I have seen BlueSky being mentioned plenty of times online, which is why I have decided to put together an in-depth BlueSky Peptides Review.
Peptides are often used to help speed up recovery with tendons and ligaments. Therefore it is extremely important that you have high-purity Peptides, you want the best results you can get. If your products are underdosed, you won’t feel any effects at all.
BlueSky Peptides is known as one of the largest Peptides vendors online, but are the products they sell worth using?
If you want something that will help heal your injuries, you’re going to need some high-quality stuff. These guys claim to have the highest quality peptides you can get but I’m very sceptical. The first thing I noticed was that Bluesky Peptides have extremely low prices.
The fact that they have very cheap products could be a red flag. You will see that these guys offer buy 1 get 1 free on most of the peptides they sell. This means that for GHRP-2 5mg you’ll be paying only $15 per bottle. I have never seen prices that low.
So we’ve talked about prices, but how is the quality? On each product page, you will find the product specifications including purity. You want the purity of a product to be at LEAST 98%.
Let’s take a look at BPC-157, one of the most popular peptides around. On the product page, they claim that it’s at least 98.99% purity. There are also HPLC documents attached to each product. When checking out the report for BPC-157, you’ll find that there is no company mentioned anywhere on the report. That is very strange to me, there should at least be a Certificate of Analysis available. Especially with them claiming to have high-quality products.
I’m not sure guys, the fact that they have third-party reports with no company information or anything is strange. I could be wrong, let’s see what users have to say about BlueSky Peptides.
BlueSky Peptides User Reviews
As you might already know, I’m a very big advocate of reading user reviews. In my opinion, the reviews of a company are able to tell you exactly what the quality of the products are like. Especially in the Peptides and SARMs industry.
For user reviews, I like to check out various forums where research chemicals are popular. I decided to check out what users had to say about BlueSky Peptides, which was quite disapointing, to say the least.
If they have legit products they should have evidence of independent testing.
I asked them a few weeks ago and they never replied, which leads me to believe they don’t test their product before reselling it.
Here’s one of the comments I found on a topic about Bluesky peptides. This guy pretty much hits the nail on the head. They should be able to provide you with proof that they have legitimate products. This person decided to e-mail them about the testings and never got a reply.
If you look
ontheir reviews it will say that their products are heavily underdosed. I rolled the dice on them anyway because it was a buy 1 get 1 free deal, and figured that if it was underdosed I would have two vials anyway and it would come out to the same. I was wrong.
Again guys, these are just reviews I have found on Bluesky Peptides online. I don’t have any personal experience with these guys and I will not be giving them a shot. There are too many negative reviews about this vendor which is why I have decided to go with a different company.