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I wanted to introduce our company, Xtreme Performance Gels and our first product, Suppress-C, to everyone on Anabolic Minds.

Many of you may be familiar with the original Suppress-C which was an old Competitive Edge Labs product and we have licensed the name from Competitive Edge Labs to bring back this awesome product.

In the next couple of weeks, we will be introducing an upgraded version of another product name that some of you may have been familiar with that will hopefully excite a lot of people, especially those that are looking to lose a lot of visceral fat.

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Advanced Cortisol Control Gel
Topical Defining & Lean Muscle Matrix

Suppress-C contains B-Androstenetriol, a naturally occurring DHEA metabolite that is commonly associated with reducing cortisol levels.

Cortisol is a stress hormone that is commonly associated with increased fat storage (especially in the abdominal area and love handles) and with being catabolic (breaking down muscle tissue).

B-Androstenetriol Highlights:
- Supports Cortisol Control
- Supports Fat Loss
- Helps Preserve &/or Build Lean Muscle
- Possible Anti-Inflammatory Actions

Ask yourself a few questions:
- Are you having a hard time losing fat?
- Does your progress feel stuck in a rut?
- Do you find yourself holding fat in your abdominal area and love handles?
- Are you having a hard time building lean muscle?
- Do you need or wish to retain lean muscle while dieting?

People that answer yes to any of the above questions may be interested in B-Androstenetriol.

Note: Suppress-C contains approximately 25 mg. B-Androstenetriol per 1 ml.

Does the name Suppress-C sound familiar?
The name Suppress-C was at one time synonymous with topical cortisol control products. So much so that Xtreme Performance Gels purchased the naming rights to Suppress-C to bring back this legendary name. If that isn’t exciting enough, Xtreme Performance Gels has acquired the rights to another legendary topical name/formulation and will be reintroducing it as well in the coming months.

Stress & Fat Storage:
You often hear about how stress can make you gain weight.

In today’s world, how many of us can really say that we aren’t under a lot of stress?

At first glance, many people tend to think when they hear about stress making you gain weight that this is referring to people that tend to eat more or eat poorly as a means of coping with stress, but that isn’t always the case. To understand how stress can contribute to fat storage, one has to understand the basics of cortisol.

What is Cortisol?
Cortisol is considered to be a stress hormone and is released by the adrenal glands. When the body is under stress (either physical or psychological), the body may produce excess cortisol to try to help combat the stress. The body’s way of helping combat the stressors is by liberating energy stores and cortisol assists in that process by breaking down muscle protein into amino acids as fuel sources for the body. This process can be detrimental to overall body composition because it can lead to increased fat storage and decreased lean muscle tissue.

It is important to note that while cortisol has negative effects on overall body composition, it isn’t entirely negative as it does have some useful applications which is why its important to think of cortisol in terms of controlling it rather than eliminating it.

Cortisol – Potential Effect on Lean Muscle:
Cortisol breaks down muscle protein into amino acids for use as a fuel source. In layman’s terms this means that cortisol breaks down your hard earned muscle tissue. By helping suppress cortisol levels, it may allow one to keep more of their hard earned muscle gains.

Cortisol – Effect on Fat Storage:
Cortisol assists in breaking down stored body-fat into fatty acids so that the body can have an immediate energy source to help combat stressors. At first, this may sound like a good thing but the long-term effect of this action is these fatty acids being stored as the most easily accessible type of body-fat for the same future use – visceral fat. Visceral fat is the type of fat that is located around the internal organs and most commonly associated with a variety of health conditions. Also, by altering fat distribution from subcutaneous fat to more cortisol sensitive areas, this may have detrimental effects on physical appearance. For example, cortisol sensitive areas include the abdominal ‘pot belly’ appearance, excess facial fat storage, etc.

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I’m glad to see you post here and I wanted to post and confirm that what XPG is saying is legit in that they licensed the rights for the Suppress-C name CEL and I’m excited to see the product back.

