New u Life Somaderm transdermal Homeopathic HGH Gel

(11 customer reviews)

$169.99 $149.99

New u Life’s Somaderm gel is the ONLY transdermal, FDA registered human growth hormone (HGH) product available without a prescription. The company behind it makes use of MLM, social media and online user reviews posted by members to sell this product. Here we present an editorial review and “people aggregator” analysis, as many NewuLife members continue to pitch this to their friends.

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1.9
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Summary

While it’s true that NewuLife HGH gel is FDA registered, but the reality is that the supplements industry is almost wholly responsible for self-regulation. This means this product is NOT reviewed by the FDA prior to public release, and the FDA doesn’t keep a database of ‘registered’ supplements. An overwhelming number of positive reviews floating around on the internet and video sharing websites like Youtube, are in fact, posted by the sellers/multi-level marketers of NewuLife. The reviews we found were unabashedly made by New U Life members, and they come across rather as blatant advertisements. There are very few unbiased reviews and most of them are negative. Some medical experts believe that such companies are actually giving homeopathy a bad name, and consumers need to be aware that using the name of “homeopathy” might just be a marketing tactic when it comes to HGH and HGH supplements. Yes, there are lots of HGH scams happening and fact is that no renowned homeopathic expert supports any homeopathic HGH on the market! We believe there are better anti-aging and HGH products in the market and NewuLife HGH gel has a lot to improve upon. We recommend Genf20 Plus over this Somaderm gel. Note:-  If you are looking for anti-aging, more endurance and energy etc. we recommend Genf20 Plus. For bodybuilders and athletes, we recommend HyperGH 14x.

Pros

Lots of positive reviews. (But on a closer look, almost all of them come from NewuLife members promoting/selling this product)

Cons

  • Under-dosed ingredients, because of the 30X dilution concept. Read more about this here.
  • Expansive pricing
  • No renowned homeopathic expert supports any homeopathic HGH on the market. (Some experts even claim there is nothing “homeopathic” about them)
  • Most of the unbiased reviews of this product seem to be negative.

Overall Aggregate Rating

45%

Behindmlm.com

40%

Supplementcritique.com

50%

HighYa.com

70%

Reddit.com

20%

According to the principles of homeopathy, a “homeopathic hgh” will be a remedy for “too much” HGH in your system and will work to decrease the hgh levels, rather than increasing it- the way vaccines work.

Clearly these gel companies do not know what they’re doing! This betrayal by companies is what is giving homeopathy a bad name, and consumers need to be aware that using the name of “homeopathy” might just be a marketing tactic when it comes to HGH.

Regardless of whether homeopathy is effective or not, we say that some companies could exploit the popularity of homeopathy in marketing their fraudulent products. This is perhaps the reason why no renowned homeopathic expert supports any homeopathic HGH on the market.

http://www.sportsresource.org/content/new-u-life-hgh-gel-reviews/


The problem, according to the International Journal of Pharmacotherapy, is that when it comes to homeopathic solutions, “the largest dilution possible that still contains at least one molecule of the original substance is 12C.” This could present a logistical problem based on the 30X dilution of Somatropin in Somaderm Gel.

And “even among smaller dilutions that do contain some molecules of the original substance, there almost certainly aren’t enough to have a meaningful effect on the human body.”

In addition to the lack of reported clinical evidence for homeopathy in general, explicitly referencing Pleasant Hill, CA-based New U Life, the company held an F rating with the Better Business Bureau, calculated according to seven customer reviews and nine closed complaints, as of 9/20/18.

Most seemed to reference problems receiving orders and no response from support. All were listed as ‘unanswered.’

Considering all of this, in addition to the product’s ultra-high price, we think the best option for achieving the most value for your money is talking with your primary care physician before placing an order for Somaderm Gel.

https://www.highya.com/somaderm-gel-reviews


There’s no question NewULife’s “expected benefits” list for what is essentially a gel application product is impressive.

Perhaps less so though when you dig deeper.

For starters while NewULife’s HGH gel is registered with the FDA, the regulators hasn’t tested the product.

That means the “expected benefits” are based on… well NewULife don’t really say.

The combination of a product with questionable retail viability and a focus on affiliate autoship recruitment, lends itself to an MLM company operating as a pyramid scheme.

Significant retail sales volume is required to balance out affiliate autoship orders, and in NewULife I’m just not seeing it.

For all the purported “expected benefits” of HGH gel, I think what it comes down to is if Alex Goldstein wasn’t able to sell it successfully through Strike First Nutrition, why would NewULife affiliates fare any better?

NewULife Review: Homeopathic human growth hormone gel


Yes, New U Life is on Social Media and can be found, that is, in my opinion a plus. The sites that I found for their website are listed below & will also open in new tabs when clicked upon so that You will not lose your place here.

