As I log in to Facebook ads, I came across an ad featured “free trials” for male enhancement. Specifically, you pay a small shipping fee (about few dollars) in exchange for a free bottle of Vydox. Now, I am not such a big fan of this product (I wrote about Vaso Ultra here: reviews and side effects revealed). What’s more, I always ask readers to stay away from ANY free trials that required them to enter credit card information. Simply put, if it’s really free, you don’t need to give away your private information!
More often than not, when you participate in “free trials offfer”, you are automatically enrolled in auto-ship program. There may be small print somewhere about this, but the merchants make it so tiny it’s hard to notice. As a result, you will be billed continuously for products and services you did not agree to purchase! What’s more, it’s very hard to cancel the order and get your money back!
Some of the well-known free trials scam are:
acai berry weight loss product;
“free” credit reports;
Dazzel white teeth whiteners
Please note that I am not saying that the guys behind Vaso Ultra offers are con artists, though I ask you to exercise caution. Before you take the bait, ask yourself- do I really need this product? Have I discussed with my doctor? I think the answer is pretty clear!
Further reading: http://www.sizehq.com/vaso-ultra-reviews-is-vaso-ultra-a-scam
Many men think they do not measure up, and spammers are very well aware of this. This is why your email inbox is clogged with promotions for latest pills, supplements, creams and device aimed at enlarging your private department and enhancing libidos. I will give you a good example of what I found today: African Superman Pills (see also: African Superman Reviews and side effects). According to the claims, you can All you need to do is to invest in small mount of money (usually $60 per month), take the supplements as instructed, and voila! You will hung like a horse and make any woman extremely satisfied in bed.
But keep this in mind: if these products truly work as advertised, it would be on the cover of every magazine, be patented by a pharmaceutical company and we’d all be taking it. Now I want to get something straight: enlargement pills do not work. You will not find any clinical studies to support the claims. The only thing these products will make bigger is the bank account of spammers.
Think about it: do you think you really need to be bigger? Numerous studies tell us that size does not matter to women. With surgical method, you may be able to gain half an inch, but do you think woman can tell the difference?
Additional reading: http://www.africansupermanpills.net
Yesterday, an article on Phgh Rx Reviews and Side Effects spark few readers’ attention. They want to know more about dietary supplements regulation, so in today’s post I am going to reveal few facts about dietary supplements that a lot people are not aware.
#1). Almost all male enhancement pills are marketed as dietary supplements. Note that FDA do not review and approve dietary supplements on their safety and effectiveness. Dietary supplements are not required to undergo vigorious testing before marketing. After dietary supplements are available on the shelf, FDA evaluates their safety through researcn and adverse event monitoring.
Additionally, few companies will have you believe that their male enhancement products are manufactured in “FDA-approved” facilities. Don’t believe the hype, because FDA does not “approve” health care facilities, laboratories or manufacturers.
#2). For many dietary supplements, the label says “patent-pending” or “proprietary blend”. In other words, the exact amount of active ingredients are not revealed. Unfortunately, most products with proprietary blend contain very little of the active ingredients listed on the bottle. As consumers, you really have no idea if the amount of active ingredients are within safety level.
#3). No pills in this world can change your size permanently. The so called “penis enlargement pills” are usually low quality worthless supplements!
For more information: http://www.sizehq.com/phgh-rx-reviews-side-effects
The other day a reader asked me about a new male enhancement product called Vydox the orange pills (you can read from this article here: Vydox reviews and side effects). I’ve lost count how many times I received emails from insecure reader on the latest penis enlargement option. The thing is, many men foolishly think size is a big deal. They think they need a big package to satisfy their partner in bed but they do not measure up. This couldn’t be further from the truth! Let me explain..
According to a study conducted by of Men’s Health over 3200 women, about 93% of women said they don’t think size is critical to sexual pleasure. On another survey conducted on 50,000 heterosexual men and women, 85% of women said they are satisfied with the size of their partner’s penis size.
In short, insecurity about penis size is imagined. You certainly don’t need porn-star worthy package to satisfy your partner on bed because believe it or not, a big package can result in painful sex! With the right technique, you have the ability to give her more pleasure than a well-endowed guy. Yes, that’s mean you must spend sensible amount of time to stimulate her erogenous zones.
Admit it: you wish you were bigger. In fact I think there isn’t a guy in the world who is really happy with his size. Why? It’s not just because I am a man. It’s clearly evidenced by the overwhelming amount of ads for penis enlargement formulas everywhere. You’ve seen them on late night TV infomercials, radio, internet and magazines. The thing is: almost none of it work. There’s simply no true science behind these products.
Here’s rundown of two popular options:
1). Pills and supplements: there’s no such thing as penis enlargement pill (or supplement, for that matter). These products are usually a mixture of various herbal aphrodisiacs. These ingredients may help to enhance your erection, but they CAN NOT alter your size permanently.
Warning: FDA has identified an emerging trend where over-the-counter products, frequently represented as dietary supplements, contain hidden active ingredients that could be harmful. ( Read here for more information from FDA website)
2). Pump: a penis pump is a cylinder that is fitted over the penis. When you stick your penis in it, the pump creates partial vacuum environment to boost erection. It must be used with extreme caution to avoid serious injury.
3). Phalloplasty: this surgical method may increase the penis girth. It’s not recommended for healthy men with average size. (read more about Phalloplasty here)
Think about it: you
Lastly, if you are still not happy with your size, get some advice from your doctor before you shell out your credit card to purchase dubious snake oils.