This melanotan 2 starter kit comes premixed with 2ml of sterile water. The peptide Melanotan 2 (MT2) more commonly known as Tanning injections was developed at the University of Arizona’s while conducting research into skin cancer.
Research into skin cancers:
MT-II has been previously evaluated for the prevention of sunlight induced cancers (see reference) Clinical trials have shown that MT-II safely promotes melanogenesis and aphrodisiac effects. As a result it has a potential to be developed into a tanning and libido increasing peptide. MT-II induces a protective tan without the need to expose the skin to harmful levels of UV radiation, it stimulates the skins own natural defence against harmful UV rays called melanin, which darkens the skins natural tone as a defence mechanism. Melanin, the dark pigment of a tan, is known to protect the skin from damage caused by exposure to sunlight. This same process has been used to help improve the skin complexion of people with conditions such as Vitiligo, Psoriasis and Rosaccea by partially or totally masking their condition.
Research into Weight loss:
There have also been many studies on Melanotan 2 that have shown its effectiveness as being able to increase insulin sensitivity, improve glucose tolerance as well as suppress appetite and therefore lower body weight. There is evidence supporting MTII as a long-term modulator of energy balance, e.g. it can suppress appetite therefore, it may help combat obesity (see reference here) MT-II also increases insulin sensitivity, improves glucose tolerance4, as well as being neurotrophic and neuroprotective. These “tanning jabs” also seems to help people mask some skin conditions.
Research into erectile dysfunction:
It is claimed that these tanning shots is able to help treat sexual dysfunctions, particularly erectile dysfunction (ED) by changing some specifically targeted areas of the brain. Note however that melanotan II is able to promote this effect because of its short amino compounds sequence. It also has greater ability to bind at different receptors enabling it to activate sexual arousal amongst its users. More recently there have been some clinical trials that have shown promising signs for MT2 to be used in the treatment of sexual dysfunction in women. It is these side effects that have given it the nickname “the Barbie drug“.
There is also a starter kit that is not premixed.
This Product is for LABORATORY RESEARCH ONLY.