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.
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.
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.
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.
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:
- Behind the knees
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.