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Delay sprays vs delay creams

Delay sprays vs delay creams

Somewhere along the line, for some men, the question over delay sprays and delay creams will crop up. But, which one should you choose and is there really a difference? Find out what we think…

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The debate

There are many things in life that that many of us debate over. Superman or Spiderman? Stairs or the lift? The squeezy mayo or mayo in a jar? The list goes on. But somewhere along the line, for some men, the question over delay sprays and delay creams will crop up. But, which one should you choose and is there really a difference?

Ejaculation delay spray

There are many brands available on the market today for delay sprays. Many of which contain some form of local anaesthetic to provide that saviour numbing effect that can help you go for longer. In short, the aim is to make you feel less stimulation, whichshould then lead to delaying the onset of ejaculation. Premature ejaculation affects thousands of men, yet in many cases it can be easily solved using such various delay sprays. One of the most common and effective products includes the STUD 100 delay spray for men.

Advantages

  • Keeps your hands clean
  • Convenient and discreet
  • Fast to apply
  • Helps to numb your penis
  • Promotes longer lasting and more satisfying sex

Disadvantages

  • You may have to wait a few minutes for it to take effect

Delay cream

For those of you who really like to be in control of application, how much you apply and where, then the delay cream could be more suited to you. Many men find applying cream more natural process than spraying something on it. It allows you to become more familiar with your penis, which is also another way to become more confident about using it.

Advantages

  • You have more control over application
  • Easy to cover your entire penis with
  • Convenient and discreet
  • Helps to numb your penis
  • Promotes longer lasting and more satisfying sex
  • Usually only needs to be applied shortly before intercourse

Disadvantages

  • You may have to wash it off your hands after use

To make your choice easier

Time

With both the delay cream and the spray, there will usually be a time period where you will have to wait for the product to work (this can be anything from a few minutes to around an hour). Some may see this as a mood killer, however think of all the potential foreplay this leaves room for? Landing you the perfect opportunity to not dive straight in like most men, but actually take things into your own hands. Chances are, your partner will be pleasantly surprised and impressed.

Mess

The key difference between the spray and the cream is the mess. With the spray it only takes a few pumps onto your penis then you’re done, it’s back in your drawer and you’re raring to go. With the cream, although it provides very similar effects, unless you want to avoid using your hands for the entire session, you will have to wash them after use. However, the smart ones among you may well just keep some handy wipes next to the bed…

Try, try, try!

Ultimately, if you’re serious about penis enhancement, it’s advised to use both and see which works for you. Each individual product and brand will also work in a different way within the cream and spray categories. So do your research beforehand to discover which one really works for you best. If one variety doesn’t seem to quite cut the mustard, there are still plenty of options available. So have fun and experiement. After all, that is surely what sex is all about?