TargeX is a popular brand of a topical Glycyrrhetinic cream. TargeX is usually applied to reduce fat from specific areas. TargeX users have exhibited significant reduction of fat from areas of application. It is often used in combination with a proper diet, training, and cardio.
TargeX is the medication that has the incredible ability to reduce the thickness of subcutaneous fat. The chemical which helps doing this is Glaycyrrhetinic acid which is the chief ingredient in TargeX. Glaycyrrhetinic acid is basically found in licorice and it often applied to skin, it helps to reduce the thickness of subcutaneous fat.
Cortisol, the catabolic hormone mediates the mechanism of action. The hormone, Cortisol is responsible for both the distribution as well as the deposition of fat. The activity of an enzyme which Glycyrrhetinic acid (the active ingredient in Targex) blocks regulates the hormone, Cortisol. Consequently, the ability of cortisol to regulate fat cells gets reduced, which further results in an overall loss of body fat. The effect is clearly visible at the area on the body where the cream is applied.
Several researchers conducted a study to evaluate the effect of topical Glycyrrhetinic cream. They measured the fat at things, before and after one month of treatment with the topical Glycyrrhetinic cream. The study revealed that the thighs getting the topical Glycyrrhetinic cream had significantly lower levels of fat, after one month.
Thus, according to the findings of the study, topical Glycyrrhetinic cream is a potent lipolytic (fat burning) agent. The Glycyrrhetinic cream is safe compound, as the study did not exhibit any change in plasma cortisol, blood pressure, or aldosterone. It is important to not here that the chief target of the study, Glycyrrhetinic acid is the chief ingredient of TargeX.
TargeX has no side effects. It does not affect your body negatively. However, TargeX should be used under your doctor’s prescription. It is recommended to apply TargeX at least 1 to 2 pumps twice in a day. It should be applied on desired parts and should be rubbed vigorously until all the cream had vanished into the skin. It should be noted that the area on which the cream is to be applied should be neat and hair free. FDA has approved the use of TargeX, but under doctors’ prescription.
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