Transdermal HCG is a relatively new form of HCG that comes in a gel for use on your skin. The question of whether it works depends on several factors. Here are the realities of this form of HCG that you should know about before deciding on using it yourself.
I am often asked what the difference is between the various ways you can take HCG for weight loss. There is Oral hCG, Transdermal hCG and the oldie but goody hCG Injections. But what are the pros and cons, both in terms of convenience …
Publish Date: 11/23/2008 14:52
The Most Important Key
Keep in mind that HCG is a protein that degrades quickly at room temperature when it is dissolved in liquid (including gel or cream). If you are considering a product that allows you to store it without refrigeration, then you almost certainly have a product that does not contain real HCG.
Also keep in mind that dry HCG, in powder form, is stable at room temperature until you mix it. That is why all directions for using HCG must be very clear about the need to refrigerate the hormone after you dissolve it in liquid.
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