Elite Climax Control Spray
Premature ejaculation (PE) is the most common sexual problem men face—approximately 30% of the global population deal with PE, according to the International Journal of Impotence Research. This type of sexual dysfunction is characterized by ejaculating shortly after sexual activity begins; a man with PE may ejaculate unintentionally during foreplay or just a few seconds or minutes after penetration.
It is normal for men to experience PE occasionally, but it can be very frustrating and stressful to deal with when it occurs regularly. Many find that it takes a major toll on their sex life. Luckily, there are solutions for treating PE.
One way to treat PE is climax control spray. Also known as numbing spray or delay spray, climax control spray is an over-the-counter, lidocaine-based topical spray for men that helps delay ejaculation. After you spray it onto the penis, it works by desensitizing the penis in order to help prolong sexual activity and temporarily slow the start of ejaculation.
Elite Health’s Climax Control Spray is designed to help you be the man who always performs. Our delay spray for men is 50% lidocaine and 50% prilocaine. Men who have used our product have seen a 50% increase in partner orgasms—you do not have to worry about the product transferring to your partner and delaying her orgasm.
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Climax Control Lidocaine Spray
Lidocaine is a topical local anesthetic that numbs the skin and surrounding tissues where applied. It is a drug most often used to prevent pain during certain medical procedures, and it is also used to treat minor scrapes, burns, and insect bites. Lidocaine is applied locally as a topical spray or cream or can be injected into certain parts of the body.
If you have run into lidocaine anywhere, it has most likely been during a dental or oral medical procedure. It is a common anesthetic applied to your gums or other parts of the mouth to cause loss of feeling and prevent pain during oral or dental procedures. The use of lidocaine in the mouth can also help prevent gag reflex while a dentist or doctor works on your mouth.
More recently, males have started using lidocaine in spray form in order to help treat PE. Current research shows that lidocaine spray works very well as treatment for PE. Lidocaine topical spray is able to temporarily desensitize the penis so the male is able to hold off from ejaculation until the desired time during sexual activity.
What Is Lidocaine/Prilocaine Spray?
Lidocaine and prilocaine are both topical local anesthetics that are often used in combination to numb the skin and prevent pain during certain medical procedures or injections. This drug combination is absorbed through the skin and temporarily deadens nerve endings, which causes loss of feeling where it is applied.
Lidocaine and prilocaine can be applied topically in cream or spray form. They are used on unbroken skin or on the outer genital area, such as the penis. In spray form, lidocaine/prilocaine is often used, just like straight lidocaine spray, to help treat PE.
Because PE causes the male to ejaculate unintentionally either during foreplay or only a few seconds or minutes after penetration, it can be problematic for one’s sex life. But lidocaine/prilocaine spray can help. When applied before sexual activity, the numbing spray is able to temporarily desensitize the penis so that the male can ejaculate at climax, not before. This helps prolong sexual activity and allows more time for the partner to orgasm as well.
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What Is Lidocaine Spray Used For?
As stated above, lidocaine spray may be used by medical professionals to numb areas of the skin or mouth before a medical procedure or injection. It may also be used to relieve pain or itching caused by scrapes, minor burns or cuts, insect bites or stings, poison ivy, or poison oak. Some use lidocaine spray to relieve muscle, joint, or back pain.
Again, as stated earlier, lidocaine spray has shown to be very effective against PE. It is applied to the penis before sexual activity in order to temporarily desensitize it. This prevents the male from ejaculating during foreplay or too soon after beginning penetration.
How to Use Climax Control Spray
For the treatment of PE, you should apply your lidocaine/prilocaine climax control spray to the most sensitive parts of the penis—the tip, the underside of the head, and the shaft—15 minutes before sexual activity. Fifteen minutes will allow enough time for the numbing spray to be fully absorbed and start working by the time you begin foreplay or sexual activity. One or 2 sprays will do the trick.
Exact dosages may vary a little from person to person; you may need an extra spray or 2 to reach your desired level of desensitivity. Also, the exact amount of time it will take before you feel the full numbing effects of the climax control spray will vary. You want to wait until that happens before you begin foreplay or sexual activity to ensure you do not prematurely ejaculate.
One recommendation for using climax control spray is to rub it in a circular pattern until the spray is absorbed into the skin after you have sprayed it onto your penis. But do not forget to wash your hands or wipe them off thoroughly afterwards—otherwise, the lidocaine/prilocaine will numb your hands as well.
Lidocaine 2.5 and Prilocaine 2.5 Spray Uses
Lidocaine 2.5% and prilocaine 2.5% spray has many different uses. As stated above, lidocaine and prilocaine are two topical local anesthetics that are absorbed through the skin. Their main purpose is to prevent you from feeling pain; as such, lidocaine 2.5 and prilocaine 2.5 spray can be used on normal, unbroken skin or on the outer genital area.
Lidocaine 2.5 and prilocaine 2.5 spray is used before certain injections, skin grafts, or laser surgeries. And, as you now know, it is also very effective as a treatment for PE, as it temporarily deadens the nerves of the penis to help the male climax at the desired time.
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Where Do You Apply Climax Control Spray?
As stated above, climax spray is to be applied topically to the penis prior to engaging in sexual activity. The penis has over 6,000 nerve endings, making it one of the most sensitive parts of the body and the place you want to target if you want to combat PE.
More specifically, you want to apply the numbing spray onto the tip, the underside of the head, and the shaft of the penis because they are the most sensitive areas. This will ensure maximum effects of the climax control spray.
