Sextagin is a supplement that promises to give men a longer and thicker penis in only a few weeks, while also improving the sex drive and stamina. It is manufactured in Asia by the Shanghai Hooding Trading Company and while there are many online retail sites that carry the brand, there does not appear to be an official product site. Due to this fact, very little information is known about the brand, which is available at varying prices depending on the retailer. The average cost of the product is approximately $31.00 per bottle of 60 capsules.
Most retailers will have their own returns policy but there is no money back guarantee offered from the manufacturer and no contact address or information is available either.
Sextagin Product Details
The contents of the Sextagin formula largely consist of natural ingredients that are used for their aphrodisiac benefits and ability to support the blood flow, supplying more blood to the penis during the erection. The theory behind this type of male enhancement product is that continuous lengthening of the penis will, overtime, result in a permanent support in length. No amounts are shown for the ingredients, but they are listed as Sarsaparilla, Pumpkin Seed, Muira Puama, Oat Straw, Cayenne Pepper, Tribulus, L-Arginine, Tongkat Ali, Ginseng, Maca and Licorice.
The dosage instructions are not provided but it is likely that it should be taken daily.
Good About Sextagin
- Ingredients are listed in full
- Sextagin is available at online retail sites
- The formula contains L-Arginine and Tribulus
- The formula is all-natural
Bad About Sextagin
- There is no official product site for the brand
- Product and manufacturer details are limited
- No dosage instructions are shown
- No scientific test results are published
Sextagin The Bottom Line
There is no real benefit for any man in purchasing this product, particularly when it costs more than comparable products and so little is known about it. It does contain ingredients that have proved successful in trials and consumer tests, but not knowing the amounts contained in the formula make it impossible to judge its potency.