Maxoderm is a topical male enhancement product which comes in the form of a lotion. The manufacturer, Barmensen Labs, claims that Maxoderm’s targeted delivery system can produce results in under 60 seconds. The lotion is applied while masturbating and prior to engaging in sexual intercourse to increase blood flow and dilate the blood vessels in your penis to enhance your erections.
Maxoderm’s male enhancement formula has a U.S. patent and has been approved by the FDA. But does Maxoderm deliver on its promises or is your money gone in 60 seconds? Let’s find out.
Ingredients at a Glance
Maxoderm’s much hyped patented formula is fairly standard for a male enhancement supplement. It contains L-arginine, Catuaba, Nettle, Maca, Panax Ginseng, and Muira Puama. L-arginine (a semi-essential amino acid), Muira Puama, and Saw palmetto help increase blood flow to the penis. Maca and Nettle help boost testosterone levels while Catuaba and Ginseng are aphrodisiacs and libido enhancers.
The manufacturer says that methyl salicylate or wintergreen oil (which is also found in sports creams and other over-the-counter ointments) is one of Maxoderm’s main ingredients because it is responsible for the enhanced sensation. But while the warm feeling may enhance the pleasure of lovemaking, it does little to enhance your erections, which is what really matters.
- FDA approved and doctor recommended
- Clear usage instructions
- Provides testimonials
- Formulation doesn’t include Epimedium (Horny goat weed), Tribulus terrestris, or Yohimbe
- Expensive – $59.99 for one bottle
- No studies to back up claims
Results in under 60 seconds or money gone in 60 seconds? We’re leaning towards the latter. Many male enhancement products don’t live up to the hype and Maxoderm is no exception. This product has been around for years but the manufacturer has done little to improve its formula and justify its price tag. You’ll be better off using a high-quality male enhancement supplement which provides you with more proven ingredients for more satisfying results.
Week of: Thursday April 17, 2014