It’s easy to get sucked in by claims made by penis enlargement cream companies.
A few years ago, it was easy to tell the difference between a scam website and a legitimate company, but now, that line has become blurred.
Flicking through Google Adverts for ‘penis enlargement cream’, you’ll come across pretty slick sales pitches that promise:
“Add inches to your penis size”
“The cream that enlarges your penis”
“Up to 67% bigger”
Yet, these claims are completely unfounded.
There is no scientific evidence to suggest that by applying a cream or lotion to your penis that it can increase your penis size whatsoever.
Just as with penis enlargement pills, which contain certain vitamins and mineral that can increase blood flow to your penis, resulting in a harder erection for longer, there is a chance that creams may be able to do the same.
However, there has been no clinical trials to suggest that the intake of these vitamins through skin absorption will have any benefit over ingestion.
In the circumstance that these creams did have some benefit in increasing blood flow, there is still a fundamental problem with the marketing of these products that must be addressed…
Any company that makes claims that their cream can in any way increase your size (rather than just improve erection strength) is lying to you.
Therefore, if they are willing to lie to you so blatantly, there’s a high chance that they will also be bending the rules in other areas too.
Are the ingredients that they claim are in these creams even present?
Are they creams toxic?
It’s difficult to predict when the makers of these products are so well hidden.
If you do decide to try any type of penis cream or lotion, we’d recommend staving away from any supplier who makes claims that seem at all exaggerated.
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