Nugenix Reviews: The Good and Bad

I’m looking at Nugenix reviews for their Free Testosterone Booster. Just to clear up any confusion to start with.

Nugenix produce two products.

  1. Nugenix Free Testosterone Booster
  2. Nugenix Prostate Health Support

This article, and the Nugenix reviews here, are all related to number 1, the Nugenix testosterone booster.

Who Makes The Nugenix Testosterone Booster?

The Nugenix office address is listed as being in Salt Lake City, UT,USA. The official site contact page can be found here.

In their FAQ though they explain:

The same company that produces several supplements including Instaflex which is the #1 selling joint support supplement in GNC stores. The company is based in Boston, MA and Charlotte, NC.

The site is clean and information easy to find. A refreshing change from the usual hyped sales crap that comes with most testosterone booster sites.

I’ve researched a lot of similar products and most common I find a steroid pumped guy on a black background with flames coming out of his biceps. And a massive red “Claim Your Free Trial” type button to suit.

Ok, I’m over-exaggerating just a tad, but reviews for those Xtreme Xplode XXXL Testosterone type products often confirm what the sketchy marketing has to say. Ineffective, over-priced, potions that prey on skinny guys desperate for bigger muscles.

Tangent over, let’s get back to these Nugenix reviews. All that was to say. I like Nugenix off the bat. Their online presence is transparent. You can call them, email, or drive right up to the office and say hi. They even list their call center hours.

Unbiased Nugenix Reviews

Completely unbiased are of course near impossible to confirm.

What I mean by unbiased is that I’ve collated a mix of good, bad, and somewhere in between, reviews from different sources. My aim is to see what the trend when considering as many voices as possible in order to find some truth.

Here are my Nugenix reviews findings.

Nugenix Reviews from The Official Site

The Nugenix reviews page on the official site features a form where people can leave their own reviews. Currently there are four public Nugenix reviews. All positive as you would expect from the official site. Most producers avoid publishing negative reviews.

I just finished my first bottle and have a few thoughts. I definitely have more pep on my step. I’m only 48 but feel very recharged. It’s hard to explain exactly, but my energy and “bedroom interest” are definitely up” — Stanley, GA

Bought this during gold card, already noticing a big difference. At 52 it’s helping me hit the gym hard again and feel a bit younger.” — Jones, SC

What I like about the latter is it’s not overwhelmingly positive. And because of that it seems legitimate.

The source of the reviewers cannot be verified though and we just have to decide whether to believe those or not. So on to the next source.

Amazon Nugenix Reviews

At the time of writing there are 270 Nugenix reviews on

The overall average rating is 3.2 out of 5 stars. Which may not seem like much, but is actually outstanding for a natural testosterone booster.

Amazon Nugenix reviews

And that rating breakdown looks like this:

Amazon breakdown Nugenix reviews

Let’s have a look at one of the worst reviews.

The user LF gave only 1 star on November 30, 2012.

Don’t buy anything from Nugenix! They will begin to charge your credit card and not stop. You have to involve your credit card company and struggle to get them to stop. This company is a scam.

The purchase is verified and I don’t see why someone would leave a negative a review just for the sake of it. But it’s hard to justify calling the product a scam. It’s sold through GNC, one of the largest health and fitness supplement distributers on the planet.

And more, Nugenix is a top seller there. I’ve bought plenty of products from GNC over the years, mostly in store, and have never had an issue with payment.

What happened to this gentleman is likely that he ordered a free trial from In the terms and conditions Nugenix explain how their auto ship program and free trial offer works clearly.

Here is the full text from their terms and conditions page, which you can read at the link just above:

You must pay a shipping and processing fee of $4.99 for us to send you a 14 day trial supply of Nugenix. We typically ship the product the day after you place your order (except that orders placed Friday-Sunday will be shipped the following Monday). We allow up to 4 days for you to receive the trial supply. Thus, in order for you to have 14 days to try the product, we consider the end date for your trial period to be 18 days after you place your order, which is 14 days plus 4 days for processing and transit.

If you do not call customer service to cancel within [18] days of ordering your trial, you will be charged $74.98 plus any applicable tax to the card you used to place your trial order. You will also be enrolled in our auto-ship program. The number of trials is limited to one per household. See details below.

Auto-Ship Program
Unless you cancel before the end of your trial period as specified above (within 18 days after placing your order), you will automatically be enrolled in our Auto-Ship program. We will ship your first 30-day supply of Nugenix at the end of your trial period, and you will be charged $74.98 plus any applicable tax. Thereafter, you will continue to receive a fresh 30-day supply of Nugenix about every 30 days for as long as you stay a member of our auto-ship program. The card you provided when you ordered the trial product will be automatically charged $74.98 (plus tax if applicable) when each new product ships. To cancel future shipments in the auto-ship program, you must call 1-855-714-3234 at least 1 day prior to the date that your next monthly delivery ships.

Personally, I’m ordering from GNC.

To balance out the Amazon Nugenix reviews, let’s have a look at a 4 star review.

To all those that get sucked into the auto renewal, your fault…Just go to GNC and purchase a gold card and get 20% off everything the first week of every month. I bought two bottles at about $47 each. I find the product increases my energy level overall…for all those who wanted a larger and harder penis, just get for real and realize this product will not do that for anyone. The complainers talk about shills being present to write positive reviews…who is paying them to write negative ones. If you have not tried the product, do not write a review. If you can’t cancel a free trial, then grow some and don’t take no for an answer, quit blaming the product for your insecurities and ineptitude. BTW, I had ZERO problem cancelling my auto-renew. Anyway I liked the sample so bought the product. Try it, if you don’t like it…quit using it :-)

Kind of backs up my suspicion. People are used to getting trapped in auto ship programs with ineffective products. Nugenix is not that type of product though. It’s legit and most people are saying good things. Nugenix seems effective for most though, but what about unwanted side effects?

Last point on Amazon, Nugenix is ranked #18 in Health & Personal Care > Sports Nutrition > Testosterone Boosters. That’s 18th in all of the testosterone boosting products on Amazon. That’s super impressive by any measure.

Nugenix Reviews from GNC

The Nugenix Testosterone Booster is a top selling GNC product.

GNC Nugenix reviews

Nugenix reviews on tell a similar story to Amazon, 3 out of 5 stars. I won’t bore you with pasting more reviews here, go and check them out for yourself.

By Arnold — Updated December 1, 2015