Loti Labs Review

I’ve been personally been very curious to test Loti Labs products myself, and see what an independent test would say about their products.

As I did with Blue Sky Peptides, when I purchased their BPC-157 and TB-500, they had no idea that I was going to be testing their products.

There was a discount running on both of these products, and a 15% off coupon for signing up for their newsletter. The coupon was easy to apply. I went with the credit card payment this time and checkout went smoothly.

I emailed them about the order, to see how they would respond. They had great customer service, with a very quick response time. They were also very helpful with any questions that I asked. I was very impressed with how they dealt with me as a customer.

The shipping was also very quick, and there were no issues with the package or the order.

Loti Labs Test Results

In regards to the test, I was also very impressed. The TB-500 came out as 100% and the BPC-157 was 99.2%. Both were much higher than I expected them to be. You can go through the reports to see.

Overall, I was extremely impressed with Loti Labs and can absolutely recommend them. They were a pleasure to deal with, and have great products.


link: Loti Labs

On another note:

Some users had issues with the the previous test, which I spoke to the lab about. One point was about the early spikes. This was from salt clusters. Most peptides are sold as acetate or chloride salts so they don’t burn during injection and retain the native conformation when lyophilized and rehydrated. The type of mass spec they use, qTOF, shows these easily. This early elution peak is not counted, whether it is mass spec or UV. There was nothing abnormal about this, and I’m expecting we are going to see this with every test.

Another point is that they didn’t do fragment analysis. They can’t measure purity and do fragment analysis at the same time. Fragment analysis to confirm the sequence is time consuming and expensive. Due to the fact that I’m paying for these tests myself, I do not have over $1000 to pay for every test. There are a few shortcomings with the tests I’m running, and they can be addressed, but it is expensive and outside the scope of basic purity testing.

For the purposes of this exercise I’m doing with different sources, these tests are perfect. The aim is to find high quality suppliers that aren’t selling tainted products for when I run my own tests.

Blue Sky Peptides BPC-157 Review and Test
Blue Sky Peptides TB-500 Review