Pink Magic Review:
Pink Magic testosterone booster is actually no longer on the market. The product was created by USP labs largely to capitalize on the test booster craze but never seemed to be very effective. I wouldn’t recommend pink magic t booster to anyone based on the ineffective ingredients formula that it has.
The Pink magic ingredients formula consists of three primary ingredients:
There is only actually one study that has been done on this particular ingredient which showed that this ingredient raised testosterone levels in rats after 21 days.
Unfortunately, this ingredient has no formal scientific studies that prove definitively that it can increase testosterone levels. The normal name for this plant is the lotus plant and often both the seeds and leaves of the plant are used for medicinal properties, particularly fat loss.
Again, there is no proof to show that this ingredient actually increases testosterone levels. Although the plant has been shown to have antioxidant properties.
There are a few reviews online from guys saying that Pink Magic worked for them however it is very difficult to know how accurate their reviews are and if they speak the truth. It’s also important to look at other boosters and this post that asks the question, are testosterone supplements effective?
Personally I would not take this testosterone booster and would look elsewhere, the ingredients formula is pretty bad and can’t really be very effective.