• Positive

    • Uses D-Aspartic Acid, Fenugreek & Vitamin B6
    • Includes a lot of ingredients
  • Negative

    • Missing a lot of key ingredients
    • A lot of choices are just filler
    • Uses a proprietary blend
    • Just one serving a day
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  • Overall Score: 6.2/10

 TestroVax Review

Natural T boosters will typically try to give you confidence in their effectiveness in one of two ways.

There’s our personal favourite, proudly displaying an impressive ingredients list in all its fully dosed glory.

Then there’s other brands who just price themselves at higher end of the supplement market and expect us to assume we must be paying for quality.

Novex Biotech TestroVax

TestroVax by Novex Biotech falls into this second category and aims to:

  • Increase testosterone levels
  • Enhance libido and sex drive
  • Improve strength and stamina

In fact they claim the product can boost T 42% in just 12 days. Absolutely benefits worth paying for, the only question being, is TestroVax the one to deliver them?

Proprietary blends give us the names of everything we’re taking but keeps us out the loop on dosages. There’s really no good reason for any makers to do this and it should ring alarm bells straight away as far as quality.

Still, let’s not pre-judge and check it out.

How Does It Work?

At a Glance

  • Testrothione™ Proprietary Blend to do everything.

Starting to see the problem with proprietary blends? We’ll take a closer look at what that involves after the scores…

The Scores

The Scores

TestroVax offers us a few ingredient high spots from its giant mystery mash-up of a proprietary blend. Vitamin B6, D-Aspartic Acid and fenugreek in particular are all welcome in any good booster. The problem is, with the exception of B6, we don’t have any information on volume.

All these choices will have a minimum dose they need to reach to be useful. Below that and they might as well not be there at all.

There’s an awful lot of filler in this formula too. Things that won’t help our testosterone much if at all. Again we have no way of knowing which there’s more of – good choices or bad – thanks to the secretive blend. But the fact that they won’t tell us should give you a hint.


If it was quantity that made a good supplement, TestroVax would be well within its rights charging just under $60 a bottle. There’s certainly a lot of ingredients crammed in. But clearly it’s not quantity which makes a worthwhile product, it’s quality.

Again the proprietary blend is part of the problem. But even without the numbers, looking at the names on the label, there’s not enough stand outs to justify the high price tag.


When talking about trust there are two ways you can look at it. On the one hand, it’s fair to say TestroVax isn’t unsafe. It’s U.S made and carried by some big retailers, so it one of those supplement horror stories you sometimes here.

But then that’s only half the battle when it comes to these products. At the end of the day using a proprietary blends mean we’re cut out when it comes to a lot of vital info. Like whether the best ingredients are there to work or just make the label look good.


TestroVax doesn’t offer any testimonials on their official site meaning we miss out on the detail. Instead you’ve got to go looking for short user reviews from various retail sites.

This might be fine if all the feedback was glowing, but actually it’s a pretty mixed picture. A lot of people report either no effects or hardly any, while others note a slight rise in energy. Difficult to feel confident before you buy then and a high price to take a punt.


Novex Biotech have their headquarters in Salt Lake City Utah and have been in the supplement game for 20 odd years. In that time there have been no major scandals or obvious scams linked to them.

So whatever we think of TestroVax, Novex Biotech at least seem legit.