Most athletes today consider Andriol a very poor buy. I know other references do find use for this drug, which is defendable because some amount of steroid clearly does enter the blood stream in tact. Technically it is still an oral testosterone, and definitely does not carry the same liver-toxicity risks associated with most steroids designed for this type of administration, so all is not Post. Those specifically looking for a mild oral at times do purchase this product, and occasionally are even satisfied with their results. But for most its high price and required high daily dosages usually causes them to avoided it when crossing it on the black market. Besides, if we want a mild steroid the last thing we really should shop for is a testosterone.
A: New skin cells are ‘born’ every day and they take 28 days to reach the ‘top of the skin’. When we use a product like Pradiance which contains Kigelia, one should start to see results after 28 days. Some people can see the pigmentation ‘break up’ at first and sometimes there is a tiny bit of flaking in small patches which is the healing process ‘getting rid’ of the excess pigmentation marks/scar tissue/sun spots. With the knowledge of knowing how gently but deeply the Kigelia works, this is a good sign but is not the same for everyone.