The cost of a spray that aims to help men who suffer from premature ejaculation has been slashed to a fifth of the price.
The manufacturers of Fortacin have reduced the price tag from £99.99 to £19.99 – just in time for an anticipated sales boom at Christmas.
The product was created by Professor Mike Wyllie, one of the team of scientists who developed Viagra in the 1990s, who claims it could help men last up to 10 times longer in the bedroom.
The exclusive seller of the spray in the UK – Doctor-4-u.co.uk and Chemist-4-u.com which are the same company – began stocking it in March, and reports that since then sales have risen month-on-month.
A quick spritz kicks in after five minutes – faster than pills which can take up to an hour, and continued use is designed to improve sex over time.
In trials, men who used Fortacin ahead of sex lasted on average five times longer following three months of use.