So I’ve done the whole CSI Shower stuff and basically everything your tan tutorial says and my tan applies really well and even and looks beautiful! However I noticed that after I take my first shower (with no exfoliating) I lose a ton of the color. It’s not a big deal because I still appear tan and even indoors, but when I go outside, my knees, ankles and even beside my arm pits stayed much darker than the rest of my body! Do you have any suggestions? I am using sun labs. I’d love to try Tanwise but I only just purchased the sun labs about two weeks ago so I don’t want to waste it.
The mean theophylline level prior to the study while the patients were taking Theo-Dur after the most recent dose was [+ or -] [mu]g/ml (Fig 1). The mean time between the most recent dose of theophylline and the serum sampling was [+ or -] h. At this time, 10 of the 23 patients (43 percent) had subtherapeutic (<10 [mu]g/ml) theophylline levels. After the patients had been taking Uni-Dur for one week, the mean serum theophylline level 12 h after the most recent dose had increased significantly (p <) to [+ or -] [mu]g/ml. The number of patients with subtherapeutic levels had decreased to four, but two of the patients had high (26 and 27 [mu]g/ml) levels. One of these patients had a subtherapeutic level at the original evaluation, and it was felt that he took both Theo-Dur and Uni-Dur for the first seven days of the study. After seven days, the mean daily dose of Uni-Dur was 782 [+ or -] mg which did not differ significantly from the initial mean daily dose of Theo-Dur (828 [+ or -] 127 mg). One would expect the theophylline levels to increase on Uni-Dur since the levels on Uni-Dur represented a maximum level while the levels on Theo-Dur represented a minimum level due to the timing of obtaining the samples.
It was in late 2005 that the status of methasterone, in addition to that of four other designer steroids, as an AAS was brought to public awareness by an article published in the Washington Post .  Don Catlin of the UCLA Olympic Laboratory, who conducted the studies, noted methasterone’s similarity to drostanolone. A warning by the FDA was issued soon after to the general public as well as to the distributor, Designer Supplements LLC, for the marketing of this compound.  Methasterone was subsequently added to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) list of prohibited substances in sport.  Despite all of this, methasterone has resurfaced within the supplement industry on several occasions since its banning by WADA.