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Review - Male Enhancement
Erexanol was the hands-down best product tested. Our volunteers reported harder, stronger erections almost instantly when using Erexanol as directed. This product worked for over 90% of those men who tried it. Erexanol seems to have a long-term effect on the quality and firmness of erections. We unhesitatingly recommend this product to any man who is seeking a better erection. Erexanol was awarded our must buy rating.
Maxoderm produced positive results for a significant number of our testers. The strong odor can be an issue for some men and their partners. Maxoderm is more expensive than the top-rated product. This product has a good formulation and received a tentative buy recommendation
VigRx Oil came as something of a disappointment to our testers. Overall, VigRx Oil produced a pleasant sensation, but seemed to have almost no effect whatsoever on the erection. This lack of results puzzled us at first, but finally we realized the VigRx Oil formulation must simply not be as potent as the top-rated product. VigRX Oil earned a do not buy rating.
We chose to test a different type of topical formulation - MaxiDerm, an erection enhancement patch. This is the first patch-type product we have evaluated. Unfortunately, MaxiDerm did not produce an appreciable level of results among most of our testers. Those who did experience erection enhancement told us that the active ingredients in MaxiDerm didn't begin to work for up to 45 minutes after application! For this reason, MaxiDerm earned a do not buy recommendation.

Maxoderm Erection Enhancer: Detailed Evaluation

Rated: 91 out of 100

Maxoderm is a topical erection enhancer produced by Barmensen Labs. Maxoderm is widely marketed online by a group of affiliate marketers known as Leading Edge Cash. Interestingly enough, the same marketers are responsible for VigRx Oil. In our opinion, Maxoderm is a better product.

The formula is primarily a water-based cream that contains botanicals, L-Arginine and vitamins. According to the details available on the Maxoderm website, despite the fact that Maxoderm is water-based, it should not be used in conjunction with condoms. Tests to determine Maxoderm's effects on condom strength have not been performed.

Maxoderm is one of the first erection enhancers to be widely advertised. Maxoderm ads can be found in just about every men's magazine, from Men's Health to Playboy. Maxoderm has created a forum for men to explore issues of erection quality. There are a multitude of drugs to treat erectile dysfunction, but, until recently, there as been very little for a man who needs no more than an improvement in erectile quality.

Our staff of experts have rated a number of products in this category and have listed their recommendations.

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Brand Price      
Erexanol $44.95


Must buy
Maxoderm $59.99


Tentative buy
VigRx Oil $49.95


Do not buy
MaxiDerm $59.95


Do not buy

Notes on Maxoderm

The Maxoderm formula produces a feeling of warmth similar to that produced by sore muscle liniments. This is most likely due to the levels of methyl nicotinate and methyl salicylate. The feeling of warmth may be a side effect of the active ingredients or it may be deliberate. In either event, the sensation of warmth may cause discomfort depending on the user's sensitivity.

There is a second concern regarding the Maxoderm formulation: the smell. Maxoderm has a very distinct peppermint smell -- again, the traditional smell of liniments. Some may be reminded of locker rooms and sports injuries rather than sexual intimacy, but again this reaction will vary from man to man.

Maxoderm did produce positive results, increasing the firmness and duration of erection. We noted that the Maxoderm formula (below) uses the same form of transdermal delivery as the top-rated product.

Overall, Maxoderm received a tentative buy recommendation.

Maxoderm: Active Ingredients

Maxoderm contains L-Arginine, the amino acid that acts as a precursor to the production of nitric oxide in the blood. Nitric oxide is a vasorelaxant, causing blood vessels to relax and boosting blood flow to affected areas of the body. L-arginine is an ingredient in many other performance enhancers.

Maxoderm includes white nettle extract. Nettle is a well-known irritant but also acts to dilate capillaries, which aids in the body's absorption of the active ingredients in the product.

Methyl nicotinate also figures prominently in the Maxoderm formula. Methyl nicotinate also helps active ingredients to pass through the skin and into the bloodstream. One side effect of this is a cool, tingling sensation, similar to menthol.

Maxoderm: Ingredients

Methyl Salicylate, L-Arginine, White Nettle Extract, Catauba Extract, Maca Extract, Saw Palmetto Extract, Zinc Oxide, Muira Puama, Panax Ginseng, Methyl Nicotinate, Deionized Water, Stearic Acid, Cetyl Alcohol, Soybean Oil, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sunflower Oil, Citric Acid, Aloe Barbedensis Extract, Green Tea Extract, Fragrance, Methyl Paraben, Rosemary Extract, Grapefruit Seed Extract, Propyl Paraben, Lecithin, Ascorbyl Palmitate (Vitamin C), Tocopherol Acetate (Vitamin E).