Melanotan 2 are alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormones (α-MSH) which induces skin pigmentation and thus can reduce UV damage to skin over time. Appearance
Generally peptides come in lyophilized (freeze-dried) form and will appear as a white powder, either as a pellet, small chunks, a ball or as a powder.
For the sake of continuity;
Room temperature = (21 - 24C) OR (70 - 75F)
Refrigerated = (2 - 8C) OR (36 - 43F)
Freezer = (<-18C) OR (<0F)
When in freeze dried form they can be stored in many ways;
Room temperature – 12 months
Refrigerated – 48 months Freezer – 48 months+
Sun exposure is recommended to start off slow to ensure that a tan develops before exposing yourself to long intensive sessions. The goal here is to be patient, know the limits of your skin, and never burn.
If you live in a sunny area then you can begin slowly exposing yourself outside from the day you begin dosing. Remember to use suncream if you need it and be cautious.
If you live in an area with low UV exposure or its winter you can visit the sunbeds once or twice weekly, depending on your goals. Normally 5-10 minutes is adequate, again follow the advice above and don't push it too far.
Common: Flushing, appetite suppression, increased libido, facial hair darkening, darkening of moles.
Uncommon: Lethargy, nausea, dizziness.