Xantrin is a topical cream designed to help men last longer during sex by preventing premature ejaculation. It is applied directly before sexual activity and works almost immediately. Unlike some male enhancement supplements, Xantrin can be used in conjunction with Viagra. The site claims that the product is the first in the world to use “Neurotransmitter Signaling Delivery Technology.” This sounds impressive, but the term is never clearly explained on the site. Supposedly, Xantrin can also help support serotonin levels in the brain, a statement that is not supported. Studies proving the effectiveness of Xantrin’s ingredients are alluded to but not cited. There are numerous testimonials.
A 60-day money back guarantee is offered, but shipping and handling charges are not refunded. One tube is $39.95, and discounts are offered on multiple-tube orders.
Xantrin Product Details
Xantrin ingredients include butea superba, xanthoparmeila scabrosa, DMEA (dimethylaminoethanol), and L-Tyrosine. A good overview is provided for all ingredients. It appears, however, that only the first two are directly related to improved sexual function.
Good About Xantrin
- A list of ingredients is given
- Xantrin delivers almost immediate results
- There is a 60-day guarantee
- Xantrin can be used with Viagra
Bad About Xantrin
- Most ingredients do not seem to have a connection to male sexual performance
- There is no evidence provided that Xantrin can support serotonin levels in the brain
- There are no studies or clinical trials cited
- Xantrin is not designed to support penis size
Xantrin The Bottom Line
Xantrin is an easy to apply cream intended to help men last longer in the bedroom. While the descriptions of how Xantrin works sound convincing, the lack of supporting evidence makes them hard to believe.