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HyperTone Excel is a testosterone booster that makes a number of impressive claims on its website, how accurate are these claims?
The following review will look at this offer in more detail and will uncover any hidden secrets that we should know about before ordering.
If you are tempted by this offer then I would suggest that you read on.
Claimed benefits of HyperTone Excel
Using HyperTone Excel is said to help:
- Boost free testosterone
- Enhance muscle mass
- Increase sex drive
- Reduce body fat
To check how accurate these claims are we will need to look at this product in more detail, in particular at the ingredients that have been used.
You should never sign up for an offer without first checking what ingredients it contains. The reason for this is that this is the best method of checking its effectiveness and whether or not the product will cause any side effects.
Ingredients found in HyperTone Excel
While there is no label, which is what we would prefer to see, we have a section showing what ingredients are found in this testosterone booster, these include:
Tongkat Ali, Horny Goat Weed, Monkey’s Head Hericium, Tribulus Terrestris, Korean Ginseng and Maca
These ingredients are often used in similar products, and that is because they do offer some benefit including increasing testosterone production.
Of course without a label we do not know how much of each ingredient has been used.
How much does HyperTone Excel cost?
Usually you would find the pricing information hidden away in the terms and conditions, however with this trial you will have to fill in your contact information to gain access to the prices.
On the second ‘order’ page you will find the pricing information in a small grey font underneath the button to order.
The initial price is $5.82 for postage, but this quickly increases to $127 at the conclusion of the 16 day trial.
This is much more expensive than you would imagine, as there are numerous mentions on the main website that you can claim a “free bottle”, when the reality is far from it.
HyperTone Excel also operates an auto-ship program, so you will find that further monthly deliveries and charges will be experienced.
Is HyperTone Excel recommended?
From looking at the ingredients used there maybe some benefit to using this product.
Unfortunately, there is one major issue with this offer that stops me from recommending it, and that is its price.
It is simply too expensive, and the auto-shipping is undesirable and likely to lead to complaints.
With this issue I would recommend looking for an alternative instead of wasting your time and money on this offer.
Contact details for HyperTone Excel
There are various phone numbers available on the HyperTone Excel website, a few are listed below:
New Zealand: +64-48319508
UK: +44 808 168 3669
Their email address is: email@example.com
If you have signed up to this offer please leave a review below using the comment form provided.
Alternative testosterone booster
D-Bal (available from Crazy Bulk) is our suggested alternative.
It contains proven ingredients that have been designed to mimic the benefits of the now-banned anabolic steroid Dianabol.
D-Bal however, is completely safe and legal to use. Providing the following user benefits:
- Increase in muscle mass and strength
- Improved blood flow
- Better oxygen retention
There is no trial option available either, so no hidden charges or auto-shipping to contend with.