Peptides are extremely popular in the bodybuilding and fitness industry. They enhance the recovery of tendons and ligaments after intensive workouts. With faster recovery, they help put you back in the gym much faster, which is why they are so popular among advanced athletes. Peptides are also very useful when recovering from injuries. This is very important in the bodybuilding scene because so many weight lifters lose a lot of time on the sidelines due to injuries.
Unfortunately, getting the best peptides is not a walk in the park. Most of the peptide vendors on the market sell low-quality drugs that are either too weak to produce the best results or completely useless. In other cases, we’ve seen bodybuilders complain of side effects caused by low-quality peptides.
Blue Sky Peptide is one of the many peptide suppliers on the market. The US-based company specializes in peptides and other research chemicals. They claim to have the “highest-grade” research peptides on the market but is that really true, or is it all just a marketing gimmick?
The user reviews on this vendor are mixed at best, and this is not a good sign. Some buyers seem to be satisfied with the quality of the products, but we also have an overwhelming number of customers who are disappointed by the quality of the drugs and other aspects of the company, such as customer support. This is one of the several reasons that make it quite hard to recommend the vendor.
The most notable thing about the Blue Sky Peptide website is the sky blue color theme, which can feel a bit obnoxious. I get that they were trying to stay on theme with the name, but it just feels a bit too much. Anyway, the website layout is still decent enough for a smooth shopping experience. At the top of the homepage is a language translation button with extensive options. You can switch from English to French, Arabic, German, Turkish, and many other languages. This should be good news for international buyers.
Finding the items you want on this website is easy enough. They have a menu for catalog research peptides where you will find all the peptides you want and another for research liquids, which carries other research chemicals you may need. The company also sells bulk peptides where you can buy various peptides at a discounted price. You could save as much as 78% by buying bulk peptides from this vendor! The minimum quantity you have to order to get the discount ranges from 10 to 30, depending on the specific peptides you are buying.
Blue Sky Peptides has one of the best product catalogs of any peptide vendor. All the big names are available here, and they also stock some of the newer peptides that are just entering the market.
Some of the peptides available in this store are:
- Blend CJC 1295 NODAC GHRP-2
- Blend CJC 1295 No DAC GHRP-6
- Blend CJC 1295 No DAC Ipamorelin
- BPC 157
- MOD GRF 1-29
- CJC 1295 W-DAC
- Epithalon Peptide
- Fragment 176-191
- GnRH Triptorelin
- IGF-1 DES
- Melanotan II
- IGF-1 LR3
- Phospho DSIP
- MGF Peptide (Mechano Growth Factor)
- PT-141 (Bremelanotide)
- SNAP-8Thymosin Beta 4 (TB500)
Other research chemicals available at Blue Sky Peptide are:
- Ketotifen Fumarate
- T3 Liothyronine
- T4 Levothyroxine
- Tamoxifen Citrate
- Toremifene Citrate
They also sell 1ml droppers to help you with accurate dosing.
Blue Sky Peptide Pricing
Blue Sky Peptide has perhaps the lowest prices of any peptide vendor. That’s as exciting as it is scary. Even more scary is the fact that they are running an insane discount where you are given 2 peptides at the price of 1, i.e., buy 1 get 1 free on selected peptides. In other peptides like the GHRP-6, you will get a bottle for free when you buy two bottles.
We all love discounts, but at some point, the deal can become too good, leaving you with nothing but worries. How does one vendor manage to sell peptides at such low prices and still remain afloat when other suppliers are struggling even with higher prices? How have they managed to keep the prices so low? For instance, a 5mg vial of BPC 157, one of the most popular peptides on the market, is going for $47.95, but you will actually get two vials for this price! Two 5mg of GHRP-6, another very popular peptide, is going for just $32. Is it possible that the company compromised quality to cut down on expenses and make the drugs so affordable?
The two main ways of telling the quality of these drugs are through lab tests and anecdotal evidence. Experts recommend using peptides that are at least 98% pure. According to Blue Sky Peptide, all their products are tested for purity. They even provide reports under each product where they attach a certificate of analysis, HPLC report, and Mass Spectrum Report. That’s great practice. Unfortunately, the reports do not show any details on the laboratories that did the tests. Sure, you will see that the purity is above 98%, but without information on the lab that conducted the tests, how can we do independent follow-ups? Personally, I would prefer a vendor that shares the certificates and lab results while giving me the details of the lab that did the tests.
Blue Sky Peptide reviews from other buyers are also very mixed. Some people are pleased with the peptides, but the majority seem to be frustrated. This makes it really hard to tell whether you will get anything beneficial from these cheap peptides.
BSP Rewards Program
Blue Sky Peptide runs a reward program that earns you a point for every dollar you spend. Joining the program is really easy since all you have to do is create an account on the website, and you are automatically enrolled. You will also receive 100 points for creating an account. Signing up for their newsletter earns you an additional 25 points. You will then earn 1 point for every dollar you spend.
Once you have enough points, you can start redeeming them right away. The minimum you can redeem is 500 points, which is equivalent to $25, while the maximum redeemable points are 2000 to get $100 off your order.
You cannot use BSP points on bulk orders. Also, all reward points expire within a year.
Shipping and Return Policy
Blue Sky Peptide provides same-day shipping for all orders placed before 12 pm EST on weekdays, excluding holidays. The orders placed after the cut off time will be processed and shipped in the next business day.
Blue Sky Peptide ships through USPS. Domestic shipping charges are as follow:
- USPS First Class Shipping – $4.99
- USPS Priority – $9.99
- USPS Express $24.99
Domestic orders above $99 (before discount) will receive free USPS Priority Shipping.
Blue Sky Peptide also provides international shipping. Charges and method of shipping will vary depending on the country. Shipments to Canada usually cost $29.99 to $39.99 and $39.99 to $54.99 for other countries.
Blue Sky Peptide offers a 30-day guarantee that you can use to get a refund or exchange in case there is a problem with your order. You must contact the vendor first before returning the items. Shipping charges are never refunded.
You can get in touch with Blue Sky Peptide through a telephone number or fill a form on their website. Sadly, their phone support is very limited. Also, many users seem to complain about late or lack of responses from the company.
Blue Sky Peptide may have some of the best prices on the market, but the lack of transparency on independent lab tests is a serious concern. Mixed user reviews are also very worrying. In summary, I believe you will sleep better at night buying your peptides from a reputable vendor that guarantees 3rd party lab tests and first-class customer support.