I skipped the weights last week because I was a bit under the weather, but they felt good today. Still pushing the limits of the Cerbex machines, getting ready to transition to the free weights (I know you are all waiting with bated breath for me to do that!).
I did my Fisoten dose with a glass of wine and was appropriately dizzy for a bit. I do believe the more expensive wine tastes just a bit better, but I don’t plan to get used to it. As I have mentioned, once this project is over, I won’t do Fisetin again for a while, maybe even a year. Once you get rid of the senescent cells, they do not grow back. And new ones are not generated that quickly.
As you may recall, the use of a white tea-based skin cream is part of the project. My results to the point are a bit dubious. I’m not really seeing the results I was expecting, but then again I have a ways to go in the project.
I ran across this video that is rather compelling. I’m thinking that for Phase II, I may drop the white tea-based cream, and perhaps try one side of my body with DHEA cream, and the other with Oneskin cream. They seem rather scientific about it. Unfortunately, their “topical supplement” costs about $120. A bit pricey for what it is. The DHEA skin cream on amazon is also a bit pricey at $39.95.
I’ve been ranting a bit in the Facebook groups about before and after pictures and how they have to be done correctly in order to see if any given treatment works. I will be rigorous in phase II. And for the price of these two supplements, I damned well better be able to see the results!!!