Melanotan Beautiful Natural Looking Tan

tanning-sun-tanSome information on how to use Melanotan!

Melanotan is a chemical that is available in the United States and other countries around the world. It’s a chemical designed to give it’s users the most beautiful natural looking tan. Melanotan can be safely injected into the stomach to produce the desired results. When it’s injected it produces the melanogenesis effect, which is the process in the pigmentation of the skin that allows it to darken with exposure to the sun. This process of using melanotan replicates that process without having users being exposed to harmful rays from the sun. This chemical increases the amount of melan in the skin to produce the tan and actually allows the tan to last much longer than even a natural tan. There are two basic distinct ways to administer the melanotan into the system.

One is to inject melanotan directly into the fatty area of one’s stomach. Melanotan is also available in a nasal spray. The popular method is the inject-able version, as this way seems to work the best and last the longest. The nasal model is said to be only half as effective as the inject-able kind. Some people experience mild nausea after the first injection, but routinely report that the nausea lasts about 10 to 20 minutes and normally does not reoccur with later injections. However users are advised that they do have to have some sun exposure in order to activate the melanotan. It’s a much reduced amount of time for melanotan to produce the desired results. It can be artificial exposure such as a tanning booth or natural exposure to the sun that will activate the melanotan. Another plus of using melanotan is that a person reduces their chances of being able to burn or peel while using the melanotan.

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