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    Thick skin issues? How to thin skin?


    Any supplements out there that can help thin out very thick skin? Reduce visceral fat? I have a bloated stomach from a recent adrenal cortext tumour which I recovered from that released too much corticosteroids. Any supplements to reduce visceral fat?

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    Re: Thick skin issues? How to thin skin?


    Quote Originally Posted by Gungadin View Post
    Any supplements out there that can help thin out very thick skin? Reduce visceral fat? I have a bloated stomach from a recent adrenal cortext tumour which I recovered from that released too much corticosteroids. Any supplements to reduce visceral fat?
    A cortisol controller should help, many great options out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3clipseGT View Post

    A cortisol controller should help, many great options out there.

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    Hydroxy citric acid works very well for that and will aid in glucose control
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    Thanks for the replies. I have bloated stomach, and also very loose and thick skin around my neck and face and arms which is not letting me attain the cut look. I look older for my age (20) most would think I look 30. Im also hoping these products can increase/produce vascularity? my body fat is 20%. It used to be about 13% back when I was still doing Silat (pre-tumor)
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    Im thinking cortisol control would be your best bet on the subject. We it comes to making skin look crisp and tight I think of Free Test. NeoVar does this too by increase muscle volume, not reducing anything.

    A lot of that is genetic. You just gotta find a good "look" for your skin type. I can't get the paperthin skin so I tend to aim for full appearance.

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