Figured I’d take a look to see what the current (7/2013) top rated and top selling male enhancers were around the internet. I’ve been doing reviews for several years now and over that time Amazon has become the biggest online marketplace for most every kind of product.
The nice thing about their site is that not only do they sell lots and lots of product, they also garner many product reviews – the good, the bad, and the downright ugly.More >
People who have received a “newspaper” ad for Extreme Fx Sublingual Spray are wondering about it and so am I.
I just received one of these “newspapers” too – mailed to me in an envelope no less. My review is below. December 2013.Does Extreme FX Sub Lingual Spray Work?
First off – I couldn’t find anything on the internet about this product – or even that the company “Divine Horizon’s”
There is a company More >
I gotta hand it to that Hollywood (adult film) starlet Bree Olsen. She’s busy again promoting a new male enhancement product: a transdermal skin patch called Mammoth Patches.
First it was Nitroxin. See my review and all the comments and testimonials (or lack thereof) Here. (plenty of negative comments at the end of the article from people who dealt with the company and the product)
I recently received a promo for these CordyCeps micro pills that are supposed to be good for enhancing the libido. Figured I’d dig into the male enhancement claims these guys make and see if anything adds up.Is Dr. Marc Normandie A Real Person?
Many of the promoters of these types of products use a “Dr.” to help make it seem like they are offering a legitimate product, but alas… there is no such person listed anywhere on the internet. And the Quantum Male Potency Foundation? The place does not More >
I’ve done many reviews of male enhancement products over the years and these reviews have mostly been about the “natural” products that are being promoted through the USPS – you know – the things you get in the mail.
Drug Companies Promote In Subtle and Not So Subtle Ways
There is plenty of competition for male enhancing drugs and products and lots of money to be made. We see this daily in all of the television advertisements for the “government approved drugs”, but these big companies also promote their products in other ways mostly unseen by the masses.
Got a solicitation iabout Sexxrevolution Pheromone Releaser the other day – this one from “Natasha” who is apparently from Kournikova Natural Resources.Sexxrevolution Pheromone Sex Releaser Review
I say apparently because there is nothing anywhere on the web about this girl, her product, the company selling the product all hiding behind a PO Box 1016 in New York.
And this guy “Michael Douglas”? Nothing about him either.
The company claims to offer a 60 day money back guarantee if you are not able to “score with beautiful women” when using the product – but tell me something… how are you going to get your More >
After looking over the literature I received from Performaxworks.com promoting their male enhancement product I decided to do a review and take a closer look at their claims.
The first thing I looked up was their “expert” Dr. Peter Worthington who they claim is the medical director at Natural Sciences, Inc. I couldn’t find anything on the internet to back up that claim. Lots of doctors by the name of Peter Worthington, but none connected to Natural Sciences. Interesting?Performax Ingredients
Here are some links to the three main things they talk about being in the pills – More >
I decided to take a look at this Max Pene nutritional supplement (er… male enhancement pill) after receiving some interesting stuff in the mail.MAX PENE REVIEW Is anything they claim true?
Unlike many of the product reviews I do I was able to find some info about this product – but not much – and nothing good.Who Are The Experts Behind This Product? Who is Professor Thomas Clark? Is he the director of the London Center for Sexual Health? More >
When I get these male enhancement promotions in the mail – Like the recent one from Barracuda Blue – I like to do a review and see if the product promotion claims hold any water.Product Promotion
The first thing I noticed when I looked at the envelope was that it had a message printed on it that said it contained sexually explicit material and that you needed to be at least 21 years old to open it.
I had not requested anything from this company – but from prior experience receiving literature of this type I knew exactly what was going to More >