just as sensitive as he was before we sprayed really. Even letting it soak in inside the condom didn't seem to make a difference.
Experience
Long story short, you should probably skip this one. Prolonging sprays should be used with condoms to begin with since you wouldn't want to pass the numbness on from the penis to the vagina, and with how well this works you might as well just use a condom designed for making sex last longer. This one isn't going to do much more than take up space in a drawer.
Follow-up commentary
Came across it again after it got buried in a drawer, tried it again, still doesn't work. There aren't many things that I can't find a solid use for, even if it's not the intended use, but I just can't find anything that this stuff can do besides take up room.
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