I have been looking into a topical fat loss product for a while now. I am fairly lean anyway at 8%~ body fat but I am looking for something to provide me with an extra edge for photoshoots. The additional diuretic properties of topical caffeine and yohimbine drew me to Eviscerate.
I looked for reviews, I like reading at least a few before I buy something but information on this seems a bit sparse. This is not going to be a log as I will be running other things such as AnaBeta as well as Shift pre workout. When it is hard to contribute product results logs can be a little misleading.
For anyone who is looking for some more information on this product, here is a kind of mini log so to speak.
After hearing so many people saying the OG version (not Smolder) has an intense burn I felt like I would be backing down by getting the Smolder as the OG is supposedly marginally stronger.
- It is a brown liquid more than a cream and has quite a thin texture. It rubs on easily and seems to absorb within less than a minute of rubbing without a problem. No residue is left at all.
- The only things I can identify in the smell are alcohol and coffee. It smells quite nice.
- I rubbed two small pumps on my abs and obliques, starting as high as my sternum and running as low as a couple of inches above my pubic bone.
- I was expecting a violent burn and have even been warned to use gloves. Naturally I have to try it with bare hands to start with. No initial burn or anything noticeable. About five minutes later the area is starting to tingle and heat up. It feels similar to having left over chili on your skin (obvious observation with the ingredients) as well as a feeling similar to paresthesia from beta alanine but localised to my abs.
Anyone who has experience of running the product is welcome to chime in with what they noticed and anything they found in terms of optimal usage.
Anyone who is running Eviscerate OG (not Smolder) is welcome to contribute their thoughts to the thread in attempt to make this a better resource for anyone looking at running a transdermal.