Overall Review:
3 out of 5.

Why 3 Stars?
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No mention of money back guarantee on manufacturer’s website
Recommended replacement: Natrolex

Viarex is a cream developed to help men achieve erections. For those who can achieve erections naturally, ViareX claims to be able to enhance their erections, allowing them to become larger and fuller. It also claims to be able to help men who suffer from premature ejaculation, prolonging their orgasms.

The makers of Viarex say that the cream can begin to show erection-enhancing results in a matter of three weeks. Many of the ingredients in ViareX are also used in powders, pills, and capsules that aim to do the same things.

The first ingredient that stands out in Viarex is L-Arginine. L-Arginine is widely known and used for its properties of stimulating the process of nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is a necessary component when erections are achieved through natural means. When this process begins, it is time for blood to flow into the caverns of the penis, making it larger and rigid, able to penetrate during sexual intercourse. Many men have improper blood flow, especially as they get older. Saw Palmetto and Ginseng can aid a man’s body in this process, allowing more blood to flow.

Finally, Yohimbe is arguably the world’s most popular aphrodisiac. It can give men feelings of desire, wanting to have sexual relations. It also can help to relax the smooth muscle of the penis, creating an environment conducive for blood to flow into it.


– may promote larger and thicker erections
– may help men achieve erections easier

– some men find creams to be awkward
– may cause allergic reaction for those with extremely sensitive skin

– Water
– Sunflower Seed Oil
– Dimethicone
– Steareth-2
– Cetyl Alcohol
– Yohimbe Extract
– Urtica Dioica
– Saw Palmetto
– Panax Ginseng Root
– L-Arginine
– Carbomer
– Tromethamine
– Vegetable Oil
– Citric Acid
– Glyceryl Oleate
– DMDM Hydantoin
– Methylparaben
– Propylparaben
– Phenoxyethanol

Collected on April 12, 2011
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4 Responses to “ViareX”

  1. Gyorgy

    21. Jun, 2012

    How much Yohimbe is in this?? can’t too much be dangerous? Would be good to know.

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  2. Richard Bronson

    04. Feb, 2014

    Have tried Viarex for over a month and am very disappointed in the results. Would never order it again. Have had too long before trying to be able to get my money back. Would never try it again.

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  3. marvin toms

    27. Feb, 2014

    Don’t ever order this product as you’d be better off buying a good dinner and movie night out.Snake oil sold in the 1800’s hade the same results.nothing.Also don’t ever think that they will refund your money,been trying to get a refund for weeks,no answer to emails.there phone reps are a bunch of morons,give you the runaround telling you that they will take care of the problem just to get you off there backs.Buyer beware.

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  4. Arthur Kriss

    08. May, 2014

    Useless product – snake oil

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