Max Vitality Overview
Max Vitality is one of many male enhancement products on the market that promises to support the libido, support erections and help treat erectile dysfunction in men. The product has a very simple website which includes limited information about the brand and is also from where it can be ordered. There are some special discounts available such as a ‘buy 3 get 1 free’ offer, but no free samples. However, the customer does have 30-days to try the product and return it if they are not satisfied. It should be noted though, that the manufacturer states that the product should be taken for at least 90 days to see results. Contact details for the Max Vitality company consist of a phone number and e-mail, but no address.
Max Vitality Product Details
Max Vitality consists of a proprietary formula where the amounts of the individual ingredients are not stated because, according to the manufacturer, they are so potent. The blend does include several noteworthy male enhancement substances such as the circulation and blood flow supporting L-Arginine, Cayenne Pepper and Astragalus. Maca, Muira Puama and Catauba are used as aphrodisiacs and traditionally thought of as natural impotence treatments, while Tribulus helps support levels of the male hormone Testosterone. Other ingredients include Oyster Meat, Oat Straw and several types of Ginseng.
Two capsules of Max Vitality are required daily and the product supports in strength over time (i.e. having a cumulative effect).
Good About Max Vitality
- The key ingredients are listed and explained
- Max Vitality has a 30-day money back guarantee
- The formula contains L-Arginine
- It is available from reputable retailers
- The auto-shipping program is optional
- Customer testimonials are provided
Bad About Max Vitality
- No clinical test results are shown
- 30-days is not adequate time to judge the product
- Max Vitality is expensive
- No ingredient amounts are shown
Max Vitality The Bottom Line
It is always somewhat dubious when a company claims that their product is the most powerful on the market, but fails to back this up with clinical proof. This is the case with Max Vitality and even though it does contain good ingredients, it is impossible to know how potent the overall formula would actually be. At a cost of $49.99 per bottle, Max Vitality is too expensive when so little information is divulged.