If you choose, you can rub the spray in a circular pattern until it is absorbed into the skin after you have sprayed it onto your penis. However, if you do that, you want to make sure you wash your hands or wipe them off thoroughly afterwards; otherwise, the lidocaine/prilocaine will numb your hands as well.
By deadening the nerves in your penis for a short duration at the beginning of sexual activity, you can help your body climax at the right time.
How Long Does Lidocaine Spray Take to Wear Off?
The amount of time your penis will stay desensitized depends on how much of the lidocaine topical spray you apply. Some have experienced the effects of the lidocaine for up to a few hours after applying it, while some begin to regain sensitivity after only 5 minutes.
However, if you apply the 1–2 spray dosage that Elite Health recommends, you will notice the numbing effects of the climax control spray for up to 1 hour after you apply it. Again, the exact amount of time it will last depends on how much of the delay spray you end up using.
One common concern is that lidocaine topical spray will prevent you from fully enjoying sex. But you need not worry because when you stick with the 1–2 spray dosage recommendation, the numbing spray is able to reduce your sensitivity without causing you to lose all feeling—you will only feel slightly less than usual. So you can rest assured that you can still have a pleasurable experience with your partner while using climax control spray.
Elite Climax Control Spray FAQ
Does lidocaine come in a spray?
Yes, lidocaine comes in spray form, although you can also find it in cream form. The spray form of lidocaine allows for easy application to the penis to help treat PE.
What is the difference between lidocaine and prilocaine spray and cream?
Both the spray and cream forms of lidocaine/prilocaine are effective at treating PE, and they work the same way—by absorbing through the skin. The biggest differences between lidocaine/prilocaine spray and cream is that the spray tends to be faster-acting, cleaner, and easier to use than the cream.
Lidocaine/prilocaine cream should be used 20–45 minutes before sexual activity; it works best when used 30 minutes prior to sexual activity. On the other hand, lidocaine/prilocaine spray can be applied just 10–15 minutes before sexual activity.
Another disadvantage of lidocaine/prilocaine cream is that it is messier than the spray form. It is especially important to wash your hands well after applying lidocaine/prilocaine cream so your hands do not lose feeling and so you do not accidently get the anesthetic anywhere else. It is also important to wash any excess cream away after about 30 minutes to ensure that none of the anesthetic affects your partner.
With lidocaine/prilocaine spray, you do not have to worry as much about the concerns of spreading the anesthetic in places other than where you apply it on your penis.
Does lidocaine climax control spray have side effects?
Lidocaine is one of the safest and most extensively researched drugs out there. If you use lidocaine spray at the normal dosage of 1–2 sprays, there should be few, if any, side effects. You may experience more side effects if you apply the spray in excess or if you are allergic to lidocaine/prilocaine. If you find you have an allergic reaction to the spray, you should wash it off and stop using it immediately.
Possible mild side effects include the following symptoms:
- Skin redness
- Skin irritation or a burning sensation
- Change in temperature sensations
Is prilocaine the same as lidocaine?
Prilocaine and lidocaine are two separate topical anesthetics, but they work very similarly. Both drugs temporarily deaden nerves in the skin where they are applied. Even though they are two different drugs, they are used in combination in many different sprays and creams. As such, Elite Health’s climax control spray contains both prilocaine and lidocaine so you can experience the best results to treat your PE.
Does numbing spray make you last longer?
Yes, numbing spray makes you last longer. According to some studies, delay spray more than doubles the time men with PE are able to last during sexual activity.
Penis Numbing Spray
“Penis numbing spray” refers to a topical spray or cream that is applied to the penis to temporarily reduce sensitivity and potentially delay ejaculation. These products typically contain ingredients that have a local anesthetic effect, such as lidocaine or benzocaine, which can help numb the skin and decrease sensation.
It’s important to note that while penis numbing sprays may be marketed as a solution for premature ejaculation or enhanced sexual performance, their use comes with potential risks and considerations:
- Reduced Sensation: Numbing sprays can indeed decrease sensitivity, but this could lead to reduced pleasure for both partners during sexual activity.
- Allergic Reactions: Some individuals may be allergic to the ingredients in these products, leading to skin irritation, itching, or redness.
- Transfer to Partner: If not used carefully, the numbing effect may transfer to the partner, leading to discomfort or loss of sensation.
- Safety and Consent: Using such products without your partner’s knowledge or consent can impact communication and consent during sexual activity.
- Delayed Diagnosis: If numbing products mask pain or discomfort during intercourse, underlying medical issues might go unnoticed.
- Long-Term Use Concerns: Frequent use of numbing sprays can potentially lead to desensitization over time, making sexual experiences less satisfying.
- Interaction with Condoms: Using numbing products along with condoms might reduce their effectiveness, as it could impact the sensation necessary for proper condom use.
If you’re considering using a penis numbing spray, it’s recommended to:
- Consult a Healthcare Professional: Talk to a doctor before using any numbing products to ensure they are safe for you and won’t interact with any other medications you may be taking.
- Read Instructions: Follow the instructions on the product’s packaging carefully to avoid overuse or misuse.
- Communicate with Your Partner: Always discuss the use of any products that could affect your sexual experience with your partner to ensure both parties are comfortable.
Remember that sexual health and satisfaction involve open communication, consent, and a holistic approach that considers both partners’ well-being and comfort.