Reviews – A New Concept is a pharmacy selling a combination medicine solution for men’s health. They say that they are offering a new standard of treatment, but how well does it work, and is it right for you? We look at what the pharmacy says to help you decide.

Domain Details
Origin CountryUnited States
Business Profile
Pharmacy NameRugiet
Licenses, and Approvals
Pharmacy Checkerno
Customer Support
Shipping Options
Regular Mailno
Express Shippingyes
Free Shippingyes
Payment Modes
Credit/Debit Cardyes
E-Check/Personal checkno
Western Unionno

Domain Name Information

registered in 2019The domain address used by the store has only been registered since 2019. This might make the store seem less reliable, but we can also see that it doesn’t expire until 2030. This long expiration means they have faith in their business suggesting they are more likely to be legit.

There isn’t any contact information for the pharmacy in the database, however, since a privacy service has been used.

Business Profile

The store says that they are headquartered in Austin, Texas. There is an address and the business name RX23 on the site. When we check the address, it is offices, though we can’t confirm for certain that they are located there.


Regulatory Approvals

The store displays a regulatory seal from LegitScript that claims they are certified. When we check this, we do find that they are approved as they claim. This means that the store should be operating to higher standards and that they have met the legal requirements that they need to sell meds online.


The store also has a HIPAA compliant seal, indicating that they are protecting the privacy of their customers. This is a necessary requirement to sell medicine online within the USA.

Meeting these requirements shows that the store is operating in a safe way for their customers.

Treatments Sold

The pharmacy offers a men’s health treatment that they say is more effective than more traditional treatment options. They combine a men’s health drug with a dopamine promoter to improve results.

Prices aren’t cheap, however, with the lowest strength option costing $80 for 6 doses. They do offer subscriptions that save $30 per month, or $100 if you are willing to have deliveries every 3 months.

rugiet package

The store does ship to most states, but not everywhere. The reason for this is thanks to the different rules the states have and the requirement to be authorized in different jurisdictions.

While this might be inconvenient if you are in a state not served by the store, it does show that they are operating in a way that is safe for their customers.

The pharmacy is operating from Austin, Texas, and they say that this compounding pharmacy is correctly licensed, though there isn’t any confirmation of this.

You will need to fill out a medical questionnaire that will be reviewed by a doctor. If it is found that the treatment is right for you, a prescription will be written and your order will be processed immediately.

You will also need to provide a photo ID before your meds will be prescribed. This is because it is required by many state boards and the DEA.

Payment and Shipping

The store doesn’t accept insurance, and they say that this is because it is compounded medicine. The store doesn’t reveal what payment options are available, but it is likely that major credit cards are accepted.

The store uses UPS to ship meds to customers. They use UPS Ground for Florida, and UPS Air for other states except for Hawaii. Fed Ex delivers to Hawaii. Shipping is included in the cost of the meds for subscriptions and $10 otherwise. Tracking is also available through their website. Reviews

The store has some reviews from their customers. They display 13 comments from customers on their site and they rate the store highly. This isn’t surprising as comments posted on a pharmacy’s site are unlikely to be negative.


Customers seem very happy with the combination of drugs supplied by the store. But it would be better to find feedback on independent sites, which we haven’t.


This store does appear to be offering something different which some customers do find work well. They do have some accreditation, seem to be working from a genuine business location, and are trying to introduce a new concept to the industry.

They do seem to be a legit pharmacy, though the prices are more than most of their competitors. We give them a trust rating of 65%.

Possible Alternatives

If you want to choose another online pharmacy, you can have a look at the pharmacy rating organized according to the level of our trust in them. This rating is based on our reviews and is available at the following link:

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