transdermal topical prohormones
Transdermal Prohormones/Products Cycle Guide, Information and Reviews
What is a transdermal prohormone?
Transdermal prohormones are liquid versions of popular prohormone compounds which are able to be applied topically to a certain area of one’s skin (such as the chest, upper arms, legs, shoulder, or upper back) instead of having to be taken orally. Transdermal prohormones have a much higher bioavailability (absorption efficiency) and are also much less toxic on the body due to the fact that they do not require going through the same conversion process via the liver as oral prohormones. Transdermal prohormones absorb directly into the bloodstream through the user’s skin barrier.
What are the top transdermal prohormones/products?
Dienazone by Iron Legion - precursor to trenbolone. Very efficient at fat loss and building quality lean muscle
X1-KT by Iron Legion - The actual compound that 11-oxo is a precursor to. Great for preserving mass while shedding body fat.
Formeron by Black Lion Research - transdermal version of formestane. Great for reducing estrogen conversion and helping boost testosterone.
Forma Stanzol by Mr Supps - transdermal version of formestane. Very effective at reducing estrogen and helping prevent gynecomastia.
What are the different kinds of transdermal products?
Prohormones - Dienazone, X1-KT, Xosterone
Aromatase Inhibitors - Formeron, Formastanzol
Fat Loss - Lean Cream, Pump Spray
Testosterone Boosters - Dermacrine
How do you use it and what is the best way to take a transdermal product?
Transdermal supplements should be applied roughly every 12 hours. Application sites include chest, shoulders, upper arms, legs, or upper back.
The best time to apply a transdermal compound is usually after a shower. Users should be sure to scrub the application areas thoroughly with a loofah or washcloth in order to remove oils from pores and top layer of dead skin in an attempt to maximize the absorption of the transdermal prohormone. When applying, wear a pair of latex gloves to prevent the liquid from rubbing into your hands (can cause irritation if rubbed into eyes). After applying, wash hands thoroughly with soap and warm water.
It is best to apply the transdermal supplement and wait about 30 minutes to 1 hour before working out, swimming, or taking a shower (it is best not to scrub the application area when taking a shower after applying the transdermal). Avoid contact with women and children as the compound can be rubbed off onto them. Keep the application areas covered with clothing if possible.
Do I need cycle support when taking a transdermal prohormone?
Yes. Transdermal prohormones, although they do not put additional stress on the liver, will still require a cycle assist in order to help stabilize blood pressure levels and also to support prostate.
Do I need to do Post Cycle Therapy after using a Transdermal Prohormone?
Yes, it is still a prohormone compound and will alter one’s natural hormonal balance, thus requiring a proper recovery phase upon completion of the cycle..
What are the potential side effects of using a transdermal prohormone?
Some users may experience skin irritation or rashes at the application areas from the transdermal supplements. This can be avoided by rotating the application sites daily and applying lotion to the application sites that are not going to be used that day.
- Lean Cream by GenXLabs£22.43