You’re not 25 any longer, and usually, that’s okay. But when it comes to the bedroom, well, you’ve thought about performance pills to help things along. You know what? That’s okay, too. Because needing a libido booster isn’t a problem. Living with an unsatisfactory sex life – that’s a problem!
The key is to not settle for any old performance pill. Skip the late-night TV ads and the sketchy tablets from the gas station. Invest in a legitimate libido booster that actually works. And how do you know what works and what doesn’t? There are 3 considerations:
2. Physical performance
Most performance pills miss on at least 1 of these, but you don’t just want a libido booster. You want a libido booster that also gives you powerful erections and the energy to do something about it. You want Ultimate Vigor, the performance pill that works on every level –
Fenugreek compounds that give you stronger orgasms with more pleasure. If that idea isn’t a libido booster, nothing is.
Panax Ginseng, or Korean Red Ginseng that’s associated with harder, more powerful erections, but that you’ll just associate with nights you’ll never forget.
And B vitamins that give you sustained energy for long, slow, luxurious evenings, without a spike or a crash before you’re even halfway through.
You’re not just any man. She’s certainly not just any woman. Why settle for just any libido booster that leaves you missing two-thirds of the experience? Instead, enjoy the whole experience, every inch, every touch, every moment.
No, you’re not 25 any longer. You’re old enough, and wise enough, to take care of business properly – to take Ultimate Vigor.
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