NitroXpansion Pills Review
Stacking a male enhancement supplement with a body building supplement has been nothing new, and there have been tons of guys asking me what are the best combinations you can use to gain serious size. Once recent combination I was asked about was a product called NitroXpansion and MaleFormulaXL, which up until this point I had never heard of. After doing some digging, I came across their official websites, and attempted to find out what they were really all about. This review will speak specifically on the product NitroXpansion, a once a day pill designed apparently to help men gain substantial size.
What is NitroXpansion?
NitroXpansion appears to be a supplement manufactured by a German company which uses a science called “Nitric Oxide” to help introduce greater blood flow to the penis. While there is no full list of the ingredients on their official site, we can interpolate that it probably contains some dosage of L-Arginine, as well as a blend of all natural herbal aphrodisiacs.
Common ingredients found in products such as NitroXpansion include Siberian and korean ginseng, ginkgo biloba, tribulus terrestris, horny goat weed, yohimbe bark extract, butea superba, and Damiana herb extract. While they may tell you otherwise, some of these ingredients have been known to cause side effects.
L-Arginine, which has been clinically studied, is actually found in numerous other supplements in the male enhancement category, including Nugenix, Grow XL, and a host of others. It works through a process called “Vasodilation”, which allows for increased blood flow to the penis during erection by dilating the blood vessels in and around the penis. This causes a temporary increase in the fully erect state of the penis, and does not cause permanent size gains.
Full NitroXpansion Profile (How It Works)
Speaking of official websites, after looking through the NitroXpansion website, there is very little information on a number of key items every man should know before ordering any supplement. For one, there is no clinical data backing up the claims that they are making, only a mere mention that is has been featured on such news outlets as CNN, USA Today, MSNBC, and MSN. Our guess is that it actually hasn’t been featured as a story on these news mediums, but rather may be introduced as an advertisement on those sites.
They also do not have any information from doctors reporting the effectiveness of the supplement, yet they do have a picture of a “doctor” on the homepage. There is also no mention of the price, or where you can buy NitroXpansion in stores. It appears the only way you can get NitroXpansion is through their free trial program, which unfortunately will bring you into an auto-rebill program.
NitroXpansion Free Trial and Rebill program
For those that don’t know, I will briefly gloss over what an auto-rebill program is. When you sign up for the free trial of NitroXpansion, you typically need to pay a small fee to cover shipping and handing fees. While many of these products are advertised as free trials, most consumers believe they are getting a free “sample” of the product, when this is simply not the case.
What you are really getting is the chance to try the supplement out for a specified period of time, typically between 14 – 18 days of your order, and then the credit card that you used to cover the “shipping and handling” fee is charged anywhere between $69.95 – $89.95 for the bottle you receive. Should you cancel before the trial period ends, you are usually presented with several options to either buy the existing bottle at a discount, or ship back the unused portion, which of course you are responsible to cover.
I have a little bit more detail about how this works explained in this article, check it out.
- Appears to use L-Arginine, which IS a clinically studied ingredient.
- Claims 100% satisfaction, guaranteed
- Ships worldwide, via secure site
- Can only buy online, via free trial
- No doctor endorsements or testimonials
- Website lacks critical information
- No ingredients list indicated
Where is NitroXpansion Sold?
It appears the only place where you can get NitroXpansion is via their official website, which barely even exists as of this writing. Literally, if you visit the page nitroxpansion.com, the name of the product is not even on their, instead giving you the name of a competing product.
It also doesn’t look like it is sold in stores just yet, and I wouldn’t expect it to show up anytime soon. According to their official site, it looks like you can purchase it in most english speaking countries via their website, including the UK, Australia, Canada, the US, and New Zealand, and shipping is included.
Is NitroXpansion Really A Scam?
While there is some truth that the supplement itself may indeed work, the fact is that NitroXpansion seems to care only about obtaining your credit card number, with the express intent to bill it in the future. You will also notice that their customer service number is missing from their page, making it even harder to cancel your trial. The fact that you also are told to combine this with the male formula for increased growth leads us to believe that it is another biased review site aimed at getting you to believe some fictitous story.
We feel that there is a clear lack of information to really make an informed decision about whether or not you should try NitroXpansion. To us, this lack of details about a product shows one of only two things: 1.) The company is so confident that this product will make your penis bigger that it feels it doesn’t even need to tell you anything about it, it’s that good. Or 2.) They are simply out to get your money by getting you to sign up for a free trial, only to bill your credit card a couple of weeks later. We are willing to bet that it is the latter, and invite you to email your experience and reviews of NitroXpansion to us so we can share it with the world, anonymously of course.