Is there potential for Melanotan II to treat photosensitive skin disorders? During the 1960s α-MSH effect on rats was studied. This research continued into the 1980s where scientists at the University of Arizona studied α-MSH to determine an agent that could achieve photoprotective stimulation of melanocytes. This research yielded two agents, MTI and MTII. Each
Early research demonstrated that MTII could affect the alcohol intake of rats and mice, but can Melanotan II keep YOU from drinking alcohol? Scientists gave mice MTII, a placebo, or HS014 in one study. HS014 targets Melanocortin 4 receptors while MTII targets all Melanocortin receptors in general, including MC4. The results of this study were
In distinguishing MT2 effects from what can be achieved on a blanket in front of the ocean, we look through the feedback produced during research. One common question we’re often asked is, “How long will my tan last?” According to most resources, a suntan will last between seven to ten days before the skin begins to naturally
MT2, has been utilized by a wide variety of individuals looking to achieve the best tanning results. But, will Melanotan 2 ever rule the world? In this article, we’ll look at who is utilizing MT2 and what the current regulatory landscape looks like. What is MT2? MT2 is a synthetic peptide that researchers have utilized
One of our research clients for tanning that has been using Tantra MTII for her research has claimed that it has been helping tremendously with her MS. She states that it has improved function, mobility and inflammation. This is new GREAT news that our team is looking forward to bringing you more complete researched information.
An article in USA TODAY on July 29th offers loads of information on the harmful effects of UV rays and the danger of skin cancer. It is the first time a Surgeon General has issued such a direct statement concerning tanning and tanning beds. A new regulation will require labeling on tanning beds advising those
Just read a great article from the Dallas Morning News by Jamie Hancock. She interviewed several dermatologists and skin care specialists. The basic message is with skin care less is usually more. The buzzwords these days are “all natural and organic”. Just because something is natural does not mean it works as an agent for
We’ve been marketing to a new crowd recently and it seems to be a very good possibility. Bikers suffer serious skin damage, especially to the face. Nothing damages skin like UV rays and wind.
It seems every day that another article or blog shows up in the news or online warning about the dangers of sunburns…….read more
Maintaining one’s skin is important as it is the body’s largest organ and is constantly exposed to harmful conditions. Healthy skin care products are the key. Whether it’s UV rays, chemicals, toxins, irritants, allergens, or a host of other things, being aware is critical for protection. Using healthy skin products protects against one of the greatest