While there are many oral capsules on the market designed to help men enhance their sexual performance, ViaRex is a topical cream that actually promises to lengthen the penis. The ViaRex website, produced by ViaRex Labs, is very unprofessional and full of spelling mistakes, with an over-exaggerated tone that gives a poor impression of the product. The manufacturer promises ‘spectacular results’, and claims the ‘miraculous’ cream has been scientifically approved, although there is no evidence of this.
ViaRex can be ordered from the site which has a secure shopping page and the product has a 30-day money back guarantee. The cream costs $39.90 per tube and there are special discounts given for larger orders.
ViaRex Product Details
The only reference to ViaRex’s ingredients is that it is a plant-based formula. Nothing else is listed for the cream, which requires daily massage into the penis. There is likely some form of lubricating substance in the cream and possibly an ingredient such as L-Arginine to help support blood flow. As the site explains, by supporting the blood flow to the penile chambers, not only will the user achieve better erections, but overtime will support the size of his penis. Consumers can expect to achieve optimal, permanent results within 5 weeks.
Good About ViaRex
- It is an alternative to oral capsules
- A money back guarantee is offered
- The product can be ordered securely
- No side effects have been reported
- Manufacturer contact information is provided
Bad About ViaRex
- The ingredients are unknown
- The ViaRex website is poorly produced’
- No clinical study results are shown
- No customer testimonials are listed
- The cream may cause allergic reactions in some users
ViaRex The Bottom Line
There is really nothing to recommend about this product and even though there is a money back guarantee, no-one would feel comfortable purchasing a product that is applied to the penis, when they are not told exactly what is in the formula.