Popular ProHormone brand IronMag Labs has reformulated their incredibly popular 1-Andro supplement which used to come in tablet form. This cutting edge formula is now available in a convenient, easy to apply and rapidly absorbable cream form. This formula promotes hard lean muscles and helps users get that dry chiseled look. IML 1-Andro cream helps reduce bloating and water retenton, promotes faster recovery, and increased muscle mass. 1-DHEA is a naturally occurring DHEA isomer which cannot convert to testosterone or estrogen, but which instead converts to non-estrogenic 1-Testosterone. IronMag Labs Super 1-Andro cream is more of a cutting prohormone. If you're looking for more of a bulking prohormone which increases testosterone checkout IronMag Labs Super 4-Andro Cream.
1-Andro does have some side effects, however at the end of the day this is considered by most to be a safe prohormone. 1-Andro comes with mild side effects and is much safer than the older variety of prohormones which were methylated.
A typical cycle will last between 6 and 8 weeks. It typically isn't worth it to run any less than 6 weeks, and users should take a break and a post cycle therapy support supplement and take a break from a cycle every 8 weeks.
Apply 1 full pump in the AM and 1 full pump in the PM for maximum benefits. Do not use this product for periods lasting longer than 8 weeks.
Ensure the areas are clean and free from excessive hair, avoid showering or swimming for at least 8 hours after application.
Aqua (Deionized Water), SD-Alcohol, 40B, Methylsufonylmethane (MSM, Dimethyl Isosorbide, Ethoxydiglycol, Propelene Glycol, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Oil, 1-Androsterone, Triethanolamine, Glycerin, Carbomer, Phenoxyethanol, Ehtylhexylglycerin.
Keep out of reach of children. Due to the nature of this formula, mild skin irritation may occur such as warming, itching, and redness. Keep away from eyes and sensitive areas.
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