About Pure Testo Xplode
Pure Testo Xplode claims to be a safe, holistic supplement that can boost your natural testosterone levels and help you achieve the ripped, toned muscles you’ve always wanted. In addition, with regular workouts, Pure Testo Xplode is also claimed to help improve your stamina, provide you with faster fitness results, and give you the ability to “maintain peak performance when you need it.”
In order to accomplish this, Pure Testo Xplode is claimed to feature scientifically tested ingredients that result in no harmful side effects. According to the manufacturer, all you have to do is take one pill in the morning and another before working out, and Pure Testo Xplode will “enhance your body to new levels,” regardless of your age or how much you work out.
But can you really expect Pure Testo Xplode to provide you with “peak muscle power,” or will you just be flushing money down the drain? Consider the following:
Is Pure Testo Xplode’s Ingredients Effective?
There wasn’t an ingredients list or product label displayed on the Pure Testo Xplode website, although to back up their claims, the manufacturer references 2 studies related to tribulus terrestris:
- A 2000 study published in the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, which concluded: “Supplementation with tribulus does not enhance body composition or exercise performance in resistance-trained males.”
- Another study from Airlangga University that found tribulus supplementation increased “the frequency of successful intercourse by 60% in both the diabetic and non-diabetic groups with or without ED.”
As you can see, the first study actually refutes many of Pure Testo Xplode’s claims, while the second seems to support the claim that tribulus is a viable treatment for ED. But what about the scientific community as a whole? What do they have to say?
Overall, there is insufficient clinical evidence available to support any of tribulus terrestris’s claimed health benefits. Plain and simple.
In General, Do Testosterone Boosters Work?
As we outlined in our in-depth article Do Testosterone Boosters Really Work, most over-the-counter testosterone supplements either include very few ingredients that provide any of the manufacturer’s claimed benefits, or include ingredients that don’t work at all.
As such, if you’re experiencing some of the side effects of low testosterone, such as decreased sex drive, a reduction in muscle mass and strength, increased fat distribution, and more, we’d strongly recommend speaking with your physician before trying any unproven (and potentially harmful) testosterone boosting supplements.
Online Customer Reviews for Pure Testo Xplode
Other than hype-filled reviews created by commission-based affiliates, there weren’t any legitimate online customer reviews for Pure Testo Xplode at the time of our research.
However, testosterone supplements have experienced a huge increase in popularity over the past couple years, so even though essentially all of them have inadequate proof to work as claimed, you have a wide variety of options from which to choose. This includes popular supplements such as Spartagen XT, Alpha Limit, Lifeforce T-2000, and many others.
Among more than 50 HighYa reader reviews for these products, they had an average rating of 1.5 stars, based on common complaints of failure to work, high price, and difficulty cancelling free trials and autoship programs (more about this next). And it’s our opinion that you can expect to experience much of the same with Pure Testo Xplode.
Pure Testo Xplode Pricing & Refund Policy
Pure Testo Xplode is only available through a free trial, for which you’ll pay $4.95 and will receive a full 30-day supply of the supplement.
Then, after your trial expires (which begins from the date your order is placed) you’ll be billed $119.97 for the full price of the product, and will also be enrolled in the company’s autoship program. This means you’ll continue receiving a 30-day supply of Pure Testo Xplode once per month, and your credit card will be billed $119.97 plus $9.97 shipping each time.
Important note: Based on our experience reviewing everything from t-boosters to anti-aging products, it’s our opinion that free trials are a sneaky way of obtaining your credit card information, while autoship programs are intended to sucker you in to recurring shipments. As such, we typically recommend avoiding products sold only through these methods.
Outside of the trial, Pure Testo Xplode comes with a 30-day refund policy, less S&H charges and a 35% restocking fee, although this only applies to unopened items. In other words, once you open your package of Pure Testo Xplode, you bought it.
In order to cancel your trial, request a refund, or put a stop to your autoship enrollment, you’ll need to contact customer service at 855-511-2251.
Will Pure Testo Xplode Give You the Muscles You Desire?
Chopping to the point: In short, almost certainly not, especially when considering Pure Testo Xplode’s unsubstantiated claims, failure to provide a product label or ingredients list, and the fact that it’s only sold through a free trial.
Because of these red flags, it’s our opinion that Pure Testo Xplode’s ultra-high price is far out of line with any benefits you can realistically expect to experience from using it. Instead, we’d recommend speaking with your physician about more effective options.
11 out 11 people found this review helpful
This is about the most unscrupulous and deceitful business practice, I have ever seen in my life. This product can be purchased at GNC for less than $20 and that is for 2 bottles. They will deceive you into believing you are getting a trial offer for $4 and $0.95. In fact, they will turn around and charge you another $140 behind your back without you even knowing about it. They now have your credit card information, they will tell you that they are located in the United States, however the bill is somewhere from Beijing China. I have no clue where these people are from. If I did, you would be reading about it in the newspaper if you know what I mean. My suggestion is to stay clear of anything such as this. First of all, speak to your doctor. I would stick to a local vitamin store and do your research before anything else.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
19 out 21 people found this review helpful
Horrible and tricky
I just want to say that these pills hurt my stomach real bad and I had to stop taking them. When I called to cancel my free trial they told me that everything was taken care of and my order canceled. I received my credit card statement and $139.95 was charged for the next 30 days supply. I tried disputing the charges and no luck. I still have not received the thirty day supply I paid for and they have flat lied about the product being shipped. There is no email tracking number or purchase receipt except credit card statement. I feel very tricked and manipulated through this whole process, not to mention the product is sold for half price on Amazon.
This will definitely be the last time I will ever buy something from this company. TERRIBLE, TERRIBLE, and also out of the country so I'm sure that is by design.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend