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What if I told there was a way to easily beat premature ejaculation? Would you buy it? Like me, you would probably be sceptical at first. And you should be. There are a lot of “remedies” out there that claim to be able to do this and that.

But the truth is that delay cream is a legitimate treatment for premature ejaculation. It has the ability to extend your sex sessions by enough time to let you actually enjoy them without worrying that you’re going to cum too soon.

How did I get to this conclusion? Well, I tested it. I used Boners Delay Cream to see if it can actually delay my orgasm.

Now, I must admit, I don’t have premature ejaculation. However, most times I cum faster than I would have wanted to. I think this is a problem that most men have. So, I was more than happy to give delay cream from the sexual wellbeing for men section a go.

A product to delay your orgasm: 

The Unboxing Of The Boners Delay Cream

Boners Orgasm Delay Cream comes in a 100ml tube. It’s professional to the extent that you could keep it on your bathroom sink and people may just think it’s an expensive face wash. The cream itself is clear white and feels just like normal lotion. I applied some to my arm and after a few seconds of rubbing it absorbed easily.

The smell of the cream is also very pleasant. The aloe definitely comes through as does the Ginkgo Biloba leaf extract. It left my skin feeling moisturized and smelling great. This gave me the confidence to put it on my dick. After all, I wasn’t going to smear my long john in something that smelt awful.

The Experience Of The Boners Delay Cream

This was when things started to get a little technical. I applied about a coin-sized amount to the head of my penis and massaged it in until it was absorbed. After about 10 minutes I started to feel the cream’s numbing effect. This was combined with a slight tingling sensation.

I waited another 5 minutes and then took a shower. I read that this is a good way to stop your partner from being desensitized also.

After a quick shower my partner, Kathy, was already waiting on the bed for me, bored. I suppose that’s one of the drawbacks of using delay cream – it takes away the spontaneous element of sex.

We started off with a blowjob, which didn’t feel much more desensitized. It was only when we started having sex that I could feel that my penis was not as sensitive. Usually, I would have to be careful with how hard I thrust, otherwise, I may just go “over the edge” and cum. Now, however, I could pound away confidently without feeling like I was “too close”.

I still had to exercise caution here and there to make sure I didn’t cum too soon, but it was definitely easier than without the cream.

Overall, I lasted about 10 minutes more than I usually would. That’s not a milestone and probably insignificant to most people. But it can mean the world of difference to guys who may not even last 1 minute.

I had never really considered delay cream before but experiencing the control I had made me realise why these creams are so popular. It’s definitely something I would use again if I wanted a longer session of sex.

What I enjoyed:

  • The cream smelt good and was easy to apply.
  • It didn’t take too long for the cream to start numbing my penis.
  • I could control when I orgasmed a lot easier after applying the cream.


What I didn’t enjoy:

  • Applying the cream, then washing it off takes time and patience, which can be difficult when you want to have sex.



Boners Delay Cream won’t permanently solve any premature ejaculation issues you have. It also won’t turn you into a stallion – you will still have to be conscious of your thrusts and take your time. It will, however, make your penis less sensitive and allow you to worry less about cumming too soon.

This can also give you that little bit of confidence you need in bed. The only downside is that you will have to apply the cream beforehand and wait a little, which is fine if your partner is understanding.

*Ted Vincent is an experienced writer who, together with his partner Kathy, uncovers sex-positive topics to help educate and inform readers across SA and the world. His insights are garnered from almost a decade researching and writing about Cape Town’s vibrant sex life.

Posted in: Sexual Wellbeing