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A Drug for Sun-Sensitive Skins – Experts are Recommending Melanotan 2 in Careful Dosage

Skin is the largest organ in the human body. It is an organ which is needed for various purposes. One of the key functions of the skin is to absorb Vitamin D from the sun. However, not all skin types can bear sunlight. Some are born with Sun allergies or develop it later in their lives. Melanotan 2 comes to rescue for some of the people suffering from sun allergies.

In 1981, University of Arizona developed this drug called afamelanotide which is now available as Melanotan. It is a wonder drug for sun-sensitive skins. This drug is associated with alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone also read as α-MSH. It joins with melanocortin receptors in our skin. This joining or binding plays an essential part in skin-pigmentation and color of the hair. It is what is responsible for Sun tan.

The drug is available online for sale. Once bought it needs to be stored in a refrigerator. There are different ways of taking the drug which are written on the packing.

One of the main ways of taking the drug is by injecting it. A person taking the drug needs to inject it subcutaneously near the naval area. After injecting you notice a change in color of the skin. It is advisable to take it once or twice a month to keep the desired color.

A nasal spray is also available for the same drug. One can also purchase pre-filled syringes to get the correct amount and not risk over or under-dose. Even a multi-dose vial of 30, 20 and 10 are available for convenient injecting.

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