According to the product website, Enlargel’s ingredients are specially combined to provide a synergistic effect. Besides claiming to be the first male enhancement gel, Enlargel uses a two-fold approach anchored on two sets of active ingredients that perform two essential functions separately but simultaneously. We will discuss this approach as we take a peak at the ingredients. Enlargel is the first transdermal male enhancement product which comes in the form of a gel. A dime-sized portion of the gel is simply massaged manually into the penile shaft, preferably after a shower or hot bath to open up the pores for better absorption. Enlargel’s manufacturer claims that the product’s male enhancement ingredients are directly absorbed by the penis to stimulate penile enlargement.
Ingredients at a Glance
Enlargel’s manufacturer classifies the product’s male enhancement ingredients into two groups: androgen precursors and vasodilators. Androgen precursors are substances that help increase the production of testosterone while vasodilators enhance the flow of blood and cause blood vessels to expand, enabling them to hold more blood.
Enlargel’s androgen precursors include Damiana, Maca, and Nettle extract. The vasodilators include Gingko biloba, Horny goat weed, Muira puama, Niacin (vitamin B3), and Yohimbe. It also contains ingredients that have androgen precursor and vasodilator properties, specifically L-arginine, Saw palmetto, and Tribulus terrestris.
But while we are pleased that the Enlargel formula contains some of the most potent natural male enhancement ingredients, we have some doubts if these substances are best delivered using the product’s gel-based technology.
- Uses potent natural ingredients – Yohimbe, Horny goat weed, Tribulus
- Easy to use
- Discounts if you order Enlargel plus two male enhancement devices
- Expensive – $59.95 for a 2-ounce bottle which is only good for one-third of a full cycle
- Order page shows special offer first – Enlargel + male enhancement devices for $199 – rather than show the price of an Enlargel bottle
- No clear expectations of results
- No studies to prove effectiveness and safety
- No manufacturer information
- Only three testimonials (as of press time) on website
- Does not function as a lubricant
Men who don’t like taking male enhancement capsules will find Enlargel intriguing and might give it a try. We think the Enlargel formula is good enough – if it were inside a capsule. Male enhancement gels and other trandermal products are not backed up by studies that prove they are better than male enhancement supplements in delivering testosterone boosters and erection enhancers. We also find it suspicious when the manufacturer doesn’t clearly tell you the results you can expect and then try to sell you two male enhancement devices.