On a good note men I am always game for some decent priced topical DHEA. Looking forward to this release. Sj
Transaderm vs. Dermacrine debate aside, it just seems to me like making a DHEA topical *could/should* be a practical and economic alternative to either of these products. For me it's simply a matter of having no idea where to begin other than having a couple of inexpensive ingredients : DHEA and isopropyl alcohol. I figured all I would need is a proper carrier oil such as grapeseed oil or DMSO. Can anyone tell me where I'm going wrong here and how it would be feasible to create a topical DHEA formula?
Never made a transdermal but I've noticed the ones that dry well are using a surfactant, usually with delimonene. Surfactant is kind of like a soap that's used in the plant/agricultural markets. It's designed to help herbicides and insecticides absorbed better and faster through the pores of the plants leaf.
When do you want it to be released?
OG Dermacrine sucked for absorption.....it would stay wet for hours on end. The more recent incarnation of Dermacrine dried fantastic (but still way too much product to apply, the pump actuation is rather large). I lucked out and got transaderm for Buy one get one free AND buy three get one free so essentially buy 2 get 2 free when you enter both codes. This was 4-6 months ago when there was no real hope for dermacrine to come back. at buy 2 get 2 free it works out just about even for cost btw. Personally I don't care for having to search out all sorts of discount codes in order to get a fair market price for something that is retardedly overpriced