Although they do have the above Social Media Pages, they aren’t big at all as the Facebook page is by far their biggest and it only has about 12,000 fans. Those stats, in my humble opinion don’t sit well with me for a company and opportunity that should be growing!

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Below are some video reviews. Keep in mind they might be from promoters/marketers of NewuLife HGH and thus can be biased.

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Description

New u Life’s Somaderm gel is the ONLY transdermal, FDA registered human growth hormone (HGH) product available without a prescription. The molecular breakdown of HGH found in Somaderm gel is a synthetic USP human growth hormone  (somatropin).

Note:- Because of some bad customer reviews, this product is not on our recommended list of HGH supplements. Please refer to this review by Dr. Ben on  New u Life’s Somaderm gel.

The molecular breakdown of HGH found in Somaderm gel is a synthetic USP human growth hormone  (somatropin). Since hormones are stored in the fatty tissue layer, SOMADERM Gel should always be applied to the thin areas of skin, wherever veins are visible. This will ensure that SOMADERM Gel will be transported directly to the bloodstream. You may apply SOMADERM Gel to your underarms, forearms, wrists, and behind the knees. Applied locations should be rotated so that no area of the skin gets overused.

Ingredients

What is New U Life MLM?

It’s just that, a multi-level marketing (MLM) company that you— YES YOU! —can be a part of.

Like Most Ponzi Scheme / MLM-type programs, the compensation plans are very difficult to understand.

If you want a thorough explanation of the compensation plans, you should watch this video below:

He does a pretty good job of breaking it all down in an “easy to understand” format.

Joining Newulife

When you enroll, you have 4 options:

Executive Pack ($999): Which includes 8 bottles of Somaderm Gel, 1 year membership, replicated website, and access to their training materials.

Pro Pack ($559): Includes 4 bottles of Somaderm Gel, 1 year membership, Replicated website, and access to training materials.

NewU Pack ($199): 1 bottle of Somaderm, 1 year memebership, replicated website, and access to training.

Distributor Starter Pack ($59): No product, 1 year membership, replicated website.

Benefits

All of the ingredients in this product point to the human growth hormone that, some say, helps to:

  • Improve bone and joint health
  • Increase muscle
  • Reduce body fat
  • Improve sleep
  • Strengthen the immune system

It’s also used for a wide variety of medical condition, including:

  • Turners Syndrome
  • Prader-Willi syndrone
  • Chronic Kidney disease
  • HGH deficiency
  • Muscle wasting disease associated with HIV/AIDS(Source)But here’s the thing…

Growth hormones have a long history of abuse, especially in the world of sports.

However, like all homeopathic HGH supplements in the market, the ingredients are diluted, in this case, with a 30x dilution. This make some people claim that you might be buying an over-expansive cream with little to no HGH in it. Read more here at this excellent explanation on how 30x dilution works.

Besides, according to the International Journal of Pharmacotherapy, when it comes to homeopathic solutions, “the largest dilution possible that still contains at least one molecule of the original substance is 12C.” This could present a logistical problem based on the 30X dilution of Somatropin in Somaderm Gel.

Side effects

According to WebMD, the side effects of HGH might include:

  • Nerve, muscle, or joint pain
  • Swelling due to fluid in the body’s tissues (edema)
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Numbness and tingling of the skin
  • High cholesterol levels
  • Lowered blood pressure
  • Hot flashes

But keep in mind Somaderm HGH is a homeopathic dietary supplement and packs a much lower dose than your typical HGH injection, so if you do experience these side effects, they will likely be minimal.

How do I use it?

As I mentioned earlier, the directions on the label state that you should apply one full pump in the morning and 1 full pump in the evening.

You pump the gel onto the thinnest layers of your skin, where you can see your veins.

These areas include:

  • Armpits
  • Forearms
  • Wrists
  • Behind the knees
  • etc.

Bottomline

While it’s true that NewuLife HGH gel is FDA registered, but the reality is that the supplements industry is almost wholly responsible for self-regulation. This means this product is NOT reviewed by the FDA prior to public release, and the FDA doesn’t keep a database of ‘registered’ supplements. An overwhelming number of positive reviews floating around on the internet and video sharing websites like Youtube, are in fact, posted by the sellers/multi-level marketers of NewuLife. The reviews we found were unabashedly made by New U Life members, and they come across rather as blatant advertisements. There are very few unbiased reviews and most of them are negative. Some medical experts believe that such companies are actually giving homeopathy a bad name, and consumers need to be aware that using the name of “homeopathy” might just be a marketing tactic when it comes to HGH and HGH supplements. Yes, there are lots of HGH scams happening and fact is that no renowned homeopathic expert supports any homeopathic HGH on the market! We believe there are better anti-aging and HGH products in the market and NewuLife HGH gel has a lot to improve upon. 

