Reading that something is “designed to increase arousal, maintain a health pH, assist with sexual climax, keep you energized, and have a longer, stronger and more passionate sexual experience” really attracted our attention. This was what the Libigirl product was claiming to do, and we decided to investigate it to see how valid such bold claims were. We would consider the ingredients listed on the product packaging and also any consumer and professional opinions we could find as well in order to make a fair and reasoned argument for or against it.
As soon as we hit the product homepage we realized that Libigirl was not going to be a product that could seriously deliver on its claims. Why not? The list included cranberry, damiana, muira puama, pomegranate, cordycpes, and evening primrose extracts. It really was a high vitamin supplement more than anything else. Though we knew that the damiana would work as an estrogen stimulator, and that some of the other extracts might trigger mild sexual responses, there was just no way that a single pill could contain the concentrations necessary for the results desired. In fact, the site itself says that most of the things in the formula are also in your regular daily vitamin! We decided to move on to the consumer opinions to see if our estimates were correct.
User Reviews of Libigirl
We found only scant reviews for libigirl and none of them were good. Though very tame, they all pointed to the fact that the product just didn’t do anything for the user. Some reviews pointed out that the dose of B12 vitamins would be a natural mood enhancer and that the presence of so much cranberry extract would fight off any urinary issues, there was nothing indicating that consumers were getting the sexual “charge” explained on the website.
A sample review of Libigirl we found:
“This did so little for me that I thought they sent the wrong thing!”
Where to Buy Libigirl
The Libigirl supplement is available through online vendors and the main website. A single package of three costs $15 and there are no customer satisfaction guarantees extended by the maker or any of the affiliates and vendors selling the product. The manufacturer does extend special pricing with bulk orders available.
We don’t recommend Libigirl simply because it just doesn’t deliver any of the benefits promised. It is a glorified vitamin supplement and even describes itself as such on the website. There are certainly other products with ingredients that will serve the consumer much better and far more effectively.
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