These are the craziest “miracle sex products” we’ve found on Wish and AliExpress

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We cannot doubt that the internet has made our lives much easier. We can pay bills, shop, and even study without having to leave the comfort of home. Pages like Wish and Aliexpress are fabulous, we can find practically anything at incredible prices. Suspiciously unbelievable at times

Because not everything is so wonderful in Marketplaces like Aliexpress, Wish or even Amazon (although this one has more control), because not only can we find fun and curious objects, we can also come across misleading advertising and products that offer supposedly immediate shortcuts to very complex pathologies . In reality, they are nothing more than flashy ads, spectacular titles and above all, a lot of false promises.

Look for one or two star reviews to see what kind of things real users are saying about these miraculous sex products.

We’ve been around Wish and AliExpress and these are the craziest “miracle sex products” we’ve found around Sexual Medicine.

How are these types of products?

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Of course! A magical oil that promises to make your penis grow from 18 to 38 centimeters. As if already 18 cm was not something very big in itself.

These fraudulent products are easily recognized because they tend to create unrealistic expectations. To avoid falling into these traps, the most useful thing is common sense. There is no chance that a few drops of an unknown substance will lengthen your penis by another 20 centimeters.

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No, it is not a collar for your puppy. And it's not to take your penis out for a walk either.

Stainless steel rings are sold as an accessory that helps you delay ejaculation and even have a more powerful and long-lasting erection. What is certain is that these rings, although functional in the task of acting as blood flow occlusive, can become really harmful to your sexual health in the medium and long term.

According to a review article published in the Spanish Archives of Urology, since these rings interrupt the normal flow of blood, frequent use can cause erectile dysfunction and even thrombus formation. In more severe cases, it can cause penile strangulation, a urological emergency that requires sectioning of the ring with precision instruments. They are also sold on Amazon Spain, despite being contraindicated by Spanish and European medical associations.

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From the creators of the magic oil, comes the miraculous cream that promises to enlarge the breasts and put an end to flaccidity. It looks like plastic surgeons will be out of a job!

Most of these products, in addition to offering impossible results, are not certified. In other words, since they are not considered medicines, they are not evaluated or authorized by health agencies such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States and the Spanish Agency for Medicines and Health Products (AEMPS). This leads to great danger, it’s like Russian roulette. It does not have to go wrong per se, but using products without a medical license can lead to skin or functional conditions.

The shell trick is in the reviews

Rule number one: don’t believe Wish and Aliexpress reviews. These marketplaces are plagued by fake reviews and do nothing to remedy it (they win too, although in the long run it will probably take its toll because in Europe and the USA consumers are much more critical). It also happens on Amazon, although recently they have been much more controlled (the platform is banning cheaters without the right to reply).

Fake reviews are their main selling weapon. Think about it, this marketing action costs them just €100 and in return they generate thousands of sales. “If other users say it’s great, it will be true, right?“. NO. All those reviews you see are the seller himself opening dozens of fake accounts and generating that sensation of a miraculous product. Look for one or two star reviews to see what kind of things real users are saying about these miraculous sex products.

It’s not worth the risk

Whenever you have doubts about a health product, there is nothing better than consulting your doctor. A call or a simple consultation could save you not only a few euros, but it can also prevent you from doing damage to your body.

The AEMPS recommends not buying medicines or medical devices that are not authorized. These are products of unknown origin, it is not known where they are manufactured, nor what their real ingredients are, and most importantly, they have not been subjected to the relevant tests and protocols. All this leads to losing time and money, and gaining in frustration and health problems, which in some cases are irreparable.

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Testosterone spray... Obtained from where and in what concentration is it found? It is not detailed in the description, nor on the packaging itself.

While it is true that there are sexual retardants on the market, why take the risk with an Asian product that is not certified, instead of one in your neighborhood pharmacy? It is no secret that these articles with striking images and dazzling headlines are not licensed by health agencies. The use of these uncontrolled substances based on lidocaine could cause loss of sensitivity and later lead to erectile dysfunction.

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That's right, women also have an oil for them. Not only does it promise a more intense orgasm, but also clitoral enhancement (whatever that means) and vaginal rejuvenation are on the way.
If you suffer from any discomfort or problem in your sexual performance, there will be no safer option than consulting your gynecologist, andrologist or trusted doctor. He will evaluate whatever your condition is and will be able to indicate the medical solution that can offer you the most benefit. Always, based on medical criteria and updated scientific evidence.

Tips for identifying fraudulent items

The FDA has prepared a list with a series of tips that will help you discern between a scam and a legitimate product. They are very simple tips that will be very useful when shopping online:

Miracle products

If you are assured that a product can do many things, cure various diseases and gives you a long list of benefits, you can begin to doubt it. If miracles really exist, we can assure you that they are not for sale on Wish or Aliexpress, but most likely sold by a large pharmaceutical company that has spent years of research. Don’t you think that those Haven’t big labs tested the entire Chinese pharmacopoeia before spending millions of dollars over decades to isolate phosphodiesterase inhibitors from ED drugs? It would be very foolish of him, of course.

Awesome reviews

When we go to buy something, the first thing we do is see the rating and read their reviews. These companies know this too, so they come up with some fake reviews that work as bait. You will probably read comments like “This product changed my life”, “It works a little slower, but the results are incredible” or “In two weeks it has increased 5 centimeters” . Remember that science will always be more reliable than opinion.

Results in record time

Unless you want to treat headaches, there are few licensed products that can provide you with a quick solution for certain pathologies. If you see things like these, run away: “Enlarge your penis by 10 cm in 10 days”.

Natural treatments

It is not that we are against naturopathic medicine, which, exercised under a strict scientific method, can be useful in some pathologies. But many times these people use the pretext that a product is of totally natural origin, to claim that they are safer than traditional treatments. It’s just an elegant way to get around the fact that they are not licensed or authorized by health agencies. Yes, now you know the reason for that boom. Some plant-based treatments are not supported by clinical trials and their doses and active ingredients can be harmful to those who use them.

Inventions of the century

Many times they use phrases such as “New discovery”, “Unpublished results”, etc. If a treatment is really effective, its results are completely innovative, and above all it is approved by science, then it would appear in all the media and it would not be in the sex toys section from an online store.

Savior conspiracy theorists

A widely used phrase is “what the pharmaceutical industry doesn’t want you to know”. If the above alarms haven’t gone off already, when you read something like this, get out of that store immediately. The “big pharma” may have some somewhat dark behavior, but of course if they know something that can help more than hide it from you, they will sell it.

Be that as it may, medical professionals are here to protect you from both, we are on your side. Do you want to treat your case professionally? You can go to one of our centers in Spain in person (Madrid, Sevilla or Tenerife) or book an appointment with one of our urologists and andrologists via telemedicine (from anywhere, via webcam) and save you time and travel.

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Author

Dr. Natalio Cruz


Natalio Cruz MD, with 25 years of medical experience, has been until 2016 Head of the Andrology Unit in the Urology Service of the Virgen del Rocío Hospital in Seville, National Coordinator of Andrology in the Spanish Association of Urology (AEU) and General Secretary in the ESSM, positions that he has narrowed to focus squarely on this exciting project of offering a high-level private medical consultation in Seville, Madrid and Tenerife.

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