Somalabs present their product Serogen in a very professional way, showcasing this and all their other brands on an attractive and user-friendly website. The company states thatSerogen , which is available in the original and extra strength formulas, is their most popular product and claims that it helps enhance the sexual performance by inducing the ‘ropes’ a Swedish term for intense, prolonged ejaculations.
Somalabs provide a good amount of information about Serogen including clinical studies that have been performed on the main active ingredient. All company contact information is given and the product can be ordered directly from the website in a secure process. Although it is stated that all Somalabs products can be returned for refund, no further details are provided.
Serogen Product Details
The full ingredient label is shown for Serogen, which combines Vitamins A and E with a proprietary blend called Cernate. This substance consists of flower pollen and is the main active substance responsible for the sexual enhancement benefits. The product is taken at a dose of 2 capsules per day, one in the morning and one in the evening. Results take between 7-14 days with the effects getting stronger over time.
Serogen costs $49.95 for a one month supply with discounts being given on larger orders. In addition to this, sample packs of all Somalabs products are offered at discounted prices.
Good About Serogen
- The Serogen website is user-friendly
- The full ingredient list is shown
- Clinical studies for the main ingredient are shown
- Serogen causes no unpleasant side effects
- Full contact information is provided
- Customer testimonials are shown
Bad About Serogen
- Serogen is expensive
- There is no FAQ section
- No money back guarantee details are provided
Serogen The Bottom Line
Serogen certainly seems to be one of the more reputable products available on the market and Somalabs provides plenty of information regarding all their brands. It would be good to see clinical studies performed on the complete Serogen formula as evidence surrounding the benefits of flower pollen is still relatively limited.