The ABC’s of Tanning

1Melanotan 2 in a word means color. The science behind this fact is peptide. These peptides simply start a natural reaction that occurs within the skin. The reaction begins with exposure to sun light. More specifically, it is the UV spectrum in sun light that starts this skin reaction. The reaction is Melanin changing the skin darker to protect it from future exposure. Melanotan’s peptides release the Melanin in skin prior to exposure to the sun, thereby minimizing the amount of light needed to tan. The process of using Melanotan 2 is completely scientific and safer than just tanning alone. This product is a god sent and life changer for those people who have extremely fair skin.

Pure and Simple Use

Melanotan 2 is a chemically pure product injected under the skin as needed. Because people come in many different shades of color with various tanning needs, the potency of Melanotan 2 can be adjusted. Luckily, there is a calculator that helps to measure the exact individual’s dosage needed. However, once a desired skin tone is reached it only takes a single treatment once every two weeks or so. The best part of this process is that the tanning results last for about two months after use. That is about twice as long as traditional sun bathing, which yields harmful damage to skin.

Simply the Best Around

Sadly, there are knock-off products on the market that claim to be comparable to melanotan. Their sales pitch focuses on ease of use, because there is no injection involved. Others even stoop so low as to use deception in labeling in the hopes of catching the unobservant consumer off guard. When it comes down to it, these products and their manufacturers are simply inferior. An understanding of science on the molecular level is all the proof needed to point out this fact.

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