If the Ageless Male Amazon listing is to be believed these actually aren't too bad. But, if you have a quick look, the first thing you see is that customers are bribed to leave positive reviews of Ageless Male, thus burying the negative Ageless Male reviews. It's probably a good idea to actually send the free stuff that you promise people so they don't turn round and out you by changing their response. We've added a nice screenshot in case the review ever comes down. That and the fact that the reviews seem unbelievable in terms of muscle growth, sex life improvements and beyond plausible increases in free testosterone levels we can all make a quick conclusion here. Unfortunately we can't trust the customer reviews.
The most commonly asked questions about the ageless male testosterone booster
If you've got a zinc deficiency sure, however if your zinc levels are fine, then we doubt that the Ageless Male testosterone booster will do much of anything at all. (Supplementing zinc beyond the recommended dosage doesn't actually boost athletic performance, muscle mass growth or testosterone). Vitamin D can do this, but Ageless Male doesn't actually contain that.
Welcome to one of the shortest ingredients sections reviewed by EASNA's team, we're going to break this one down pretty quickly and link to the studies which show the recommended dosages so you can see for yourselves why we think ageless male is a poor supplement.
Vitamin B6 - So, there are benefits to b6, quite a lot actually, and it is essential for testosterone production . However, free testosterone levels don't really change that much for supplementation as most people typically get more than enough in their diet to maximise the male hormone production. This is a common inclusion in test boosters  and isn't supported by the academic literature beyond it's raising of energy. It does boost energy levels though. This is why it makes its way into a lot of energy drinks. It's also pretty good for your skin, so that's a nice aside, but this isn't really something to with test levels. It does also have a benefit to blood flow as a nitric oxide booster, thus can also have some benefits for male sexual health.
Magnesium aspartate - This is 16mg or 4% of your daily magnesium requirements. And whilst magnesium is a total and free testosterone booster  meaning it raises your overall testosterone levels and the amount that is free (not bound up by estrogen in the body) 4% of your daily requirement is not going to do anything to boost testosterone.
Zinc - Zinc as we mentioned in the introduction does raise testosterone levels in deficient men, only in deficient men.  Extra zinc supplementation won't do anything to improve muscle mass, or low testosterone levels.
Fenugreek seed extract - So this where it goes wrong, so far we'd have a relatively cheap men's vitamin blend, Ageless Male seem to think adding fenugreek makes it worth $35, it doesn't. On top of that whilst Fenugreek has been shown to be a testosterone booster, this is at a minimum of 500mg/day and most studies show it to be 600mg plus . Ageless Male includes 300mg. So, we can't say it's going to do much to boost testosterone.There's a whole host of test boosting ingredients missing here, there are better options for the price and infinitely better options for $10 more. Don't waste your money on Ageless Male.
We've got fake customer reviews of Ageless Male all over the place, an under dosed list of ingredients and a mid range price tag on a product that isn't even suitable as a budget testosterone booster. We can't recommend Ageless Male. Ageless Male Max falls foul of all the same issues, so we can't recommend that either. As it stands we'd say steer clear of the entire range and their deceptive marketing practices.
1 - https://today.oregonstate.edu/archives/2009/sep/zinc-deficiencies-global-concern
2 - https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03528538
3 - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/6727359/
4 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6920068/
6 - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/8875519
7 - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32048383/