With millions of men all over the world sick and tired of being called “Minutemen” when it comes time to get down to business in the bedroom (your average guy really only lasts a little more than 5 ½ minutes from start to finish) it should come as no surprise to anyone that we are willing to try anything and everything to bump up our sexual endurance.
Unfortunately, though, some men are taking things to the extreme and looking for help in the bedroom in the dental health aisle of grocery and department stores.
Yes, you’re reading that correctly.
Some guys have taken to buying Orajel (a popular oral pain reliever that numbs your gums and works to fight back against toothaches and other issues) and rubbing it all over themselves down there, hoping that this approach is going to numb things up enough that they’ll be able to last at least a handful of minutes longer.
Unsurprisingly most of these men find out pretty quickly that they have made a horrific mistake.
The last thing you want to do is slather a dental pain reliever all over your private parts, especially if you’re then hoping to put that inside of somebody else with all of that Orajel still on their and still active.
Below we dig a little bit deeper into why you don’t want to put Orajel on your member anytime soon but also highlight how you can get real relief – and real endurance boosting benefits – with specialty made delay spray products like VigRX.
Let’s dig right in!
The Active Ingredient in Orajel Will Not Work the Way You Hope It Will
Before we get into the ins and outs of specifically why Orajel isn’t going to work the way you hope it will when it comes to numbing things up before you have sex it’s important to touch on why so many men think it’s going to work – and why they aren’t really all that far off base.
The whole idea behind using Orajel in the first place is to numb things up down there, after all.
Most men see Orajel as a topical solution designed to numb the nerves in your mouth and immediately leapt to the idea that Orajel would do the exact same thing to the nerves on their penis, even if that kind of connection isn’t something you’d find in any medical or dental textbook.
Adding to the confusion is the fact that so many of the popular (and effective) “delay sprays” on the market today – like VigRX – take advantage of topical numbing solutions to deliver their payload of benefits.
The leap isn’t that hard to make (even if when you sit down and think about things it is a little bit crazy).
The reason Orajel doesn’t work the same way that something like VigRX works (or any delay spray that uses a topical numbing agent like lidocaine, for example) is because the active ingredient in Orajel is not designed in any way whatsoever to be used on your skin.
No, the active ingredient in Orajel – 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate (that’s a mouthful) – was engineered and designed from top to bottom to block very specific nerves in your mouth, specifically pain nerves called dentinal tubules, that are only going to be present in your mouth and your gums.
But wait, there’s even worse news for anyone that decides to slather Orajel all over themselves before they slip into bed with an eager and excited partner.
New research coming out of the United Kingdom says that VigRX may actually be able to produce apoptoptic cellular death in human skin cells – quite literally killing your skin cells – and wreaking havoc on your short and long-term health along the way.
Now I don’t know about you, but the last thing I want to do is start voicing myself from the outside in by rubbing dental pain relievers all over my most sensitive parts while crossing my fingers and hoping for the best.
On top of that, I certainly don’t want to than stuff all of that Orajel inside someone else and expose them to the exact same kinds of risks just because I was hoping to squeeze out a couple of extra minutes of performance to hit a new personal record.
Does This Mean All Delay Sprays and Wipes Are Phony?
Nothing could be further from the truth.
Like we touched on a little bit earlier, the reason that Orajel is a horrific solution for trying to resolve a performance issue is because the active ingredient was never intended or designed to be used outside of your mouth.
It does a wonderful job at blocking pain and physical sensation when used correctly, but when you start to use it outside of its intended parameters things can go sideways pretty quickly.
Popular delay sprays and delay wipes, on the other hand – products like VigRX, for example – use completely different active ingredients to produce wildly effective results that are consistent, safe, and reliable.
VigRX products, for example, takes advantage of a proprietary formulation that includes two primary ingredients specifically selected to provide legitimate sensation blocking results without ever fooling around with chemical cocktails cooked up in pharmaceutical laboratories (like the ones in Orajel) that could cripple your short or long-term health with their side effects.
Instead you’re looking at ingredients in VigRX sprays and wipes like Zanthoxylum Oil (a 100% all-natural extract pulled from plants grown in tropical regions around the world) and Peony Extract from these flowers that are both powerful and all-natural numbing agents that give you almost instant endurance without the potential doomsday scenarios of Orajel or even products that use lidocaine.
You are much better off taking advantage of something like that, something with an herbal and all-natural ingredients backbone, that’s been conclusively proven to work than using something that’s not only proven to be ineffective but that’s also proven to be wildly dangerous if you are unlucky.
There isn’t a man on the planet that wouldn’t love to last a little bit longer than he does right now, and the research suggests that there’s a lot of ladies out there that would like to at least double (if not triple) the time they spend getting down to business with their partners, too.
It’s not fun to think of yourself as a sprinter rather than a marathon runner when it comes to something as serious as sex and it’s easy to understand why so many people would be willing to try something as crazy as using Orajel to give them a bit of a performance bump.
At the same time, the side effects from using something like Orajel that wasn’t ever intended to be used that way are never worth the risk. Combine that with the fact that the active ingredients simply are flat out not going to work the way you hoped they will to begin with and passing on Orajel as a “delay cream” is always the right move.
If you’re serious about stretching out the time you spend in the sack look at something like the VigRX wipes and the VigRX spray. These products are very much the real deal and I definitely going to help you out in a way that Orajel never could.