Sexlets is a male enhancement product that is said to support stamina, the libido and moreover, result in a more powerful erection, and is sold in the form of a chewing gum. By being in a gum it is said that the natural ingredients in the formula will be absorbed faster than traditional oral capsules allowing the ingredients to start working more effectively. The Sexlets product is marketed on the official website which is very well designed but extremely limited in information about the brand. The various sections on the site concern the ordering process, the company newsletter, plus links to Sexlets media mentions.
When ordered from the site, Sexlets costs $49.99 for a one month supply (90 capsules) providing that the customer is enrolled in the auto ship program, which is automatic when they order the free trial of the gum. All contact information for the manufacturer, Future Lifestyles, is provided and there is a 30-day money back guarantee on all orders.
Sexlets Product Details
There are no ingredients listed for the product and no dosage information available. However, independent websites showcasing the brand state that the proprietary formula contains a blend of stimulating ingredients that are designed to support blood flow, resulting in a stronger and firmer erection. Included in the formula are HRTS, a substance used to elevate the mood and support energy, Orchic substance, a glandular extract that supports testosterone levels plus Vitamin E, Ginseng and Royal Jelly. It is also thought to contain Yohimbe bark, a controversial ingredient that may be dangerous for men suffering from heart conditions or high blood pressure.
Good About Sexlets
- The product is easy to take
- It is available in berry or peppermint flavors
- A free trial is available
- A 30 day money back guarantee is provided
- All manufacturer contact information is shown
Bad About Sexlets
- No ingredients are listed on the website
- No customer testimonials are shown
- Sexlets is expensive
- The customer is enrolled in an auto shipping program
- Sexlets may contain Yohimbe
- No clinical testing is shown
Sexlets The Bottom Line
The fact that Sexlets is a gum is more of a novelty than anything else and there is no evidence provided to show that it works as well as promised. The fact that it contains Ginseng and Royal Jelly may certainly support energy, but the lack of L-Arginine, a precursor to Nitric Oxide production, means that it will be unlikely to significantly support blood flow.