PXL Male Enhancement: Do They REALLY Work?

By: Rob Miller
3 User Reviews
Fact Checked On: 5-8-2018


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Contents

What are PXL Pills
What Are The Ingredients In PXL Male Enhancement
What About Endovex
What About PXL Reviews
Any Side Effects With PXL
Recommendation

Note: We are NOT affiliated with PXL male enhancement in any way, and we were NOT paid to write this review.

Imagine if there were some magic pill out there that could give you a porn star sized cock.

Would you take it?

Of course you would, especially if they were giving it away for free.

That’s exactly what I just spent the last 20 minutes reading.

I got to this supposed blog post after running across an ad that looked like this:

vxl ad

This blog post I came across on Fox news is telling me that Angelina Jolie revealed in a recent interview that Brad Pitt was suffering from ED, and that Dr. OZ himself had recommended the use of a supplement called PXL (sometimes called VXL, more on this later) with TRTT technology.

What is TRTT technology, and why is it so special?

I’ve never actually heard of that before, so I decided to do a bit of research.

Well, it turns out it means something different than what they’re implying.

TRTT stands for Time Release Transdermal Technology.

TRTT is NOT used via pills, but rather through patches like ProEnhance Patch and M Patch.

This may sound cool, but it has no use in PXL pills.

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What are PXL Pills?

When I first visited the official PXL Male Enhancement pills website, something was suspicious.

Something caught my eye, and told me that I’ve seen this exact same box before.

And it turns out, I did.

If you look at a picture of the PXL box:

pxl male enhancement

And then look at a completely different supplement called Endovex, you’ll see the similarities:

vxl vs endovex

And yet another one called VXL male enhancement:

vxl male enhancement pills

Or even Nitridex:

nitridex reviews

And even one more I recently discovered called PTX male enhancement:

https://www.supplementcritique.com/wp content/uploads/2017/05/ptx

They basically are the same, right?

They have the same colors, same wording, and even the same male symbol on the face of the box.

Something tells me that the ingredients are probably exactly the same as well.

And it turns out, this is exactly the case.

What Are The Ingredients In PXL Male Enhancement?

As with most supplements, PXL is made up of a completely all natural herbal formulation.

The ingredients are:

  • L-Arginine
  • Ginkgo biloba
  • Horny goat weed
  • Saw palmetto berry
  • Asian red ginger extract
  • Muira Puama
  • Bioperine.

What About Endovex?

And endovex contains exactly the same, you can see that here.

However, if you look at the ingredients list for VXL, it varies a bit:

pxl male enhancement ingredients

The websites for both PXL male enhancement and Endovex are exactly the same as well:

pxl male enhancement website

endovex website

And the same goes for VXL:

vxl website

What what does this prove?

Well, it could be a number of things.

  1. The makers of PXL male enhancement knowingly copied the entire Endovex site
  2. The makers of Endovex are the same behind PXL.
  3. It’s an extreme coincidence and misunderstanding.
  4. VXL saw how great PXL and Endovex were selling, and decided to copy their site as well.

My guess is, considering they have the exact same ingredients, is that they’re made by the same company.

And it doesn’t take a genius to come to that conclusion.

So What About PXL Reviews?

I couldn’t find anything on PXL other than their website and this fake blog.

Sure, if you run a quick google search for PXL male enhancement pills you’ll come across all sorts of results.

pxl google search

All of the most credible and legit sounding websites like:

  • Healthy Talk Zone dot com
  • Top Wellness Pro dot com
  • Health Car Booster dot com
  • and Crazy Bulk Stacks dot com

all rank the product 4 stars and above.

However, if you visit one of these pillars of supplement reviews, you won’t find much in the way of results.

In fact, all you will find are blatant ads pushing the product itself.

There’s no reviews, no description of PXL’s side effects, and really no credible information at all.

Any Side Effects With PXL?

The official website will tell you no, but side effects are always possible with any supplement, including PXL.

They include:

  • Abdominal discomfort
  • Anxiety
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Bloating
  • Diarrhea
  • Gas
  • Nasal congestion
  • Gastrointestinal symptoms

Recommendation

It’s all fake gentlemen, Don’t buy into the hype.

Did Angelina Jolie REALLY say that Brad Pitt is using PXL pills to help with their sex life?

Fat chance of that!

