Remember that the consumption of oily or fatty foods does not cause acne, nor will it make it worse. No studies – scientific or otherwise – have ever linked the two. Many bodybuilders also believe that tanning beds keep acne under control by “drying” the skin, but this is not the case. A tanning bed actually saps moisture from your skin and leaves the oils behind, and over time, tanning can cause skin cancer. Finally, using antibacterial soap to wash your skin can cause certain strains of bacteria to become resistant to the anti-bacterial agent, which can have a significant impact on your health.
Sorry ladies, but Trenbolone is not recommended for you to use. Trenbolone is known for having virilization effects. It will lead to many things that happen with masculinization, including a deepening of the voice and hair growth. Hair growth can occur both on the body as well as on the face. Clitoral enlargement can also occur. It will also bind itself to progesterone receptors in the body, leading to the body increasing its prolactin levels. Lactation and breast growth can occur as a result at smaller amounts than the other side effects listed above. If you are serious about using Trenbolone and you want to reduce some of the side effects, then things like bromocriptine and Vitamin B6 can be used.
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