11 reviews for New u Life Somaderm transdermal Homeopathic HGH Gel

  1. Gnelle

    I made use of this gel vigilantly and as described for 6 months. The sole transformation was the decrease in my bank account. I hardly ever observed any advantages from using it. I am a menopausal woman who received sales pitches and been told by other users it stopped their hot flashes and other meno symptoms. This was not the situation for me personally. Some guys said it eradicated arthritis pain. This as well did not happen to me. Everybody says to give it a few months try, I gave it 6 months. If it’s not going to do the job after that amount of time, it never will.

  2. Robert

    New U Life HGH Gel is a hoax…total scam!!! When this product was released earlier under Strike First Nutrition it FAILED…that’s why this scamming owner relaunched it under a new name and added mlm marketing to it to generate sales if a bunk product…now you have a bunch of “distributors” foaming at the mouth to make a buck. NONE of them have any clue about hgh how it works or how to monitor it…they make ridiculous claims about a product that has no HGH in it because it has been diluted into oblivion….bunch of lying frauds…FDA complaint needed

  3. Rein

    It is not FDA Approved— it is only FDA Registered— which is completely different but they use it to make people think that the FDA has endorsed the product– I too noted that they tout the benefits of HGH and yet provide no scientific studies of their product to back up their many benefit claims– also it was for sale by the same guy through a different company– and now they are saying that NewULife is a ground floor opportunity because they have not even launched yet— what???? Something sure is off here!

  4. Whitney

    It’s sad that so many people jump on the bandwagon of “If I can’t see it, it doesn’t exist!” There is absolute evidence, science, and real results from homeopathic treatments and remedies but homeopathy is also of the belief of preventative treatment, therefore the body would never get sick.

    Unfortunately, we all know thats hard to achieve in this toxic world so homeopathy is a great source to turn to when Western Medicine claims it can’t be done. Do your research instead of flapping your yap if you want to “look” like you know what you’re talking about. This product does not work based on the actual substance of hgh, but on another level. Call it a God Level, or Level of divine intellect, or just its basic scientific word “Frequency” (energy) which is actually the building blocks of what this entire universe is made up of and has manifested into the realm of the eyesight so all you non-believers can think you know whats up.

    Do your own research, don’t believe anything from anyone until you prove it to yourself. If you have questions about this product, I’d love to be of service.! newulife.com/puckerup

  5. Emma

    The BIG thing that most people miss is that the product claims “FDA registered” Not “approved”. It’s just another pyramid scheme among millions of others just like it. I would be wary of spending my hard earned $$ on this

  6. Anonymous

    I tried this newulife gel and I don’t know what IS in it but I have never felt more strange in my life! Horrible anxiety at night. Severe depression which I have never experienced, i saw no benefits! Nobody in the company knew how to answer any of my questions and now im getting the run around with their 30 day money back guarantee! I think its power of suggestion. People all telling eachother how they should feel and so they are creating fake benefits, show me the science! Go to your hormone doctor and have your hgh levels tested on the gel I guarantee the aren’t rising SCAM

  7. Lhoui

    I a number of friends who are pro bodybuilders and athletes, that have been taking real Somatropin on and off for years. When I asked them, they have all told me about it’s effects, and side effects. I know someone who has jumped on this band Somaderm Gel bandwagon. She had my interest at first but then…. after just ONE WEEK of use, she was making outlandish claims online – She slept better than she had for twenty years every night, her energy and mental focus were amazing, her workouts required little-to-no recovery time, etc. All of this – after just one week, mind you. Really? After a couple of months she is now boasting about substantial weight loss and muscle gain, even though she is pigging out on whatever she wants and then some, and her life is absolutely supercalifragilisticexpialidociously fantastic now. At 49 she says she feels 19. Now the folks that take the real injectable HGH, don’t even notice nuanced results from it for at least a month when they cycle it. I think my friend is just pumped up on a placebo high, and is giddy over her prospects of “retiring” in a few years by selling this product and getting rich, which is typical when folks join a new MLM. Bottom line… If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Hopefully she’ll snap out of this. I don’t like seeing someone being misled like this.

  8. Hype Averse

    The American Association of Homeopathic Pharmacists, who know a thing or two about homeopathy, do not support HGH gel as a valid homeopathic product or remedy:

    The substance called Homeopathic Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is not an official homeopathic drug, as it is not included in the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS). As such, there are no identity or quality standards for starting material, nor standardized processes for the manufacture of a homeopathic dosage form. Therefor, there are no official safety levels (OTC, Rx, HPN) for “HGH” determined by independent review.

    Homeopathic provings for “HGH” do not appear in the medical literature; consequently, clinical use of the substance does not have broad agreement among homeopathic experts.