I’m not sure they would want me to point this out and hopefully they don’t mind, but the product has actually been out for a few weeks and they were originally not going to post here on AM out of respect because they didn’t want to be seen as trying to compete with other topical companies here.

XPG’s marketing and the couple of upcoming products I’m familiar with by them will be very different from other topical companies and they utilize a different topical carrier mechanism so I think there will be plenty of room for both companies to do their own thing without much direct overlap/competition. (Plus, I think a lot of many of the reps for the other topical company here so I really hope everyone gets along).

I appreciate XPG’s interest in bringing back Suppress-C and wanting to do everything the right way. As part of this process, they are also using the same topical manufacturer that CEL did so everyone can be assured that the quality of the carrier mechanism is top notch.
 
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Very happy to see this back, brings back the memories 🙂
Same here. Back in the day, Suppress-C was one of the best fat loss products I ever used.
 
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Just chiming in that I am helping out with some formulations and licensing carriers and such on these.

Also, in case it is forgotten knowledge, we did the carriers on the old Supp-C and the Formestane one, back when.
 
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Very nice. I just recently used another B-Androstenetriol product and are interested to compare them. Carriers can make all the difference!
 
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Just chiming in that I am helping out with some formulations and licensing carriers and such on these.

Also, in case it is forgotten knowledge, we did the carriers on the old Supp-C and the Formestane one, back when.
It's exciting to me to see these back and exciting to me about your involvement. Formestane got the most talk for obvious reasons, but Suppress-C was a great seller and had some phenomenal feedback on it.
 
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It’s nice to see this make a comeback! I haven’t delved too much into topicals but this does sound intriguing.

The carrier should be money though, people loved this back when it was available.

Interested to see what else you have in store!
 
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Good stuff, I used to use the CEL version during week 2-4 of PCT to curtail muscle loss due to cortisol increases from suddenly dropping androgen levels.
 
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Really glad to see this. This was one of my favourite products back in the day, and I still use this ingredient once a year. Really solid pick up :)
 
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Oh wow .. talk about blast from the past .. loved the stuff back in the day

Picked up 2 bottles to stash away on a nice deal .. if any1 is interested can be found 2 for $75 at A1 sauce

 
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Welcome. While we sell a similar product here, we are not the first or only topical company on this forum, and we support any positive growth of the industry.

I'm looking forward to see some of your other releases. Will everything be transdermal, or do you expect to release any capped products?

Maybe start a thread where we can guess what other products you are bringing back(when the time comes). I already have some ideas.
 
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I wanted to introduce our company, Xtreme Performance Gels and our first product, Suppress-C, to everyone on Anabolic Minds.

Many of you may be familiar with the original Suppress-C which was an old Competitive Edge Labs product and we have licensed the name from Competitive Edge Labs to bring back this awesome product.

In the next couple of weeks, we will be introducing an upgraded version of another product name that some of you may have been familiar with that will hopefully excite a lot of people, especially those that are looking to lose a lot of visceral fat.

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Advanced Cortisol Control Gel
Topical Defining & Lean Muscle Matrix

Suppress-C contains B-Androstenetriol, a naturally occurring DHEA metabolite that is commonly associated with reducing cortisol levels.

Cortisol is a stress hormone that is commonly associated with increased fat storage (especially in the abdominal area and love handles) and with being catabolic (breaking down muscle tissue).

B-Androstenetriol Highlights:
- Supports Cortisol Control
- Supports Fat Loss
- Helps Preserve &/or Build Lean Muscle
- Possible Anti-Inflammatory Actions

Ask yourself a few questions:
- Are you having a hard time losing fat?
- Does your progress feel stuck in a rut?
- Do you find yourself holding fat in your abdominal area and love handles?
- Are you having a hard time building lean muscle?
- Do you need or wish to retain lean muscle while dieting?

People that answer yes to any of the above questions may be interested in B-Androstenetriol.

Note: Suppress-C contains approximately 25 mg. B-Androstenetriol per 1 ml.

Does the name Suppress-C sound familiar?
The name Suppress-C was at one time synonymous with topical cortisol control products. So much so that Xtreme Performance Gels purchased the naming rights to Suppress-C to bring back this legendary name. If that isn’t exciting enough, Xtreme Performance Gels has acquired the rights to another legendary topical name/formulation and will be reintroducing it as well in the coming months.

Stress & Fat Storage:
You often hear about how stress can make you gain weight.

In today’s world, how many of us can really say that we aren’t under a lot of stress?

At first glance, many people tend to think when they hear about stress making you gain weight that this is referring to people that tend to eat more or eat poorly as a means of coping with stress, but that isn’t always the case. To understand how stress can contribute to fat storage, one has to understand the basics of cortisol.

What is Cortisol?
Cortisol is considered to be a stress hormone and is released by the adrenal glands. When the body is under stress (either physical or psychological), the body may produce excess cortisol to try to help combat the stress. The body’s way of helping combat the stressors is by liberating energy stores and cortisol assists in that process by breaking down muscle protein into amino acids as fuel sources for the body. This process can be detrimental to overall body composition because it can lead to increased fat storage and decreased lean muscle tissue.

It is important to note that while cortisol has negative effects on overall body composition, it isn’t entirely negative as it does have some useful applications which is why its important to think of cortisol in terms of controlling it rather than eliminating it.

Cortisol – Potential Effect on Lean Muscle:
Cortisol breaks down muscle protein into amino acids for use as a fuel source. In layman’s terms this means that cortisol breaks down your hard earned muscle tissue. By helping suppress cortisol levels, it may allow one to keep more of their hard earned muscle gains.

Cortisol – Effect on Fat Storage:
Cortisol assists in breaking down stored body-fat into fatty acids so that the body can have an immediate energy source to help combat stressors. At first, this may sound like a good thing but the long-term effect of this action is these fatty acids being stored as the most easily accessible type of body-fat for the same future use – visceral fat. Visceral fat is the type of fat that is located around the internal organs and most commonly associated with a variety of health conditions. Also, by altering fat distribution from subcutaneous fat to more cortisol sensitive areas, this may have detrimental effects on physical appearance. For example, cortisol sensitive areas include the abdominal ‘pot belly’ appearance, excess facial fat storage, etc.

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How long does bottle last at recommended doses of 4ml per day? I can’t seem to find anything in the write up
 

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Welcome. While we sell a similar product here, we are not the first or only topical company on this forum, and we support any positive growth of the industry.

I'm looking forward to see some of your other releases. Will everything be transdermal, or do you expect to release any capped products?

Maybe start a thread where we can guess what other products you are bringing back(when the time comes). I already have some ideas.
this is what I love to see on this forum, awesome attitude man 🙂
 

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I’m adding to many posts to this thread, sorry guys.

anyway I’m going to run this alongside a trt dose, do you guys think adding epiandrosterone would be to much or stack well?
 
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I’m adding to many posts to this thread, sorry guys.

anyway I’m going to run this alongside a trt dose, do you guys think adding epiandrosterone would be to much or stack well?
keep me posted. i’m using t gel and have some phlojel on the way too.
 
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is this meant to be applied directly to the problem areas?
Suppress-C is systemic and based around better absorption of B-Triol.
 
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I’m adding to many posts to this thread, sorry guys.

anyway I’m going to run this alongside a trt dose, do you guys think adding epiandrosterone would be to much or stack well?
I think epiandrosterone would be a great stack with Suppress-C. Back when Suppress-C was originally offered, people stacked Stano-Drol (epiandrosterone) with it with great results. CEL Stano-Plex 300 would be a great stack with this.
 

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I think epiandrosterone would be a great stack with Suppress-C. Back when Suppress-C was originally offered, people stacked Stano-Drol (epiandrosterone) with it with great results. CEL Stano-Plex 300 would be a great stack with this.
sounds good, been looking into getting stano plex so I think I will stack these and possibly log.

