Supreme Labs SARMs Review – The Most Varied SARMs Supplier?

Supreme Labs has been under my critical eye for quite some time now and there is a big reason for that; the variety of SARMs they bring to the table!

Not only that but I caught a glimpse of them partnering with AnabolicMinds, a very popular forum where, you guessed it, all types of anabolics are discussed.

Supreme Labs SARMs review

All this makes me very excited to write this Supreme Labs SARMs review, as I expect a lot from this company.

Let’s see how well they fared and where improvements could’ve been made!


Truth be told, the first thing I noticed upon entering the website was the slogan under their logo: Build. Cut. Conquer.

The message it conveys is a bit hackneyed but it fits the company well and doesn’t take away from their image.

Supreme Labs has most of their products displayed on the front page, the only thing bothering me is that CBD gummies take most of the limelight.

All their links work perfectly well and navigating the website is a breeze.

The website itself is designed nicely and the white background compliments the entire layout well.

Product Selection

This is where the company excels the most, showing us the true extent of their formidable product selection.

They have all kinds of CBD gummies, SARMs in capsule, powder, liquid and oil form,  Tadalafil (for male infertility), a few prohormones, TUDCA (liver support) and they even have 5a-Hydroxy-Laxogenin, which is a plant-based anabolic agent.

You should be careful with the latter if you’re an athlete or are actively competing since the USADA warns this product is often laced with prohibited substances.

Let’s get back to the main topic: SARMs.

They have all the SARMs and compounds associated with SARMs in stock, except for Ligandrol.

The reason why Ligandrol is not on sale is very likely due to copyright issues.

They even have research chemicals you won’t find so easily, such as GW0742 and SR9011.

Interestingly enough, Supreme Labs claims oils are the new evolutionary step within SARMs but I doubt it.

Oils might be a bit more viscous compared to liquids but no actual change in bioavailability or effectiveness happens when you take one over the other.

The company has some SARMs stacks that are questionable at best; up to five items are included in the stack, three of which are suppressive SARMs.

I would personally avoid their stacks, unless I was buying in bulk, planning on doing multiple cycles.

All in all, this company has the most varied SARMs stock that I’ve seen and I’m quite impressed.


Their pricing structure is quite competitive compared to other vendors.

For example, take their RAD140 capsules, where 900mgs of product sets you back 75$.

Compare that to a source like Behemoth Labz, where 1200mgs of product costs you close to 130$.

Supreme Labs wins in this example, but it’s not a landslide victory by any means, the difference is a few dollars.

It’s a similar story with their other products.

Quality Control

Their ‘About Us’ tab located near the footer mentions third-party lab tests two times, but try as I may, I couldn’t find any lab results from any of their products.

The truth is quite grim; this company doesn’t have any quality control!

I’m quite shocked by such a turn of events, especially since the vendor seemed so promising when it came to variety and price points.

Unfortunately, I will not be ordering or testing products from this company, at least until they can present third-party lab results in a transparent manner.

Shipping And Returns

It’s clear from the get-go that the company offers free domestic shipping for orders above 100$.

If you’re outside the US, tough luck, the offer doesn’t extend to you.

International shipments are quite costly with this supplier and a package to Australia can cost up to 40$ in shipping.

Domestic orders arrive between 3 to 4 business days, while international shipments can take up to two weeks.

The company does state that it may take up to twelve business days for your package to arrive, so that’s something to consider.

To be completely fair, their return policy is not that bad.

If three-fourths or more of the product is unused, you’ll be eligible for a refund, up to 30 days from the date of your purchase.

It’s important not to delete the email confirmation you get from the company since you also have to provide them with your order number.

Supreme Labs accepts quite a number of payment options, including all types of credit cards, Zelle, Venmo, Apple Pay, Bitcoin, Amazon Pay and Western Union.

Customer Reviews Online

Although this company has been around for a while, they are not that popular. There are a few Reddit threads about them with mixed reviews.

Some people complain that their products are not working, others are speaking positively about the efficacy of their SARMs.

It’s hard to trust any side in this story, as competing vendors could be pulling the wool over users with their negative reviews.

On the other hand, it’s entirely possible the company hired shills to promote their name…

I’m not pointing fingers at anybody, just stating that those are two possibilities that can’t be overlooked.

Moving on, their Facebook reviews are spotless and everyone speaks highly of their products.

They have a Reddit account but they haven’t engaged with the community much, it’s something they should definitely work on.

Unfortunately, they don’t have a TrustPilot page.

To conclude, people are polarized when it comes to this vendor; some praise them, others drag them through the mud.

Customer Support

You can reach the company via phone, email, Facebook and Instagram.

Supreme Labs really tries their hardest to be as varied as they can be, offering multiple options whenever they can.

I can’t personally vouch for their customer support, as I haven’t contacted them yet but you should be able to get through to them without any problems.


It amazes me how many different options you get when you choose this supplier as your SARMs source.

From payment options to modes of communication, this company has it all.

To conclude this Supreme Labs SARMs review, this vendor is quite promising but lacks a crucial component, lab results.

Unfortunately, I will not be able to recommend them as a SARMs source for the time being. They are completely lacking in quality control and that’s something that can’t be overlooked.

This could very easily change in the future, if only the company made their lab results public.

In the meantime, a safe bet is to buy SARMs from my recommended sources.

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