Snap Testo Booster Review – Is It Right For You?

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By Thomas Youngerman

Reviewed by Juliana Tamayo, MS, RDN - Last Updated

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Testosterone is an essential hormone, an anabolic-androgenic steroid found in both men and women. However, it plays a more significant role in males as it contributes to male sexual health, the development of reproductive tissue, muscle growth, fat loss, and bone mass. The hormone is either produced by the body (endogenous) or created synthetically (exogenous). It’s well established that endogenous testosterone peaks in males in their thirties and then begins a gradual decline of 1% – 2% per year, leading eventually, in many instances, to a condition known as “Low T” or low testosterone. The symptoms of Low T, or androgen deficiency, include reduced sex drive, loss of muscle mass and bone density, weight gain, depression and mood swings, and decreased libido. 

Hence the development of synthetic exogenous testosterone, available in HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy) via injection, topical gels or patches, or pellets placed under the skin to help restore this vital hormone to normal levels. To be clear, the subject of this review, Snap Testo Booster, is not a synthetic hormone and contains no testosterone. Instead, test boosters are a class of products referred to in the scientific community as MIPS (Multi-Ingredient Performance Supplements) that promote the body’s production of testosterone or block the production of estrogen, the female sex hormone. 

So, how does Snap Testo Booster measure up? Does it have the right ingredients? Will it provide the benefits you want? In this Snap Testo Booster review, we’ll answer all of those questions and more. Let’s get started!

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Snap Testo Booster

Snap Testo Booster is a testosterone-boosting dietary supplement in vegetable capsule form containing vitamins, minerals, and two proprietary blends. The formulation comprises fifteen compounds: two vitamins, two minerals, seven compounds in the TestPlex Blend, and four ingredients in the Performance Blend. So, yes, Testo Booster qualifies as a Multi-Ingredient Performance Supplement.

Snap was co-founded by three friends who immigrated to the U.S. in the early nineties. Today the company markets an extensive line of supplements and gear on its website

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Although Testo Booster features two proprietary blends, the label is transparent, and each ingredient and its potency are clearly identified on the Supplement Facts panel. SNAP products are manufactured in the U.S. in a USDA-registered certified cGMP-compliant facility. The product is vegan-friendly, gluten-free, non-GMO, and with no added sugar. 

The hero ingredient is D-Aspartic Acid, in a one-gram dose per serving, designed to activate the production of your natural testosterone to “help you relive the good old days.” The site tells us Testo Booster will support your reproductive health, boost your energy and performance, add muscle, and improve your stamina.

The serving size is three capsules, best taken with light food and water. The website also suggests taking the product one hour before your workout as a pre-workout supplement. A 60-capsule size is offered on the website, which equates to a twenty-day supply. When purchasing from other retail sites, the product is available in a 60-capsule or 90-capsule size (30-day supply); for the best results, take the product consistently for six to ten weeks.

Snap Messaging – “Levels Drop Among U.S. People”

In the testosterone-boosting MIPS space, product benefits claims can sometimes push the boundaries of legality and believability. Snap takes a different approach and brings to light a real issue in the U.S. – male testosterone levels for all age groups have declined every decade since the 1960s. 

Further research brought us to an article by the Cleveland Clinic that supports Snap’s statements regarding this consistent decline unrelated to aging. Yes, test levels decline starting in the thirties, but this analysis showed declines of those the same age in different years, i.e., 1967, 1977, 1987, etc. Levels are dropping in each generation, mirroring an overall decline in health. What’s behind these declining testosterone levels? 

  • Excess weight, the U.S. is amid an obesity pandemic
  • Lack of physical activity
  • The typical Western diet 
  • Alcohol consumption
  • Poor sleeping habits
  • Environmental toxins

So, the target market for testosterone support products now includes younger men and those beyond their prime. One graphic on the Snap site seems to indicate 25 – 35 is the time to start supplementing. So, what does Testo Booster promise to deliver to those who are testosterone deficient, and what’s required to optimize its use?

Snap Testo Booster Benefits

Snap tag lines include, “You don’t have to be a victim of Low T” and “You can relive the good old days.” Specific benefits of using Testo Booster include energy, vigor, and vitality. Like most test support products, Snap also mentions:

  • Sex Drive
  • Libido
  • Performance
  • Body Composition – Muscle Mass and Weight Management
  • Bone Density and Joint Health
  • Male reproductive health
  • Stamina

A point of difference with Testo Booster is their focus on using the product as a pre-workout – and the promise of good hair. The good hair claim is unique in a test booster and usually is in the realm of collagen protein. 

