Transdermal - useful for non-competition fat loss?
- 08-11-2011, 05:16 PM
- 08-11-2011, 05:31 PM
Interesting! Is that due to the potency of Eviscerate?
bdcc - I have used Eviscerate alongside Alpha-T2 and Erase and have no side effects with joint related issues. Despite common sense seeming that any dermal application would eventually be moved to the blood/lymphatic system, I can say that it doesn't seem to have occurred so far.
- 08-11-2011, 05:48 PM
Or do what I do and use both. Cortisol control+the SAT killing power of Eviscerate.
Can't wait to see what D has cooked up with Abliderate advanced.
08-11-2011, 07:49 PM
08-12-2011, 08:12 PM
Day 3 - Yowser.
Had the burn sensation all night and even after my shower the next morning for about 2hrs afterwards!
I applied when the burn stopped. I also found out that scratching you ears/balls will result in the burn even if you washed your hands 4 times after application. I have now invested in several pairs of disposable gloves to avoid this unique experience.
The combination of my stack and Eviscerate is trimming away my abdominal fat (the jiggly stuff,as put above). On tensing up, more ab muscle definition is becoming apparent (from solid fat to 2-3 differentiated areas). Even better is the physical prodding as it feels like the layer of fat is being reduced very fast.
Only downside (aside from burning hot testicles - oops!) is that the burn sometimes turns to an itch, but only for 10-15mins after application.
I've reduced lifting for now, and focussing more on HIIT and simple compound exercises to shed the fat. Once this is achieved, I will continue on Eviscerate but change my stack to stims/testboosts.
08-15-2011, 08:56 AM
Update to Day 5...
Wow. The burn continues after and during a shower; at night when the duvet is over you, the burn starts again. I have needed to reduce the shower temperature as the areas of application become hyper-sensitive, virtually amplification the perceived temperature of the skin there. This is purely sensation as the actual temperature is far less than perceived.
At Day 7 I will upload some shameful before/better after (week progress) pics.
I've found that it does indeed stain the matress cover, so may need to invest in another shower pre-bed. Also noticed it appears to come off in tiny bobbles - after a night's sleep, the bed is covered in a layer of tiny orange/brown balls which can just be brushed off. Don't know if this is dead skin or the solution itself.
So far I can state that the burn sensation took 1 day to take effect, but since then, it does indeed flare up.
08-17-2011, 11:41 AM
The product contains several thickeners that can combine with dead skin to form the little balls. A good exfoliation will not only increase effectiveness but reduce the amount of slough off.
08-17-2011, 11:50 AM
My Eviscerate is on the way. Naturally I acted proudly and thought "it can't burn me that much!" No Smolder for me, let's see if I regret that decision.
08-17-2011, 11:59 AM
08-17-2011, 12:10 PM
That is very kind of you to say so, thank you. My avatar is an old photo, I had a shoot last week when I came in looking much sharper.
I am due for a second meeting with a specialist modelling agency who supply the majority of cover models to Men's Health magazine so it is an excuse to spend a bit more on the fat loss side of things. I would like Eviscerate to help tighten me up a bit but think it might interrupt my sauna dehydration judging by what you say lol.
08-17-2011, 01:57 PM
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