Warning: Male Enhancement Supplement Red Flags
How to avoid getting scammed
Don’t you just hate it when you discover that you’ve been scammed? When dealing with male enhancement supplements, it’s almost inevitable that you’d get scammed at least once – but don’t feel stupid. With some fancy marketing and the right endorser, anyone can be fooled into buying a dud.
Based on our experience with male enhancement supplements, we have found out that rip-offs have some things in common. In this article, we’ll discuss how to spot which male enhancement supplement products would work, and which ones are just plain rip-offs.
Red flag #1: Penis enlargement pill without a vasodilator
Penis enlargement is the holy grail of male enhancement supplements. It doesn’t surprise us at all that only about 1 out of 20 penis enlargement supplements can make a difference in the length and girth of your penis. Many of the products that claim penis enlargement benefits only contain mild aphrodisiacs. As you well know, getting you in the mood doesn’t make your erections bigger.
The only guaranteed method for increasing penis size is through the use of vasodilators, or supplement ingredients that dilate the blood vessels. Your erection is primarily caused by sexual excitement, but the size of your erection is defined by the blood flow to your penis. With a potent vasodilator, you can improve the amount of blood that flows through your corpus cavernosa, which makes your penis increase in length and girth. If a supplement claims that it can increase penis size without ingredients like L-Arginine, L-Citrulline, or Yohimbe, it’s likely to be a dud.
Red flag #2: Money back guarantee
Many people fall into the scams of money back guarantees. More often than not, money back guarantees are ways of supplement manufacturers to lure buyers into the thought of a risk-free purchase without checking the credentials of the product. We’ve seen time and time again that people who fall into this trap are forced to go through the web of corporate policies involving the bank and the manufacturer just to get their money back. We’ve seen manufacturers who have inserted a sneaky fine print in their terms and conditions which would make refunds such a chore and customers would rather let the refund go because it’s just not worth their time.
Red flag #3: Unclear supplement profile
It’s common for supplement companies to hide the exact ingredient content in a proprietary blend to protect their formula. However, some supplements only publish their proprietary blend without disclosing the exact ingredients in the formula. You can tell if a product is effective based on the confidence that the manufacturer puts in the supplement profile. If there’s not enough in the supplement profile to make an informed decision, then it’s likely a dud.
Red flag #4: Forced stacking
Many products nowadays market their products in “supplement systems”. We’ve seen male enhancement products that come in pairs of pill plus patch, or pill plus cream, and the manufacturers claim that this supplement system makes it more effective. Based on our experience, these supplement systems are nothing more than just a way for the manufacturers to boost their profit on supplements. We’ve encountered creams that are nothing more than just moisturizing lotions, patches that contain nothing more than just menthol, and gels with nothing more than just fragrance. Again, in this instance, confidence shows. If a product stack works, you would likely see it sold separately, just like Formula 41 Extreme and Libido Booster Extreme. Both are one of the best male enhancement supplements around, but stacking it takes its benefits to a whole new level.
Don’t let yourself be fooled again by supplement manufacturers. Before making a purchase, make sure that you have done enough research about the product, including its ingredients. The internet is rich with information about the ingredients in supplements for you to be able to make an informed decision. User reviews are just as important. There’s nothing like hands-on experience with a product to tell if it’s legit or not.