We agree with Snap’s approach of supplementation combined with cardio and resistance training. Strength training and high-intensity interval training have been shown to boost testosterone numbers immediately. Maintaining a healthy diet and body weight also will benefit testosterone production and overall health. 

Snap Testo Booster Ingredients

As mentioned, the three major components are vitamins/minerals, the TestPlex Blend, and the Performance Blend. We review each of the ingredients and provide an overview of what the clinical evidence says below. 

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Vitamin – Minerals in Testo Booster

Vitamin D3, 125 mcg (equates to 5,000 IU) – In clinical trials, Vitamin D (at 3000 IUs) is shown to increase testosterone levels. Additionally, D3 supports the immune system and bone and muscle health and has anti-inflammatory properties.

Vitamin B 3 Niacin, 10 mg – Some research shows that B3 may be useful in treating erectile dysfunction. It is also beneficial for the nervous and digestive systems. The RDA is 16 mg; however, most people meet their needs through diet. 

Calcium, 45 mg – Often used with D3 for bone health, calcium may promote testosterone production when combined with resistance training. 

Zinc, 15 mg – There is a known correlation between zinc deficiency and lower testosterone levels. Older men with Low T nearly doubled their testosterone levels when supplementing with zinc. Zinc also slows the conversion of test to Estradiol.

Change in Testosterone Levels with Supplementation

SupplementIncreaseDecreaseNo ChangeNo Data or Conflicting Data
Vitamin DXX
Vitamin B3X

TestPlex Blend

D-Aspartic Acid, 1 gm – The key ingredient in Testo Booster per the Snap website – for male hormone production. This naturally occurring amino acid supports testosterone production and lean muscle gains and may help with weight management. Research on D-Aspartic Acid’s ability to increase testosterone levels has yielded mixed results, with some trials showing improvement. The dosage in most clinical trials is 2.6 to 3.0 grams. 

Horny Goat Weed, Epimedium, 400 mg – Used in traditional medicine as an aphrodisiac, Epimedium is believed to address low libido and is beneficial in treating E.D. due to its ability to promote nitric oxide production. Most dosage recommendations are in grams. 

Tongkat Ali – (Eurycoma Longifolla) 110 mg – Its role in Testo Booster is to increase virility. In published research, Tongkat Ali significantly increased testosterone production, to normal levels, at a dosage of 200 mg per day.  

Stinging Nettle, 60 mg – Studies indicate Stinging Nettle may prevent testosterone’s conversion to estrogen, allowing for more free testosterone in the system. Often used in testosterone support products for prostate health.

Diindolylmethane (DIM) 50 mg –Diindolylmethane has been shown to inhibit an enzyme called aromatase, which converts testosterone to estrogen. A key ingredient in many testosterone support products, DIM may also combat prostate enlargement and prostate cancer. 

Fenugreek Extract, 50 mg – Known for its ability to boost serum testosterone levels, Fenugreek was highlighted in NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information) studies as effective in increasing libido, sexual function, and energy. However, most clinical trials had significantly higher doses (600 mg) than the 50 mg in Testo Booster. 

Tribulus Terrestris, 50 mg – One of the more prevalent ingredients in the test boosting space, shown to increase testosterone in clinical studies. Tribulus may also enhance the libido; however, there is no clinical support for muscle or strength gain. Dosages are typically 500 – 1,000 mg per day.

Change in Testosterone Levels with Supplementation

TestPlex BlendIncreaseDecreaseNo ChangeNo Data or Conflicting Data
D-Aspartic AcidXXXX
Horny Goat WeedX
Tongkat AliX
Stinging NettleMay block estrogen production
DIMInhibits the conversion of testosterone to estrogen

Performance Blend

Saw Palmetto, 100 mg – Positioned by Snap as an energy and performance component, Saw Palmetto also supports the urinary tract, protects the prostate, and helps prevent hair loss – explaining the “good hair” benefit claimed for Testo Booster. 

Asian Ginseng, 100 mg – Used in traditional Chinese medicine for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. In trials, ginseng has been shown to address the symptoms of erectile dysfunction, improve brain function, and increase energy. Most clinical tests, however, use 200 mg – to two or three grams. 

Sarsaparilla, Indian 50 mg – This unique compound in a testosterone support product is from a group of tropical plants that contain saponins. Best known to alleviate joint pain, sarsaparilla is an anti-inflammatory that may help protect the liver. 

