If you’ve watched an infomercial for Androzene lately, you may be wondering if it really works as well as it claims. After all, increasing blood flow, boosting stamina, reigniting passion, and building sexual confidence sound really great, right?
Not so fast, mister. Let’s take a closer look and see how well these claims hold up to scrutiny.
Quick Facts About Androzene
Androzene is a male enhancement supplement that claims to provide a wide range of sexual benefits. These include:
- Increased blood flow for faster, bigger, harder erections
- Boosted sex drive
- Improved mood
- Supercharged energy
- Boosted stamina
- Increased sexual satisfaction.
- Reignited passion
- Increased sexual confidence
Androzene is endorsed by health and fitness expert John Abdo, and claims to include all-natural, clinically tested ingredients that increase blood flow and give you longer, fuller, and more rigid erections, such as:
- Niacin 33mg
- Calcium 420mg
- Zinc 60mg
- Androzene Proprietary Blend 336mg
- Guarana Seed Extract
- Yohimbine 15mg
- Xanthoparmelia Scabrosa Extract
- Eleuthero Root Extract
- Epimedium Extract
- Nettle Root Extract
- Saw Palmetto Berry Extract
- Tribulus Terrestris
Unlike other male enhancement supplements, Androzene claims to use a patented time-release delivery system known as AndroPhase, which slowly delivers the ingredients in Androzene to your body all throughout the day, while also improving absorption.
According to the manufacturer’s website, Androzene can be taken anywhere from 1-3 times daily, always on an empty stomach. The company claims you should feel the effects within 30-60 minutes of ingestion, which last approximately 3-5 hours. However, we did locate one response from someone claiming to be a customer service manager at Androzene, who stated that it generally takes 30-90 days for the supplement to “build up in one’s system” and to provide results. Which is correct? We’re not sure.
In additional to Androzene, the company also manufactures a testosterone booster named Androphase, which claims to work by optimizing testosterone levels and providing essential vitamins and nutrients. Although the website doesn’t expressly state so, it appears to be complementary to Androzene (in other works, it works well with it). However, we can’t be sure of much else, as the Androphase page doesn’t list any ingredients, and contains little more than marketing hype.
Androzene Pricing & Refund Policy
Each bottle of Androzene contains 90 tablets, and are priced as follows:
- 1 Bottle: $124.99
- 1 Bottle w/Monthly Replenishment: $114.99
- Buy 2 Bottles, Get 1 Free: $249.98
- Buy 2 Bottles, Get 1 Free w/Monthly Replenishment: $229.98
- Buy 6 Bottles: $374.94
- Ultimate Sexual Health & Performance Book: $19.99 – “Never-disclosed, scientifically-proven information for men and women.”
- 1 Bottle: $124.99, plus $9.99 S&H
- 1 Bottle w/Monthly Replenishment: $114.99, plus free S&H
- Buy 2 Get 1 Free: $249.98, plus free S&H
- Buy 2 Get 1 Free w/Monthly Replenishment: $249.98, plus free S&H
While it may be slightly less expensive, keep in mind that if you choose the Monthly Replenishment Option, this means you’ll receive a recurring shipment of Androzene once every 30 days, and your credit card will be charged $89.99 plus $8.99 shipping and handling each time. According to the company, this can be cancelled at any time.
Androzene’s refund policy works like this: You’ll have a 30-day money back guarantee if you purchased a 30-day supply, and a 90-day guarantee if you purchased a 90-day supply. In order to begin the refund process, contact customer service at (800) 895-5939 to obtain a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number. Keep in mind that all returned bottles of Androzene will be subject to a $10 restocking fee.
What Do Other Consumers Have to Say About Androzene?
Androzene is manufactured by Health Club Diet, LLC based out of Beverly, MA. Unfortunately, we were unable to locate any additional information about the company during our research. However, despite being a product (versus a business) Androzene does have a B- rating with the Better Business Bureau, based on 10 closed complaints over the past three years, most of which appear to reference high price, problems receiving credit for returned items, and having personal information sold to other companies.
Outside of the BBB, online customers reviews regarding Androzene appear to be primarily negative, with the most common complaints citing failure to work, high price, and high caffeine content.
What’s the Bottom Line About Androzene?
So, does Androzene live up to its claims? Yes and no. Here’s why:
Primarily, you should keep in mind that there is no clinical evidence showing that Androzene works as claimed, and very little clinical evidence showing the ingredients it contains have any effect on male sexual desire/function. In fact, out of all the ingredients contained in Androzene, Yohimbine is the only one that has been clinically shown to improve sexual function by increasing arterial blood flow.
Nearly as important is the fact that Androzene is priced extraordinarily high (in fact, this is one of the most expensive supplements we’ve reviewed to date), and has a poor customer service reputation. And, as we mentioned in our Nutritional Supplement Buyer’s Guide, most companies that offer an autoship program should be avoided.
Between little to no clinical evidence to back up its claims, extraordinarily high price, and reputation for poor customer service, we would recommend speaking with your physician about sexual health supplements other than Androzene.
68 out 74 people found this review helpful
Not at all what we'd hoped for
These are expensive pills. A costly investment, and the product did not work.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
107 out 109 people found this review helpful
I paid well over 140.00. The product is a scam. Took as directed, no results (improved sex drive, etc.). Took for just over a month, nothing. Too bad there is no negative 10 stars. Should have known better, the scammers in the info. commercial, they look and sound so phony. Live and learn.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend