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Overview of Vimax
Vimax is a natural remedy made for men who want to increase the size of their penis. The manufactures of Vimax say it can permanently increase penis length by three to four inches and increase width by 25%. Vimax can also help men achieve better erections and increase libido as well as lower cholesterol levels. The website does contain a lot of text, most of which is poorly written, but does not explain how the active ingredients can produce such dramatic effects.
Vimax retails for $59.95 per bottle, but a discount is available for purchasing multiple bottles in the same order. Buy with confidence, Vimax has a sixty day guarantee.
The ingredients of Vimax are similar to those found in other products that claim to enlarge penis size. The main ingredients are ginkgo biloba, epimedium, saw palmetto, and tribulus terrestris. Some of these ingredients have been shown to increase penis size, but the research is not shown on the Vimax website. You should see results in about nine weeks when taken once a day. Men should stop taking Vimax once desired results are obtained.
- All ingredients are listed on their website
- Vimax can be discontinued when results are achieved
- The manufacture offers a 60 day warranty
- Epimedium and tribulus are two of the active ingredients
- How the product works isn’t clear
- Claims for its effectiveness seem to be exaggerated
- Must be taken under the advice of a doctor according to the website
- Website does not provide proof for claims
The website does make it look like a great product with a lot of hype. Without evidence and support to back up the claims, the claims seem to good to be believed.