How Gynexin™ Breast Reduction Works

What is gynecomastia? Gynecomastia is the enlargement of the breast in a male. The term derived from the Greek "gyne" meaning "woman" and "mastos" meaning "breast". Gynecomastia is not a new condition; studies of King Tut's mummy have shown that Egypt 's boy king had enlarged breast tissue.

Who suffers from gynecomastia? Your not alone. Approximately 1/3 of the male population suffers from gynecomastia.

What would you do if you woke up with a firmer chest tomorrow? Think about how you would feel, experiencing possibly for the first time since childhood, no more embarrassment. No need to find that heavy sweater or baggy shirt, no more emotional discomfort in public. No more wondering who is looking at my chest. No more turning your back in the locker room to change your shirt. No more waiting to be the last one to take a shower. No more dreading being on the "skins" team.

These are among the many reasons why such a large numbers of men elect to have surgery to correct this demoralizing problem.

Gynexin™ Male Breast Reduction May Be Right For You

With Gynexin™, there is no need for further embarrassment or painful surgery! Simply make Gynexin™ part of your daily routine!

Gynexin™ works by targeting the fatty cells (subcutaneous adipose tissue) in the mammary glands. This unique herbal formula, developed under the direction of leading herbalists and nutritionists, has been seen to target these fatty cells and reduce them in both size and quantity, leading the way to a more masculine and happier you!

Directions For Use:
Take one capsule in the morning and one capsule in the evening before meals, with a maximum of 4 capsules over a 24 hour period. Drink at least 8 oz. (250 ml) of water with each serving of Gynexin™.

Why choose Gynexin™? Consider Gynexin™ if you are looking for an alternative to the drastic step of surgery. Surgery is not only painful and invasive, but it can leave permanent scaring and be extremely expensive. Most Gynecomastia procedures cost between $4,500. and $8,500. Most health insurance companies consider it a cosmetic and elective procedure and will not cover the cost. (Insurance companies do not often consider the psychological effects of a condition). If surgery can be avoided, why not try Gynexin™ today?

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