PLEASE no flames on this one. This is actually a serious post.
There has been a lot of talk of creams and/or sprays and/or ointments that purportedly reduce fat levels on the area in which it is applied.
First of all, I'm not talking about a diuretic applied topically...I'm talking about true fat reduction in a particular area where the product is applied. That being said, I don't believe that anything exists right now that actually works.
BUT...there was a time that I didn't believe a supplement could help me gain tremendous amounts of muscle, either (obviously without using anabolic steroids). Mag-10 permanently changed my views.
My question is two-fold. Has ANYONE actually used a product like this with any success (not a topically applied diuretic, mind you, I'm talking total fat reduction sans diuretic!) The second part of the question is aimed at Biotest:
IF such a product is possible, are the good people of Biotest engaged in any R&D regarding it.
Bill Roberts, et. al., feel free to jump in here and let us all know the skinny (pun very much intended).