How To Apply China Brush

Learning how to apply China Brush is relatively easy. China Brush is also known as The Suifan's Kwang Tze Solution and has been used in Asian society for years. China Brush is made up of Korean ginseng, gallstone, clove, water, cinnamon, and Aloe Vera. These ingredients come together to help men with premature ejaculation. Premature Ejaculation is common among men. However, this common issue is causing problems in relationships. Often times, men feel compelled to do something about it. Suifan's Medicine Company has attempted to create a lotion that can solve the problems of premature ejaculation.

To apply China Brush, you will need:

  • Warm, wet rag
  • Towel
  • 1 bottle of China Brush
  • 30 minutes – 2 hours before sexual activities

Steps

  1. Make sure your penis is clean. China Brush will work best if the surface is clean and there isn't any kind of dirt to interfere with the process.
  2. Apply the lotion onto the cotton brush. Use the cotton brush and apply about a quarter size amount of the lotion onto it.
  3. Brush the lotion onto your penis. Using the brush, apply the lotion to your penis head. Only do a light amount under the penis head. Give yourself at least 30 minutes prior to sex to allow the lotion to take its toll.
  4. Store in a cool, dry place. Because of the lotion's natural elements, it is important to preserve China Brush in a  place where it won't be compromised with humidity and heat. It is recommended to be stored in a medicine cabinet.

 

 

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