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Sinrex Review – Male enhancement product review

Sinrex Review – Male enhancement product review


If you are keeping track of our recent reviews, you might have noticed that we’re looking to tackle more product systems in the male enhancement supplement industry. Male enhancement systems is quickly becoming a trend now in the male enhancement market for obvious reasons. Male enhancement systems sell 2-3 products at a time, which rakes in loads of money to the manufacturers. However, the real benefit to the user remains to be seen.

In this review, we’ll take on Sinrex, a male enhancement system that sells products in pill and cream form to achieve results. Sinrex claims its product system can deliver a one-two punch that should speed up the process of increasing the size of your penis, while improving your sexual performance.


The Sinrex pill contains pretty much what you’d expect from a male enhancement supplement. Check it out:

  • Bioperine
  • Copper chelate
  • Creatine
  • Cuscuta seed
  • Green tea extract
  • Epunedum Sagitum
  • Hawthorn berries
  • Inosine
  • L-Arginine
  • Maca root
  • Omega-3
  • Saw Palmetto
  • Siberian ginseng
  • Soy protein
  • Tribulus Terrestris
  • Vitamin E

Gents, that’s 16 different ingredients packed in one serving. If this supplement claims that it contains all ingredients in that list, then we better let Pfizer and Novartis know that such a technology exists – but of course, it doesn’t. I find it extremely improbable that Creatine – something that takes about 10 grams a day to be effective, can fit inside a pill, and that’s just one ingredient.

Trying to fit 16 different ingredients in just one pill is simply improbable, not to mention misleading. A customer who didn’t know better could assume that by taking Sinrex, he would experience the effects of all ingredients combined, which is simply impossible.

The anomalies of Sinrex does not stop there. Here are the ingredients of Sinrex cream:

  • Tribulus Terrestris
  • Horny Goat Weed
  • Siberian Ginseng

It would have been more convincing if they had used a transdermal patch instead. These ingredients are meant to be absorbed through ingestion, and not through topical application. A great example for this would be your pain medication. You can expect to have Ibuprofen in a pill, but you don’t see painkiller creams that contain ibuprofen, simply because ingredients that are meant to be ingested cannot be absorbed through the skin.

According to the website of Sinrex, their creams work almost instantly, but the results are temporary. I find it highly unlikely that these would do anything, given the fact that anything absorbed through the skin are absorbed over time.


As you well know, we’re not really the type of review website that aims to put products down, but we’re keen on spotting duds, and Sinrex definitely is one. Truth be told, the red flags are quite obvious. All you need is to trust your common sense.

The best male enhancement pills are hard to come by, and that’s why we highlight them in our reviews. If you’re looking for the best penis enlargement pill around, check out our review of Formula 41 Extreme.



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