Melanotan 2 is becoming more and more widely used across the younger generation for accelerated skin tanning and other medical benefits, but why are doctors suggesting using injections rather than nasal sprays? Is the nasal spray less effective? Let’s find out more about the Melanotan 2 nasal spray.
What is Melanotan 2 Nasal Spray?
Melanotan 2 nasal spray is a type of spray that you administer through your nose. You can squirt one spray of the synthetic spray and quickly sniff the spray into your body.
Why is Melanotan 2 Nasal Spray less effective?
In essence no it is not as effective as the normal injection method, the nose is designed to filter air you breathe in, and it does this too with the peptide, this is combined with the fact the solution then has to be absorbed into your system means the nasal sprays are around 40% – 50% less effective. Melanotan 2 can be administered in a wide variety of ways, but more people are using the nasal spray as it’s convenient, painless, and still does the job. Nasal spray, however, doesn’t have the same effect as if you were to inject it under the skin.
Depending on your skin type you should start to see a change in you skin tone within the first 10 days
What other ways can I administer Melanotan 2?
Melanotan 2 can be administered in three different ways, which is via. A shot/injection to the arm (which can be done every week), through a nasal spray, however, is less effective, or for the slowest results – through an oral tablet which can take up to 3 months to show results.
Overall, using an injection or shot of Melanotan 2 is much preferred by people due to the effect speed, and overall treatment time when compared to the nasal spray, and tablets which are 3, and 6 times slower.
Overall, using the nasal spray version of Melanotan is not as effective as a dose of the artificial hormone through an injection, but will still get the job done. If you’re someone who hates the idea of needles, then the nasal spray will be beneficial for you to use in moderation.