Erection quality declines with age, with stress, and with a variety of other ailments. Fortunately, there is a large number of erection enhancers currently on the market that address this shortcoming. These products are not intended to treat erectile dysfunction - but instead, to increase the quality of your erection, to make it harder and stronger.
Our staff is extremely interested in this type of sexual enhancement product. There are relatively few topical erection enhancers on the market (most people still seem to think that popping a pill is a better solution). This made it easy to test the products to see which provided maximum erection help. The products evaluated were Erexanol, Maxoderm, VigRx Oil and MaxiDerm patches.
Our trial study lasted three months and involved volunteers all over the country. We learned many interesting things about erection enhancement products.
Our staff of experts have rated a number of products in this category and have listed their recommendations.
Erexanol is an oil-based topical erection enhancer. It is both the least expensive of all the products tested ($39.95 for a 1-month supply) and the most effective.
Our testers reported a noticeable increase in the firmness of their erections. Note that, in order to be "noticeable," the tester must be able to differentiate between the level of results when using Erexanol and when not using it.
Our testers reported not only harder erections, but also increased ejaculatory control. That is, they were able to last longer during sex. It is possible that this is a psychological effect, based on the knowledge of a harder erection, rather than a physiological effect. Regardless of the source, our testers were able to have longer-lasting sex.
Additionally, application of Erexanol was a pleasurable experience for our volunteers. One said, "It makes sex a lot more fun. My girlfriend helps me rub Erexanol on during foreplay, and then I'm ready to go." Several of our testers expressed their intention to continue using Erexanol once the test was completed.
Based on the uniformly glowing reports we received, Erexanol was rated as a must buy product, our top recommendation. Erexanol is an exceptional value.
Maxoderm is a very popular topical erection enhancer. It is widely advertised in men's magazines, on radio and television. Due to its high-profile nature, we decided Maxoderm was definitely a product that should be included in any study of erection enhancement.
Maxoderm produced results for our testers. Erections were harder and longer-lasting. Men were able to delay their ejaculation somewhat.
There were a couple of significant concerns with this product. The first, and most distracting, aspect to Maxoderm is that it smells like liniment. This scent is distinct and noticeable. The heat and burning sensation associated with Maxoderm may be too much for some men.
Based on these testimonials, as well as Maxoderm's $59.99 per month price tag, this product received a tentative buy recommendation.
VigRx Oil is another topical erection enhancer, similar to Erexanol. The two products share a similar appearance, as well. Unfortunately, VigRx Oil did not perform nearly as well as the top-rated product.
Our testers found applying VigRx Oil to be a pleasant experience. The product produced a pleasing sensation. Beyond that, however, there seemed to be little or no improvement in the firmness or quality of the erection.
Our analysis of VigRx Oil concluded that, although the product does contain active ingredients that should increase erectile quality, the formula lacks a transdermal delivery system. The active ingredients will mostly not be able to penetrate the skin.
This shortcoming, along with the $49.99 price tag, was sufficient to earn VigRx Oil a do not buy recommendation.
MaxiDerm is a topical patch system that promises to deliver harder, better erections. The patch phenomenon has been very apparent in the self-improvement category recently. We decided that a dermal patch product should be among the solutions we tested.
The MaxiDerm patch was easy to apply. Beyond that, our testers had very little praise for the MaxiDerm system. A significant number (63%) reported no change whatsoever in the quality or firmness of erection.
Other testers told us that they did experience an erection boost, but some 45 minutes after the patch was applied. It is possible that the dermal delivery system is faulty, and dumps the entire 72-hour supply of active ingredients into the bloodstream all at once.
Regardless of the reasons for its shortcomings, and the $59.95 per month price tag, MaxiDerm received a do not buy recommendation.