VigRX Oil - Review of Vig Rx Oil Erection Enhancement

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.

VigRx Oil Erection Enhancer: Detailed Evaluation

Rated: 87 out of 100

VigRx Oil is a water-based topical erection enhancer. Unlike Maxoderm, VigRx Oil is not a cream - but rather has a very thin consistency. VigRx Oil is promoted online by an aggressive affiliate marketing team known as Leading Edge Cash.

The formula contains a blend of botanicals along with L-Arginine, but, strangely, lacks a method of transdermal delivery. Without a proper blend of carrier ingredients, topical solutions will simply sit atop the skin and cannot be absorbed by the bloodstream. We expect this is the situation with VigRx Oil (see details below).

Read on for details of our study.

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Overall Score Complete Solution Test Results Customer Service Info
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

VigRx Oil Review

VigRx Oil provided a pleasant experience to our testers when applied. This in itself would make VigRx Oil useful as a lube (though not condom-safe due to the oils in the formula).

Beyond the pleasant sensation, however, our testers did not experience any improvement in erectile quality or firmness. They were generally very disappointed with the function of VigRx Oil. It could be used as a pleasant warming lube, but at $49.95 per 1-oz. bottle, far too expensive for this use.

We suspect the failure of the VigRx Oil formula is due to its lack of a transdermal delivery system. Both Erexanol and Maxoderm contain compounds that speed the flow of ingredients into the bloodstream. MaxiDerm patches also have a transdermal delivery system. Without a method of getting active ingredients into the bloodstream, they simply sit on the surface of the skin and do nothing. We recommend to the makers of VigRx Oil that they incorporate a transdermal delivery element into their formula.

Due to the lack of promised results, VigRx Oil received a do not buy recommendation.

VigRx Oil Ingredients

Epimedium Leaf Extract, Cuscuta Seed Extract, Ginkgo Biloba Leaf, Asian Red Ginseng, Muira Puama Bark Extract, Catuaba Bark Extract, Hawthorne Berry, Purified Water, Aloe Vera Gel, Shea Butter, Olive Squalene, Apricot Kernel Oil, Vegetable Glycerin, Hyaluronic Acid, L-Arginine HCL, Biosomes A&E Complex, Vitamin C, Natural Preservative (Sorbic Acid).