In this review, I’ll be taking a closer look at a desensitizing spray which has one of the best names ever – Super Dragon 6000.
As much as I like the name though, what really matters is whether or not it can help you with ejaculation control.
Over a 2 week period, I used it several times and recorded how long it helped me last during sex. I also looked out for other details like how fast acting it was and any side effects or problems that occurred.
Overall, I found that Super Dragon was effective – it increased my lasting time considerably on most occasions. It was also the quickest to start working that I’ve tried so far, starting to take effect in around 5 minutes.
I did have a couple of issues with it though, so it you’re considering giving it a go I recommend you carefully read what I have to say about the spray.
How it works
Super Dragon 6000 contains 2 main ingredients: lidocaine 10%, and vitamin E 1%. The lidocaine does the numbing, while the vitamin E is there to soften the skin, for reasons I’m not sure I really understand.
Lidocaine is one of 2 topical anesthetics commonly used in these kind of products. The interesting thing is that 10% is the highest concentration I’ve seen so far.
It comes in a 12 ml bottle which will give you a maximum of 100 sprays. And with the recommended dose being 2 sprays, that should last you 50 uses.
The manufacturer recommends spraying it once at least 5 minutes before sex. For the best effect they do though say you should wait 20 minutes and then spray once more, before waiting another 5.
So you then have the choice of either using it once and quickly getting on with it, or going with a longer 30 minutes process for the strongest numbing effect.
Is Super Dragon 6000 safe?
As far as I’m aware, the spray hasn’t been passed as safe by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), or any authority in Europe either.
That doesn’t necessarily mean it will harm you, just that no clinical trials have been conducted to pass it as safe yet.
Some men may have an allergic reaction to lidocaine, but usually this is no more severe than a rash or burning sensation. I recommend just using one spray on your first attempt and being ready to wash it off if you notice any side effects.
It’s also generally advised to stay clear of lidocaine products if having sex with a pregnant woman. And the manufacturers themselves recommend not using Super Dragon 6000 if engaging in oral sex.
And if you’re thinking of taking the capsule version, be aware that the FDA issued a statement in 2015 advising not to use them after they found traces of sildenafil, the active ingredient in Viagra.
- It’s a strong spray, so it’s good for men with a sensitive penis.
- It’s fast-acting – you can have sex 5 to 10 minutes after applying it.
- It’s effective. It helped me last at least 10 minutes longer on average.
- It’s affordable.
- The can is quite small, so you can hide it discreetly and use it in the bathroom without a partner knowing.
- The numbing strength is also a possible problem. I found in 2 sessions that it numbed the penis too much and I then had trouble maintaining an erection.
- It may produce a tingling sensation for a few minutes after you apply it.
- It isn’t yet approved by any authority.
- It’s advised not to use it if having oral sex due to the risk of transference to
- It’s not a cure – you’ll have to use it each time you have sex.
Super Dragon 6000 is in my experience one of the strongest delay sprays available, and it does seem to be effective. It’s also one of the fastest to take effect. But as with most temporary delay products, the strength could pose problems for some people.
I think the key with all delay products is to start slow and work your way up. You won’t know until you try it how many sprays you actually need, so start with one and see if that works.
If it numbs you too much or tingles, then don’t use any more sprays. But if it doesn’t have any side effects, you can try 2 sprays the next time if you feel you need more numbing.
Where to buy
It’s not as easy to find as it once was, appearing and disappearing regularly from online stores. I’ve also noticed recently sprays appearing with variations of the name, so I’m wondering if they’re slowly phasing it out.
I recommend checking with an online sex shop that delivers to your country to see if they have it in stock.
There are lots of different desensitizing sprays. Have a look at my recommended delay sprays to find out more.