Rexbull marketed itself as an anti-impotence pill and also promises to give you “9 inches”. Rexbull will do neither.
It seems that Rexbull is doing a “slash and burn” advertising campaign where they are on non-print media like radio and television so there is not much evidence of their existence in print or in printable form. This is probably (but we have not yet confirmed) a result of RedBull™ challenging RexBull for trading on their name or close to it. This seems to have brought a near collapse to the RexBull brand and therefore it is no longer selling its own brand but is sold now only by people who have had product that was manufactured some time ago, and once sold out it’s finished. There will be no company to go back to in the event there are issues or chargebacks. That seems to be our take.
Rexbull’s claims that it is completely natural, and based on our research for male-enhancement-truths.org, the formula does contain natural active ingredients. The only active ingredient seems to be Taurine. Hence its name REXBULL which we assume is supposed to bring up thoughts of the energy drink RedBull™. RedBull™ contains a good amount of Taurine, Rexbull does not. In any case this is being marketed as a male enhancement product and in that Rexbull is deficient.
- May help as an energy supplement
- No website
- No new stock being manufactured
- Weak formula not focused on male enhancement
In investigating the Better Business Bureau there are some negative reports regarding RexBull but nothing out of the ordinary in the event a good deal of the product was sold. We suspect not much was sold so the complaints may represent a good amount of the market who bought.
All in all, this isn’t a product you will find online except perhaps through reviews.
This review should not be construed as a positive one. There are better products with longer and better reputations that we recommend.