You see, Im in my mid 20s - my friend is 27 and he went overseas last summer did hair transplant because its way cheaper. Pretty much it was gonna cost him near $8,000 in the US - He traveled to Europe and spend 6 weeks there + Surgery and tickets for the same price.
Anyway, he looks like shit. I think the WORST look a man can have is baby thin like hairs trying to cover a balding spot. Thankfully Im 6'3 so barely anyone can notice the gaps I have in my hair and especially I grew it a bit in a "Suave" looking way.
The moment its gonna be too noticeable- off we go to the razor.
I suggested it because it met two of your three criteria: allow you to eat at a higher deficit and is mild enough for your cruise. It definetly will make you more hungry, but if you can control yourself or have circumstances that prevent you from eating like a pig constantly (for me it was a hectic work schedule) you can def lose weight pretty quickly. So I never had the opportunity to fully cheat and indulge myself, but given that opportunity I can totally see how you could potentially gain weight, but for me that wasn’t the case!! If you want any more info about it let me know. Def one of my favorite products
Turinabol’s chemical modification of holding a double-bond between carbons 1 and 2, as well as the 4-chloro modification, grant it with a significantly reduced androgenic strength. However, this has not eliminated Turinabol’s androgenic capabilities and although it is vastly less androgenic than most other anabolic steroids, there is still a risk with androgenic side effects (especially in those very sensitive to androgenic side effects). At lower to mid-range doses, androgenic effects should rarely be experienced due to its weakness in this department, but higher doses will elicit a greater androgenic effect, especially in females. In addition, Turinabol is indeed metabolized by the 5-alpha reductase enzyme into a stronger androgenic metabolite, but the rate of 5AR reduction that Turinabol is exposed to is known to be very minimal, and so the use of 5AR inhibitors such as Proscar, FInasteride, Dutasteride, etc. will likely not greatly reduce any androgenic activity that is resultant of Turinabol.