(I am muckl3 by the way, had to register again due to issues unrelated to this forum so new start, if any admin see this I have sent an email explaining)
 
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Just chiming in that I am helping out with some formulations and licensing carriers and such on these.

Also, in case it is forgotten knowledge, we did the carriers on the old Supp-C and the Formestane one, back when.
Thank you for the post. We really appreciate your help. I have always thought the Avant carriers set the gold standard in the industry and we're happy to be using them.
 
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Welcome. While we sell a similar product here, we are not the first or only topical company on this forum, and we support any positive growth of the industry.

I'm looking forward to see some of your other releases. Will everything be transdermal, or do you expect to release any capped products?

Maybe start a thread where we can guess what other products you are bringing back(when the time comes). I already have some ideas.
Thank you for the professional and kind post.

As of now, everything we have planned is topical but it could lead to capped or powdered products down the road if the demand is there. We have two exciting releases lined up and are open to ideas from people as far as what they would like to see.
 
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Excited about getting the 6-8 we have designed or mostly designed out.
From what I've seen, there really is a lot of exciting stuff lined up. I'm curious to see how it goes; it seems like years ago people realized and appreciated the benefits of topicals more than some do now. Suppress-C was one of my all time favorite products and a couple of the formulas I've seen coming up are really really exciting.
 
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Is the main ingredient (b-AET) third party tested to make sure it is of high purity and not contaminated? I only ask because as a topical it goes straight into the bloodstream.

Assuming the raw ingredient is from China, and since their certificates of analysis tend to be less than trustworthy in many cases, I am wondering if there are any third party verification being done on the purity of the hormone.

Thanks!
 
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I can verify on that one for them because that was part of the agreement for allowing them to license the Suppress-C product name.

B-Triol in general was never one that we saw any issues with that I recall from back when we sold this under CEL years ago.
 

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I wanted to introduce our company, Xtreme Performance Gels and our first product, Suppress-C, to everyone on Anabolic Minds.

Many of you may be familiar with the original Suppress-C which was an old Competitive Edge Labs product and we have licensed the name from Competitive Edge Labs to bring back this awesome product.

In the next couple of weeks, we will be introducing an upgraded version of another product name that some of you may have been familiar with that will hopefully excite a lot of people, especially those that are looking to lose a lot of visceral fat.

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Advanced Cortisol Control Gel
Topical Defining & Lean Muscle Matrix

Suppress-C contains B-Androstenetriol, a naturally occurring DHEA metabolite that is commonly associated with reducing cortisol levels.

Cortisol is a stress hormone that is commonly associated with increased fat storage (especially in the abdominal area and love handles) and with being catabolic (breaking down muscle tissue).

B-Androstenetriol Highlights:
- Supports Cortisol Control
- Supports Fat Loss
- Helps Preserve &/or Build Lean Muscle
- Possible Anti-Inflammatory Actions

Ask yourself a few questions:
- Are you having a hard time losing fat?
- Does your progress feel stuck in a rut?
- Do you find yourself holding fat in your abdominal area and love handles?
- Are you having a hard time building lean muscle?
- Do you need or wish to retain lean muscle while dieting?

People that answer yes to any of the above questions may be interested in B-Androstenetriol.

Note: Suppress-C contains approximately 25 mg. B-Androstenetriol per 1 ml.

Does the name Suppress-C sound familiar?
The name Suppress-C was at one time synonymous with topical cortisol control products. So much so that Xtreme Performance Gels purchased the naming rights to Suppress-C to bring back this legendary name. If that isn’t exciting enough, Xtreme Performance Gels has acquired the rights to another legendary topical name/formulation and will be reintroducing it as well in the coming months.

Stress & Fat Storage:
You often hear about how stress can make you gain weight.

In today’s world, how many of us can really say that we aren’t under a lot of stress?

