Unfortunately since writing our initial review Virilix has been discontinued hence is no longer avaliable for purchase.
Virilix was first launched in 2004 and has proven itself to be a rather establish volume pill brand. 2007 saw the launch of an update and improved Virilix website providing a more concise overview of what Virilix offers in the volume pill market.
Like other volume pills that we've reviewed, Virilix focuses on an exclusive formula which uses only the best natural ingredients available. The usual ingredients such as Zinc, L-Arginine and Epimedium appear in the formulation however Virilix also contains Cuscuta Seed (which is also found in Sinrex) which is a powerful antioxidant.
Although Cuscuta seed does have good antioxidant properties (measured in oxygen radical absorption capacity or ORAC as its abbreviated) this ingredient pales in comparison to the likes of pomegranate which is included in the likes of Performer5.
One key focus of Virilix is its off-line marketing and celebrity endorsements. Adverts for Virilix have been shown on a number of mainstream TV channels including Comedy Central and Spike – the first network to be targeted specifically towards the male viewer. These adverts and the Virilix website emphasized specifically the fact that Virilix has been approved, used and endorsed by Peter North – a recognized face of the adult entertainment industry.
- Endorsed by Peter North
- Misleading free trial with auto bill
- Good quality ingredients and potency
- No customer testimonials
- Competitively priced
Unfortunately the issue with celebrity endorsements and testimonials is that they are usually given and provided for a fee hence testimonials of this kind don't really carry that much weight as the celebrity is being paid to endorse a product rather than doing so based on the quality and/or own experience of using the product.
Furthermore the Virilix website does not contain any independent, customer testimonials – with a product that has been established for such a long time, it's a big surprise to see a complete lack of real life customer testimonials.
Another alarm bell which is rather off putting with the Virilix volume pill is with the use of a one month free trial. From experience and having looked at numerous poor quality products, and free trial scams the Virilix offering of one free bottle actually subscribes you automatically to the Virilix delivery plan which will charge you $24.95 plus shipping every 60 day period. Alternatively you can purchase 2, 3 and 4 months supplies for between $29.95 and $69.95 however we would strongly recommend unchecking the subscription option (labeled VDP).
Virilix charges an additional $6.99 on top of each purchase for shipping costs and also attempts to subscribe you to an adult DVD website which will automatically try and charge you $39.95 every single month. Payment is taken securely via their website and billing and shipping is discreet.
A money back guarantee is offered however their refund conditions specify that you must return your order within 90 days, shipping and handling fees will be refunded and that only purchases made by credit card are covered by the refund policy.
In conclusion Virilix looks like a good volume pill thanks to some good ingredients however other competitor volume pills offer better, more effective ingredients that will allow you to achieve better results. The lack of real life customer testimonials and a misleading free trial along with numerous attempts to sign you up to paid subscription services for third-party products make this product one to be avoided.
Put simply, there are better quality volume pills available that don't include the risk of a long-term payment plan that could, potentially be difficult to opt out of. If Virilix was as good as they say, they wouldn't need to offer it as a free trial!