Melanotan I (MT 1) is a synthetic peptide, the variant of peptide hormone, called alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone or MSH which is produced naturally in the body and is responsible for the stimulation of melanogenesis process skin pigmentation. Alpha-MSH activates certain melanocortin receptors in the delivery of its consequences. Indeed, the MSH also has a powerful influence on lipid metabolism, appetite and sexual libido. As a result Melanotan-1 directly affects the skin tan. While Melanotan 2 and PT 141 have been studied as a potential agent for the treatment of sexual dysfunction, Melanotan-1 has been extensively studied for use in protection against the harmful effects of ultraviolet radiation of the sunlight due to its melanogenesis-stimulating properties.
Both Melanotan-1 and Melanotan-2 are analogs of peptide hormone alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone (α-MSH), which tend to cause tanning of the skin. Melanotan-1 is not a selective agonist of melanocortin receptors (MC1R, MS3-5R). As the α-MSH analogue its mechanism of action is a biomimicry of the natural process of skin tanning.
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For 10 mg of Melanotan-1 use 2ml of thw water for injections or germicidal water. If you find it difficult to calculate how much of the drug is necessary to dial into an insulin syringe, then for can use a calculator of dosage of peptides on our website.
When ordering Melanotan-1: You get a certified quality product as quickly as possible, an individual approach and advice on the application of the selected peptide. I would like to add about Melanotan-1. After passing 3 phases of clinical studies, Melanotan-1 was approved for use in humans under the trade mark Scenesse. It has no side effects and is safe and often used for the treatment and therapy of diseases associated with pigmentation.