Micronised creatine

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    Micronised creatine


    Hi Guys,
    after having done my fair share of trials (dymatise expand, omega thunder, cee) I still think that the most efficient, safe and long lasting effect is given by normal creatine mono.
    However, the puffy face that mono gives u does not appeal to me; my question for who has tried; does micronised creatine such AST give u still the puffy look or because it is micronised this effect is minimised?
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    Micronizing is for smaller particle size to supposedly enhance absorbtion and ease possible stomach discomfort, but all creatine, if it's working, will cause Dr. D Moon face, if you are suspectible to that side, it's due to the effect of the increased cellular water retention in all Creats.
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    Agree with Rogue Drone, if your face swells up like a balloon on any other creatine... more than likely it will on any other form of creatine. Try Scivation Creaform though... really good supp.
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