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This product produced the most shocking lab reports of all the products tested. I was absolutely stunned. The product is a total scam, and should be taken off the market!

The “hook” or “unique marketing angle” with this product is the claim that ecause it is lotion that is applied directly onto your penis, that it works by vasodilating the blood vessels of your penis in seconds, and you can feel itworking instantly because of its active ingredient combination. They call this active ingredient combination “Vasotran Auctum and claim it to be a “patent pending” formula. As you will three independent laboratory tests show this to bea hoax. None of these ingredients could be detected by three separate labs, andadditional reports showed high level of menthol in each serving and menthol is NOT listed as an ingredient in the product!

This “delivery system” they claim is superior to herbal pills. Maxoderm ads evenwarn consumers "Not to be fooled" by herbal pills because studies show as littleas 5% of substances make it to the targeted area when taken orally. The ads eventalk about how from an “investment standpoint” natural pills are a bad idea implying that 95% of your investment is wasted. (ironically Frank Barone the CFOof this company, and one of its founders filed for personal bankruptcy just afew years ago in Brooklyn Federal Court, and he is giving investment advise.)

When you do rub Maxoderm on your penis you do feel a burning sensation - it iscaused by the methyl nicitiate and the secretly included menthol that arecontained in the formula. It is practically the same thing as the main ingredient found in  pain relieving creams like Ben Gay. Imagine rubbing a little Ben Gay on your penis? How would that feel? That is the trick here. Methyl nicitonate is a vasodilator, just like Ben Gay, but it is also classified as a skin irritant - not exactly what you want on your penis. Interestingly the back of the Maxoderm tube says “this product has not been tested for safety.”

But what is most shocking it that the list of 9 ingredients on the tube  include L-arginine and  yohimbe two popular pro-sexual nutrients. Well when I sent Maxoderm out to the lab for test it came back that it contained less basically ZERO of these ingredients. I couldn’t believe it so I had it tested again using a tube from a different batch. Again same results. So I then sent it to another lab to see what they would say, and again it showed nothing. Men, this is pure consumer fraud in my book. These guy must think that no one would every test this stuff and discover what it really contains.

Maxoderm can not be used or "worn" while having sex with a woman, because thecream would basically burn her vagina! Can you believe it? So what is the pointof this stuff? Some goop to use when you are playing with yourself? They say youcan only use it while "self-pleasuring". The guys who came up with this must belaughing their heads off an how they have tricked so many men out of their moneywith "masturbation cream."

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They also ran a two-page ad in the October 2004 issue of Flex magazine complete with a full page testimonial from a guy named Steve Jacobsen who said he applied Maxoderm to his body and his muscles got incredibly bigger, and stronger in only 3 weeks. So we are to believe this fellow shown in before and after photos, rubbed Maxoderm penis cream all over his body, walked around his local gym for three weeks smelling like a menthol factory, and while doing so he experienced, as he says in the ad, “freaky“ gains in the size of his muscles? Who did he do this with the Tooth Fairy, Santa Clause and the Easter Bunny? This is beyond absurd. It is really hard to believe since our lab tests showed the product contains zero of the active ingredients listed on their label. Interesting huh? I wonder what Mr.Meatball testimonial would say about that? I haven't checked any of the cooking magazines but I wouldn't be surprised to see an ad for Maxoderm in one of them claiming is also a great salad dressing or something. Or maybe it can also be used as a car wax or lawn fertilizer?

NOT ONE, NOT TWO, BUT THREE DIFFERENT LABORATORY TESTS, FROM THREE SEPARATE TESTING FACILITIES SHOW MAXODERM IS SECRETLY LACED WITH THE SAME KEY INGREDIENT AS BEN GAY! IMAGINE RUBBING BEN GAY ON YOUR PENIS!

 

This independent laboratory report shows that Maxoderm is a scam. It was atested for L-Arginine, yohimbe, and tribulus terrestris. The report shows itcontains not even a trace of these ingredients claimed to be in the product.
Ben Gay Ingredients
Check out the list of Active Ingedients in Ben Gay. Methyl Salicyate is the lead ingredients. This is the key ingredient in Ben Gay. Well it appears it is also the lead ingredient in Maxoderm. The SRCS Chemical Analysis (below) notes there is a very large amount of Methyl Salicayte in Maxoderm, even thugh it is NOT listed as an ingredient!!!
 
A SECOND TEST SHOWS NOT ONLY DOES MAXODERM NOT CONTAIN ANY L-ARGININE, NO YOHIMBINE, BUT THAT IT IS SECRETLY LACED WITH A SUBSTANTIAL AMOUNT OF METHYL SALICYLATE, THE KEY INGREDIENT IN THE PAIN RELIEVER BEN GAY - AND SOMETHING THAT IS NOT LISTED ON THE MAXODERM LABEL!!!


A third independent test on Maxoderm shows one again it is a total scam. The test again shows that its “patent pending” Active Ingredient formula is literally non-exsistent. It is simply a hoax!
Here is the side of the box Maxoderm is sold in. Look at the active ingredients. See how they hype VasoTran Auctum, their “secret formula” which they claim is patent pending. Our three independent laboratory tests expose this as a fraud! Now that you know this product is a total fraud, what do you think of these instructions? Build Up Phase and Maintenance Phase is just a bunch of bogus mumbo-jumbo.

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