Thinking about doing dermacrine for my next cycle. As both are around the same sort of price in the UK, was wondering which would be better. Are the absorption rates similar for both? If there are differences, then which of the two is absorbs better and has more supporting ingredients?
The one advantage of the Dermacrine-LV is no risk of contact transmission to others. This is especially important to me due to having a wife and young daughter at home.
Both products are very effectve. It depends on your situation and overall preference. I would say that the TD version probably kicks in faster, but in the end the results are pretty similar overall based on anecdotal feedback.
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i like the trans better, just my .02
and if it helps in any way, I dig the LV.
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Haha...thanks guys!! So basically, I've had one vote for TD and one for LV!!!
LV is more convenient. You just shoot it down and you're done, no rubbing in, waiting for the cream to dry, etc. I prefer the LV because of the convenience and it provides the same results that the trans does.
Instead of starting a new thread just wanted to ask a quick question.
I was going to run trans Dermacrine 4 weeks for 4 pumps day, but instead I'm going to run it 6 weeks at 5 pumps a day, should I do 4 pumps in the morning and 1 pump pre-workout or just all 5 in the morning?
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bout to run the topical for the first time in a couple weeks so ill let you know but reading up on things i like the theory behinfd topical more, but had pretty good results from the LV before,
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I would use the LV.
just seems like less of a hassle to me.
I've heard the Topical works better but the LV is definitely a lot more convenient. Topical gets kind of annoying.
I am using TCF-1 and LV is just so convenient IMO. FOr further PP use, I will be sticking with LV. Done in a second
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I was wondering the same thing for Sustain (LV vs. topical). Has anyone ran each of these, or has PP done any inhouse testing to see if they are equally efficient?
i the past i was in favor of the transderma- ive been running sa and derma trans for a bit after running the LV a few months ago- im gonna stick to the LV. less hassle, quicker, and im thinking ( at least for me ) i get the same results. LV for the win.