Mini-Review of Dermacrine (8 weeks)

Cheeky Monkey

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So I've been taking Dermacrine for 8 weeks straight now and here's my review:
-It's topical; I basically slathered 4 pumps worth on my chest and shoulders. Usually dried up within 5-10 minutes. Why 10 minutes? Because I have a hairy chest like a Persian carpet. And it doesn't smell. By the way, I started at 220 lbs.

-First 2 weeks, I noticed better erections and a bit more confident feeling. But then for the next 6 weeks, I seemed to have stalled at some kind of cruise control feeling where I'm not feeling alpha but I'm not feeling beta as well.

-I did put on weight (226 lbs now) and I'm glad to say it's a mix of fat and muscle. I look bigger but not offensively so, given my stressful work (public school teacher), long commute (2 hours one way) crappy diet and sleep (I have a teething 11 month old baby and a postpartum anxious wife. So the odds were against me in terms of any chance of positive results but I feel that Dermacrine kept me from losing my mind and helping me retain some gains and even adding a little more including a little bit extra strength. I noticed an increase in appetite too.

-During the 4-5th week mark, I decided to add Sustain Alpha with Dermacrine but after experimenting with it for 2 weeks, I honestly did not feel any difference or see any dramatic changes so I decided to save Sustain Alpha for after completing the 8 weeks Dermacrine. I'm taking Sustain Alpha as I type.

All in all, I'd say Dermacrine is like the average Joe TRT. I'm 38 and it's definitely appropriate for someone my age and above. I just wish my circumstances were better in terms of work, family, sleep, stress etc because I feel Dermacrine would have shined more. Heck, I could have taken M1T and probably not seen any results given my hectic schedule and mental state. In any case, I'd definitely do another 8-week cycle of Dermacrine in the future.

Thanks for reading my review!
 
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short and sweet review .. glad you enjoyed the run.

you dont believe in trimming or shaving the rug ? lol


And yes i agree to the point, if you dont have that balanced somewhat stress free life, no matter what you take won't matter .. and welcome to being dad .. i have a 9 month or teething kid myself ( 3 on top, 2 at the bottom ) .. btwn his teething and unable to poo .. it becomes difficult to focus on other things.
 
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short and sweet review .. glad you enjoyed the run.

you dont believe in trimming or shaving the rug ? lol


And yes i agree to the point, if you dont have that balanced somewhat stress free life, no matter what you take won't matter .. and welcome to being dad .. i have a 9 month or teething kid myself ( 3 on top, 2 at the bottom ) .. btwn his teething and unable to poo .. it becomes difficult to focus on other things.
Thanks for the reply fellow dad-brah. Well, I guess I was exaggerating a bit; I got a hairy chest but not as bad lol! My wife loves it and I'm not a competitive bodybuilder or athlete, so why shave? If I do, it'll be like that Seinfeld episode where Jerry shaves his chest and is mortified by what he did, lol!
 
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Thank you for the review.
 

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