Enlarge Maxx

Does it Work?

Enlarge Maxx is a textbook example of what to avoid in a male enhancement product.

At the time of this review the product website indicated that Enlarge Maxx was no longer available to new customers, thought they would continue to service existing customers.

Manufactured by a company called Epsilon Marketing Ltd., Enlarge Maxx claims on its website that within two weeks, users could see an increase in the length of their penis of up to two inches.

This is so outrageously dishonest that it’s laughable. 

While an effective male enhancement product aids men in achieving and maintaining firmer, fuller erections, they cannot possibly physically increase the length or width of a man’s penis.

Only an invasive and expensive surgical operation is capable of altering a man’s natural size. 

Any product or company which suggests otherwise is willfully committing fraud.

The Enlarge Maxx website is extremely poorly designed, offering very little product information.

It states that Enlarge Maxx contains two of the five ingredients scientifically proven to be critical to the effectiveness of male enhancement products:

-          Horny Goat Weed/Epimedium, which increases sexual desire

-          L-Arginine, which stimulates nitric oxide that relaxes the muscles surrounding the blood vessels leading to the penis, increasing blood flow

It also apparently contains two other substances commonly found in many male enhancement supplements, Saw Palmetto and Maca, both of which claim to have aphrodisiac properties.

Unfortunately, it does not include any information regarding the quantities of these ingredients, making it impossible to determine the effectiveness of the product.

There is no scientific data from any clinical trials or studies which would validate any of the product’s claims.

The Enlarge Maxx website includes no reference to a product guarantee or a return/refund policy.

Customer Reviews

The product website offers no customer testimonials promoting the benefits of Enlarge Maxx.

Is it a scam?

Enlarge Maxx makes some blatantly dishonest claims about its erroneous ability to increase penis size, offers no clinical data to support this, and provides no quantity information about its ingredients and no product guarantee.

There is really no other choice but to strongly recommend against the use of Enlarge Maxx as a credible male enhancement product.

Our Top 2 Male Enhancement Recommendations for 2011


Quick Overview
Effectiveness: 98/100
Consumer Reviews: 95/100
Quality of Ingredients: 97/100
Cost: 80/100
Money-Back Guarantee: 90 Days  
Retail Price: $59.99  

We choose Zenerx as our top product for 2011 because of the company’s commitment to male health. They use only the best ingredients in their supplement, have a 90 day money back guarantee and triple test their supplement before it’s shipped. Oh yeah, it also works amazingly well.

Read the full review here or visit their official website Zenerx.com for the best prices available.

VigRX Plus

VigRX Plus
Quick Overview
Effectiveness: 85/100
Consumer Reviews: 90/100
Quality of Ingredients: 80/100
Cost: 70/100
Money-Back Guarantee: 60 Days  
Retail Price: $79.99  

This year, VigRX Plus impressed us with their commitment to male health. Not only did they do a double blind human clinical study of their product to prove it works, they also offer a 60 day money back guarantee. They don’t take part in auto shipping practices and understand that men want a product that works.

While VigRX Plus is a great #2 product, with Zenerx you get more for your money and a more effective product.

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