    The distribution of “HGH” without a prescription and which does not have an approved new drug application under Section 505 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic (FD&C) Act is a felony. Section 303 (f) (1) of the FD&C Act provides that:

    (f) Except as provided in paragraph (2), whoever knowingly distributes, or possesses with intent to distribute human growth hormone for any use in humans other than the treatment of a disease or other recognized medical condition, where such use has been authorized by the Secretary of Health and Human Services under section 505 and pursuant to the order of a physician, is guilty of an offense punishable by not more than 5 years in prison, such fines as are authorized by title 18, or both.

    https://www.theaahp.org/position-statements/homeopathic-human-growth-hormone-hgh/

    New U Life’s claim that Somaderm Gel contains the highest amount of somatropin allowed by law without a prescription is telling, and proves that there is no somatropin in the gel, because the maximum amount of HGH allowed by law without a prescription is zero.

    The 3rd most predominant ingredient in Somaderm Gel is Aloe Barbadensis leaf, the 16th most predominant is the juice of the Aloe Barbadensis leaf. Aloe is well known for its various healing properties throughout the ages, including reducing age spots:

    https://www.onegoodthingbyjillee.com/10-natural-age-spots-remedies

    The 8th most predominant ingredient in Somaderm is Ginkgo Biloba, which impacts blood flow to the brain that may result in improved sleep and lucid dreams:

    Ginkgo Biloba works by improving memory and increasing brain function. It’s been found to boost memory and cognitive speed, which both help you to have better dreams. Ginkgo has been a common ancient Chinese medicine for many years, for good reason. It works by improving blood flow to the brain, allowing a modest boost in cognitive function, brain speed and critical thinking. It’s not the most potent lucid herb but it certainly works! It’s commonly used as a treatment for conditions like Alzheimers. Because it works by improving blood flow, it’s been linked to helping with things like leg or other limb pain.

    https://howtolucid.com/lucid-dreaming-herbs/

    If you research the published benefits of many of the botanicals contained in the gel (CAMELLIA SINENSIS (GREEN TEA) LEAF, GLYCYRRHIZA GLABRA (LICORICE) ROOT, VITEX AGNUS-CASTUS (CHASTE TREE) FRUIT, EPIMEDIUM SAGITTATUM (EPIMEDIUM) AERIAL PARTS, GINKGO BILOBA (GINKGO) LEAF, MUCUNA PRURIENS (VELVET BEAN) SEED, DIOSCOREA VILLOSA (WILD YAM) ROOT) you will find many of the same claims that are now attributed to Somaderm Gel. Since we know that, clinically and scientifically there is no discernible trace of somatropin in Somaderm Gel, the efficacy reported by many users has to be from the other listed ingredients.

  9. Behind MLM

    To earn MLM commissions in NewULife, all affiliates must be active. As above, the best way to qualify for MLM commissions is via monthly autoship.

    I’m sorry, shouldn’t the best way to qualify for commissions in an MLM company be via the sale of products and services to retail customers?

    Residual binary commissions require “Qualified” criteria to be met, which is recruit two active affiliates.

    It follows that the best way to be qualified is sign up for autoship yourself and recruit two other affiliates who do the same.

    At no point are retail sales encouraged or even necessary. Not if you want to achieve the best way to qualify for Active and Qualified.

    The combination of a product with questionable retail viability and a focus on affiliate autoship recruitment, lends itself to an MLM company operating as a pyramid scheme.

    Significant retail sales volume is required to balance out affiliate autoship orders, and in NewULife I’m just not seeing it.

    For all the purported “expected benefits” of HGH gel, I think what it comes down to is if Alex Goldstein wasn’t able to sell it successfully through Strike First Nutrition, why would NewULife affiliates fare any better?

  10. Gnelle

    Caused only decrease in my bank account

    I made use of this gel vigilantly and as described for 6 months. The sole transformation was the decrease in my bank account. I hardly ever observed any advantages from using it. I am a menopausal woman who received sales pitches and been told by other users it stopped their hot flashes and other meno symptoms. This was not the situation for me personally. Some guys said it eradicated arthritis pain. This as well did not happen to me. Everybody says to give it a few months try, I gave it 6 months. If it’s not going to do the job after that amount of time, it never will.

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  11. Robert

    New U Life HGH Gel is a hoax…total scam!!!

    When this product was released earlier under Strike First Nutrition it FAILED…that’s why this scamming owner relaunched it under a new name and added mlm marketing to it to generate sales if a bunk product…now you have a bunch of “distributors” foaming at the mouth to make a buck. NONE of them have any clue about hgh how it works or how to monitor it…they make ridiculous claims about a product that has no HGH in it because it has been diluted into oblivion….bunch of lying frauds…FDA complaint needed

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