Bioperine Black Pepper Extract, 5 mg – The only trademarked compound in Testo Booster. Bioperine’s role is to enhance the absorption of the other components.

Change in Testosterone Levels with Supplementation

TestPlex BlendIncreaseDecreaseNo ChangeNo Data or Conflicting Data
Saw Palmetto X

To summarize, Testo Booster is a complex, multi-ingredient formula with eight compounds clinically proven to support testosterone production. Further, the product has two components, DIM and stinging nettle, that inhibit the conversion of testosterone to estrogen. The patented BioPerine should also improve the bioavailability of the other compounds. These are all positive aspects; however, several essential ingredients are severely under-dosed. The most egregious examples are Fenugreek, Tribulus, and D-Aspartic Acid, all containing significantly less than the amount used in clinical trials. 

Claims vs. Reality

Although at less than optimum dosages, the combination of research-based testosterone-building ingredients, coupled with the BioPerine, will stimulate the production of testosterone, particularly in those with Low T. Customers who follow Snap’s advice to couple exercise, HIIT, or resistance training, with their supplementation will see the best results. 

We are not as bullish on Testo Booster as a pre-workout supplement – simply, too many proven pre-workout components are missing. However, stacking Testo Booster with one of Snap’s Nitric Oxide products (capsule or powder) could be an interesting pre-workout strategy with the potential to increase lean muscle.

Customer reviews on the website are almost unanimously positive, rating 4.7 out of five stars, with most mentioning energy as the primary benefit. Although generally positive, reviews on other sites, such as, are less glowing than the website, with 4.2 of five stars. 

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How Snap Does Testo Booster Compare?

Although Snap’s Nitric Oxide Boosters rank well within their segment, the same cannot be said for Testo Booster. There are simply too many superior products on the market, as illustrated by the product’s sales ranking on The Snap product comes in at #93 in category sales behind more established brands such as Nugenix, Muscle Tech, Cellucor, M Drive, and Animal Staks.

Many products in the competitive space include multi-ingredient formulations containing either trademarked compounds (with clinical trials to support their efficacy) or similar ingredients to Snap Testo Booster, but at significantly higher dosages.  

Who is Snap Testo Booster Best For?

Even though we mentioned testosterone levels have been declining at all age groups over the past several decades, most men will not need to consider supplementation until their forties. That said, anyone suffering fatigue, lethargy, reduced libido, or just a lack of passion for work, exercise, or sex, could be indicators that levels are too low.

Anyone encountering these symptoms should visit their doctor and have the appropriate tests conducted to determine the cause. For example, a simple blood test can determine testosterone levels. Should androgen deficiency, or Low T, be the culprit (the American Urological Association defines “Low T” as less than 300ng/dL), it may be treated in various ways, with supplementation the most convenient and least intrusive. 

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Snap Testo Booster

  • Formula includes vitamins, minerals, a TestPlex Blend, and a Performance Blend
  • Ingredients are vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO
  • Benefits sex drive, libido, performance, stamina, joint health, and more

Is Snap Testo Booster Safe?

Although most test-boosting supplements are made with natural products and are generally safe, some potent ingredients could cause adverse side effects or interact with other prescription medicines. 

Potential adverse effects of testosterone supplements:

  • Elevated heart rate or blood pressure
  • Headaches
  • Prostate issues
  • Gynecomastia – breast swelling

The most serious potential issue with test-boosting supplementation is the potential for liver damage. Thus, we recommend caution and consultation with your primary physician before beginning a testosterone product regimen.

Snap Testo Booster Pricing

Snap’s website retails Testo Booster for $28.95 for a one-time purchase, with a “Subscribe and Save” option at $26.95, which saves 7%, for a 60-capsule container.

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A 90-Day Money Back Guarantee is available for products purchased on the company site.

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Thomas Youngerman

Thomas Youngerman is an entrepreneur and author in the health and wellness space with extensive experience in the supplement industry. He has owned multiple sports nutrition stores and served as the Category Manager and Director of Business Development for a regional chain of nutrition stores. Thomas created a successful line of men’s healthy aging supplements that was distributed in GNC, The Vitamin Shoppe, and Kroger, and later sold to a West Coast corporation. Thomas was previously a certified nutrition coach. He has a strong understanding of nutrition, supplement formulations, DSHEA, cGMP, and FDA regulations.