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Is Dut Topical \'better\' than internal because

… it doesn’t have to go through liver…just goes through skin and absorbs right into blood? Is there a benefit to ‘no’ liver processing?
Thanks in advance.

» … it doesn’t have to go through liver…just goes through skin and
» absorbs right into blood? Is there a benefit to ‘no’ liver processing?
» Thanks in advance.

I think the two possible advantages topically are that you address the area that needs adressing and possibly reduce potential side effects. If the solution is not too strong (we don’t know the appropriate ammount) Ideally the amount of duta that reaches the follicle and skin is bound at the skin level limiting the the systemic absorbtion at least greatly reducing it. I have a suspicion topically might be more effective than oral.

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