At first glance, many people tend to think when they hear about stress making you gain weight that this is referring to people that tend to eat more or eat poorly as a means of coping with stress, but that isn’t always the case. To understand how stress can contribute to fat storage, one has to understand the basics of cortisol.

What is Cortisol?
Cortisol is considered to be a stress hormone and is released by the adrenal glands. When the body is under stress (either physical or psychological), the body may produce excess cortisol to try to help combat the stress. The body’s way of helping combat the stressors is by liberating energy stores and cortisol assists in that process by breaking down muscle protein into amino acids as fuel sources for the body. This process can be detrimental to overall body composition because it can lead to increased fat storage and decreased lean muscle tissue.

It is important to note that while cortisol has negative effects on overall body composition, it isn’t entirely negative as it does have some useful applications which is why its important to think of cortisol in terms of controlling it rather than eliminating it.

Cortisol – Potential Effect on Lean Muscle:
Cortisol breaks down muscle protein into amino acids for use as a fuel source. In layman’s terms this means that cortisol breaks down your hard earned muscle tissue. By helping suppress cortisol levels, it may allow one to keep more of their hard earned muscle gains.

Cortisol – Effect on Fat Storage:
Cortisol assists in breaking down stored body-fat into fatty acids so that the body can have an immediate energy source to help combat stressors. At first, this may sound like a good thing but the long-term effect of this action is these fatty acids being stored as the most easily accessible type of body-fat for the same future use – visceral fat. Visceral fat is the type of fat that is located around the internal organs and most commonly associated with a variety of health conditions. Also, by altering fat distribution from subcutaneous fat to more cortisol sensitive areas, this may have detrimental effects on physical appearance. For example, cortisol sensitive areas include the abdominal ‘pot belly’ appearance, excess facial fat storage, etc.

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How would you stack these? Can they be applied at the same time? For instance ab-solve on the stomach region and the suppress c on the top of the feet?
 
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How would you stack these? Can they be applied at the same time? For instance ab-solve on the stomach region and the suppress c on the top of the feet?
Yes, you can definitely stack Suppress-C and Ab-Solved. Ab-Solved would be applied to the areas you are trying to target and Suppress-C could be applied to the inside of the arms, inside of thighs, tops of feet, or other.
 
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How would you stack these? Can they be applied at the same time? For instance ab-solve on the stomach region and the suppress c on the top of the feet?
I think it would make for a great stack. I plan on running these myself starting beginning around beginning of March.
 

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Has anyone had any issues with the pump mechanism on their Suppress-C? I bought a bottle of Suppress-C and Ab-solved from DPS. The Ab-solved pumps fine. The supress-c after just a few days is pumping practically nothing out, pretty much just air. It's at the point where I'm just going to have to open it up and measure out the doses manually. Anyone have the same issue or any suggestions?

Also, how long after applying is it fine to shower?

Thanks!
 
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Has anyone had any issues with the pump mechanism on their Suppress-C? I bought a bottle of Suppress-C and Ab-solved from DPS. The Ab-solved pumps fine. The supress-c after just a few days is pumping practically nothing out, pretty much just air. It's at the point where I'm just going to have to open it up and measure out the doses manually. Anyone have the same issue or any suggestions?

Also, how long after applying is it fine to shower?

Thanks!
I'm guessing you got one of the one with the clear lids? The bottles they generally use are the ones like Ab-Solved is in (white lids) but those bottles were out of stock at one point bc cosmetic and CBD companies use them a lot so XPG had used a different bottle with clear dispensers. It was supposed to be the same type bottle and they are airless dispensers; and the dispenser mechanism on some of the bottles didn't work properly. That was the reason the Ab-Solved initial launch had been delayed - they were waiting on having the original bottles back in stock.

I would either wait about 30 minutes after a shower to apply it or wait at least 4 hours before showering after applying it if it were me.
 
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SNS answered the question above. The bottles with the clear lids were supposed to be the same but we did experience some issues with the dispensers so are only using the bottles with the white lids. Sorry for any inconvenience to anyone that that caused.
 

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