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GH for tightening skin - 09-30-2018, 05:31 PM

I've see a few people say GH works wonders for tightening loose skin after weight loss. Any truth to that?

Essentially, my wife and I have had all the kids we're gonna have and she's dropped down to her weight from back in college. Kids can kind of stretch the skin in the midsection out a little, and she'd rather not do surgery if something else works well. It's not a lot of skin, it's just a little loose for her to be happy in a two piece.
   
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I feel like with HGH my skin, hair and nails are all better, not to mention it keeps my midsection tight and lean as well.
   
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09-30-2018, 08:21 PM

Is going to take a little time for it to work for skin but it does- the other healthy eating- and putting baby oil on in shower and a light rinse- keep the skin moist
   
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Thanks for the replies. Yeah, we're not expecting it to work overnight, but maybe give it a run for 6-8 months and see how it goes.
   
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09-30-2018, 11:35 PM

It could definitely help. HGH is great for skin and healing. I would also recommend a good multi vitamin and extra zinc.


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Lightbulb 10-01-2018, 06:27 PM

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Thanks for the replies. Yeah, we're not expecting it to work overnight, but maybe give it a run for 6-8 months and see how it goes.
Exactly, its something that happens gradually over time with HGH.
6-8 months is a good range to see how it works for you.
   
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10-02-2018, 12:26 AM

What dose are you thinking about? I would start at 1iu and she shouldn't need more than 2iu daily. Over the long term it should help with her skin. Pick a brand that is known for less water retention. Some brands may cause water retention even at a low dose.
   
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10-20-2018, 06:54 AM

Keeps mid section supa tight!
   
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10-21-2018, 09:46 AM

Thanks brothers. 1 IU a day for 2 months to see how that works, then up to 2 if we need more. I've been thinking of giving it a run myself since I'm stay so damn beat up from the dumbass training I do.
   
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10-22-2018, 01:20 AM

Iíve been non stop for like 18 years never heard or seen .although added to your AAS cycle it will help lean you out
   
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Def works just takes time


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everyone is different the key is it takes time to work its magic
   
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