Archive for March, 2013

There has been talk of HGH going around, but no one really talks about the specifics. Usually you hear only the acronym, and some explanation like “It makes you feel and look young!” or “it rejuvenates the skin so it’s smoother and enhances physical beauty!” Nobody seems to know how to explain it exactly. What is HGH? HGH stands for Human Growth Hormone. It is produced by the pituitary gland, which is found at the base of our brain. It helps to stimulate the production of cartilage, bone and muscle. Body composition, fluids and the sugar and fat metabolism are also regulated. There’s a possibility that it can also help with heart function. What Are Its Uses? Growth Facilitator – as mentioned before, it helps in the growth of bones, and has been used to help stunted children grow taller in Europe. Due to the fear of diseases being transmitted, it was developed synthetically, and has been shown to be highly effective in helping those with unusually short stature to reach their full potential. Osteoporosis Aid – osteoporosis is a disease that often occurs in women. This affects the bone as women grow older. Bone production becomes slower; bone loss exceeds normal levels or both. Because of this, they become brittle, and in the worst case scenarios, you can break a bone from simply hitting a hard object. HGH can effectively stimulate the bone marrow to produce more bone cells thereby preventing this from happening. Muscle Builder – muscle mass has always been important to…

Women often take great pains to seek out beauty. Women are wired to look more beautiful and to do whatever they can to keep the beauty they have and enhance it. They would change their diet, exercise faithfully, alter their lifestyles and use many beauty products to that effect. Other even change their bodies using liposuction or breast augmentation. One of the great symbols of beauty is white skin. Many women have tried and tested different ways to have lighter skin, and some choose chemical treatments. While these do show results, they may result in bodily harm in the long run if abused, due to their chemical composition. What Are These Chemicals? Hydroquinone – if a skin bleaching cream has over 2% hydroquinone, it may cause side effects like itching, or a stinging sensation. Skin may turn red where hydroquinone is applied. If discontinued, the side effects will disappear, but in France, this chemical has been banned due to cancer risks. Peroxide – peroxide products like hydrogen peroxide and benzoyl peroxide when used in conjunction with a product that has hydroquinone might not make you lighter. In fact, they might even stain your skin. Mercury – skin lightening creams with mercury should not be used for long periods because it can cause mercury poisoning. Once it accumulates with the cells of the body can cause liver damage and kidney failure. Worse, it can destroy the brain. Arsenic – another poisonous substance used in skin lightening. This chemical is used in herbicides and pesticides. With constant…