The product Xtendrx is a U.S. made brand of male sexual enhancer that promises to help the user improve their performance in terms of supporting the erection, supporting vigour and stamina and improving their overall confidence. The site, which does not have a professional image and uses over-hyped language, claims that using Xtendrx will make the ‘girls worship’ the user and create ‘powerful sex’. Other details on the company site include a doctor’s endorsement and quotes about the product from various media outlets. There is no FAQ section and only one customer testimonial is shown.
The manufacturer of Xtendrx urges the consumer to order straight away for the best price, but fails to mention exactly how much the product costs. It is said to have a 100% money back guarantee but unfortunately no further details are shown.
Xtendrx Product Description
Only the key active ingredients are listed for Xtendrx and no dosage instructions are shown. The overall effect of Xtendrx is to relax the blood vessels by supporting the production of Nitric Acid. The amino acid L-Arginine is responsible for this support while the addition of Horny Goat Weed and Eleutherococcus Senticosus support the libido and sexual virility. Maca root helps improve the mood, Tribulus support testosterone and Gingko Biloba provides anti-oxidants. It is implied that Xtendrx supporting penis size but no proof of this is shown in terms of clinical study results.
Good About Xtendrx
- The key ingredients are listed
- Xtendrx improves several areas of sexual health
- The product has a 100% money back guarantee
Bad About Xtendrx
- The website is unprofessional
- The cost of Xtendrx is not known
- Company contact details are not known
- Not all ingredients are listed
- There is no FAQ section
Xtendrx The Bottom Line
Xtendrx does contain some ingredients commonly used in sexual health products of this kind, but there are too many negative features to be able to recommended it. Apart from the fact that the product has a shoddy image, the cost is not disclosed and there are no studies to show that it has any effect on improving sexual performance.