Instead, it’s more likely that the makers of Endovex have burnt the name out from scamming so many people with their supposed “free trial”, that they scrapped the whole pill and started from scratch.

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User Reviews


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Poor product


By Eric,  Aug 25, 2017

I suffer from E.D and I saw the promotional for a free trial for VXL on Facebook since health insurance does not cover viagra or cialis. As I am placing an order for the free trial another offer popped up without no information, just saying for shipping and handling they would send me this product as well.

 

It took 2 weeks to arrive and I started taking it as said by the promotion, but nothing happened the first day, so I waited a week and nothing. I finally called customer service and complained,

I was informed that I had to take both of the promotional pills for 30 days in order to see results.

 

I finally got so upset that I canceled the subscription, before the 15 days, but was told it was to late and my credit card was charged for the 2 bottles. Customer service gave me a runaround that was driving me crazy, so I called my credit card company and started a dispute of the charges, which was $200 for the pills that I paid $12.

Finally, my subscription was canceled and my credit was refunded because my credit card company was on the line when I was calling customer service.

 

This is a trap, which this product does not work and thankfully I was not out of $200 and I'm still suffering from E.D!I suffer from E.D and I saw the promotional for a free trial for Endovex on Facebook since health insurance does not cover viagra or cialis.

As I am placing for the free trial another offer popped up without no information, just saying for shipping and handling they would send me this product as well. It took 2 weeks to arrive and I started taking it as said by the promotion, but nothing happened the first day, so I waited a week and nothing.

 

I finally called customer service and complained in which I was informed that I had to take both of the promotional pills for 30 days in order to see results. This product did nothing and it's a scam!

 

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By Juan,  Jul 25, 2017

I have been taking the PXL Male Enhancement product for a month but is not helping me all. My recommendation is don't buy this product.

 

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Don't waste your money. Look elsewhere!


By Jasper,  Jan 4, 2019
In Short: I would NOT recommend this to a friend.

I have no idea which one was first, Nitridex, Anamax, Endovex, PXL or VXL or whatever they're calling themselves this week. I tried Anamax and PXL both without success within the last two years.

 

These were some I tested because I have a deal with a retailor friend so to do. He carries a lot of sex enhancers for men and women both; when he gets a lot of returns he suspects the product and to be bogus and asks me and a few other men ranging in age from 25 to 77 to test it and give him some feedback.

 

We did and this indeed bogus. I don't know what's really in it, but it's enough to make me sick.

 

Not exactly sure what in it made me sick, within half an hour of taking it I had a ferocious headache, upset stomach nausea, and my faucet was dripping. The ingredients list says Asian red ginger, but I bet it's ginseng because that makes my faucet drip; penis dribbles urine, not pre-ejaculatory fluid and certainly not semen. Sick but no erection, nothing even close.

 

Thankfully the sickness was mostly gone by the next day, though I still felt somewhat queasy.
Having experience with supplements and pharmaceuticals and knowing some preparations, even those that make you sick can still enrage the racehorse I tried tactile stimulation. After ten minutes using off and on stimulation, nothing.

The SupplementCritique.com review alludes to the fact that all these products may be made by the same company.

 

That could well be correct. It could also be that a vendor or group of vendors have the little bogus gems made to order from different sources who make various supplements to order and have different packaging to make look as though there are different formulations to each product, but all that is really different is the packaging.

 

I only tested this with tactile stimulation. It would have been even more of a dud to ruin a sex event for me and my girl both.

 

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Does PLX really work and after I take first 2 for the day, how long is it before it starts working? -Jeff


No, it's a scam.- Rob

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Do these pills have any side effect after using them for so long? -Gilfred


As is the case with most supplements, there are no studies on side effects, especially in the long term.- Rob

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How do I stop any more shipments or deducyions from my account -James


I tried to track down their customer service number. I found 1-877-224-3877 on a search for PXL, but this may actually be a number for VXL. I'm pretty sure they're both the same company, so the number may very well be the same. If not, maybe they can put you in touch with PXL. Your other option is to check your credit card statement. There should be a contact number associated with the transaction.- Rob

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Review on Asxo9 -Glen


Here's a link: https://www.supplementcritique.com/asox9-review/- Rob

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Hello seller , how's for your pills and do u have size for the penis and how big it's. Can u send me a sample picture. -Solomon


SupplementCritique.com is a review website. We don't sell products, and on top of that, PXL is really just a scam.- Rob

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