Dr.Love delay spray - desensitizing cream by Dr. Love Lubricants - review by El-Jaro

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Is Dr. Love's prolonging spray a natural prolonging solution that will help you last longer? Eh...sorta? I didn't stay numb that long and it was sticky afterward.
Natural and natural-ish ingredients
Be cautious when using internally and externally
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review
Dr. Love's prolonging spray is an interesting experience. It is definitely different from other numbing/prolonging products I've used or just played around with. What really stands out about this product is the natural clove extract. The list of ingredients doesn't list "clove" per se, just the scientific name for it. Clove is a natural numbing agent, used for oral pain relief for centuries.

Here are some notes from the list of ingredients to consider: Piroctone Olamine is also used as an anti-fungal and as a substitute ingredient in dandruff shampoo. Because of this compound, I don't suggest swallowing it. You can, but you'll probably get acid reflux from it.
Mentha Arvensis is a natural Mint. Eugenia Caryophyllus flower oil is the Clove in it. D-Limonene is one of the last ingredients on the list and a hydrocarbon. Don't spray Dr. Love near an open flame; you might want to keep your penis away from open flames too, if you needed to be told. The last ingredient is Eugenol. Eugenol is an essential oil derived from Clove. The first couple ingredients are glycerin, alcohol, and water.

If you're using this with a partner, make sure you use a condom with it so your partner doesn't get numb from it either. Spray on Dr. Love's prolonging spray, wait about 30 seconds, and then put the condom on. Keep in mind though, with the hydrocarbons in it you risk breaking the condom. Consider yourself warned.

Dr. Love’s prolonging spray comes in a little black pump-spray bottle. If you want to keep it on the down low, the label can be peeled off. Once you’ve done that, you have a little plastic bottle that no one will think twice about. When I received this product in the mail, there was really no packaging; it was just rolled up in a plastic baggy (like most/all the lubes, oils, and lotions I’ve received from Eden).
Since my partner is overseas, I had to try this out solo. My first thought was "How do I test out a prolonging spray? I'm by myself!" After briefly entertaining the thought of applying Dr. Love and whipping my penis into a wall, I decided to actually read the label and do some research (marginally less painful at times). After figuring out there was Clove in it, I sprayed some on a molar that's been giving me problems. Two sprays and my tooth pain was gone and my tongue was numbed! I had heartburn later (see above regarding ingredients).

Note: DO NOT SWALLOW. External use only (just like it says on the bottle).

You can't (shouldn't) use it internally and it'll break down a regular condom. I'm at a loss of the best way to use this then...except maybe a couple sprays and spit.

As for actual use, I wasn't really numb that long. Overall, I may have been desensitized for 5 minutes, maybe? After getting back to baseline, I realized just how sticky it can be (glycerin). After an interesting experience in the shower with temperatures, it washed off with soap and water. It wasn't nearly as bad as my Icy-Hot horror story!
Follow-up commentary
After an issue with the burning earlier, I've used this mostly for tooth aches. One issue I had with this was a scratchy throat from the clove oil or something in it.

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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Cbt
    • Sensory play
    • Temperature play
  • Body / part areas
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    What areas on the body can this product be used / what areas does it stimulate best?
    • Penis only
  • 00
    Thanks for the review. I see that I am not the ONLY one with an Ice-Hot horror story. Tee-hee-hee.
  • PassionQT
    I avoid these kind of products altogether, with the exception of Anal Ease every now and then, but even than causes problems.
  • ToyTimeTim
    Icy-hot thanks for the reminder (~sarcasm~)
    Very nice review.
  • oliverHyde
    awesome review! (I'd even add extra points for being brave enough to spray it on your tongue)

    I'd worry a bit about glycerin getting anywhere near girly bits (yeast infections = very very sad girly bits)
  • Carrie Ann
    You should totally have done the whole review "numb tongue" style. Totally.
  • Jul!a
    I agree with Carrie Ann, that would have been fantastic, lol
  • Blinker
    BAHAHHAHA! Awesomeness.
  • Sammi
  • Jenniae09
    Wow, definitely props to you for spraying your tongue as others said. Sounds almost semi-dangerous I don't know what I would use it for then.
  • Princess-Kayla ?
    Thanks for the review!
  • mh12
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