Melatropin™ is a pill and is 100% safe and natural. It is not an injection.
Our formula is very well tolerated. Melatropin™ has no negative side effects as reported by users and in clinical study. As an oral tanning supplement, our formula was scientifically engineered to be both effective and healthy.
Tanning injections, however, are another story.
Even when injecting a 100% pure, unadulterated, sterile tanning peptide, harsh side effects can be the norm rather than the exception.
At our company, we take the issue of healthy supplementation very seriously and have received many questions about injections from our customers. As a result, we’ve written this post to shed some light on the lesser-known negatives of injecting tanning peptides to help people make a more informed decision when it comes to achieving a better tan.
Nausea and Fatigue
At typical dosages, the most commonly reported side effects of tanning injections are facial flushing, nausea, dizziness, and fatigue. These can pass quickly within a matter of minutes or seconds, but some report them lasting for hours or more. Either way, these negative effects are known to accompany every shot in most people.
Less common but more severe side effects can also occur, especially with therapeutic dosages. It is often advised with injections to start with a low, conservative dose and increase gradually, only when sure that the smaller dose is well-tolerated. But even a low dose can produce serious side effects in some people.
In clinical studies, side effects reported were generally mild and short-lived, with harsher side effects that did occur being correlated with higher dosages. However, in a clinical setting, subjects could be assured of taking a real, sterile, unadulterated tanning peptide. Unfortunately, outside of clinical use, this is too often not the case.
Potential side effects of tanning injections:
- Flushing (especially of the face and chest)
- Dizziness, nausea and vomiting
- Fatigue/lethargy, yawning
- Appetite suppression
- Stomach pains and cramping
- Spontaneous penile erections
- Muscle pain
- Bloating, flatulence
- Back, liver, and kidney pain
- Formation of new moles and freckles
- Darkening of existing moles and freckles
Commonly Experienced Effects of Tanning Injections
The most common side effects experienced with injections are facial flushing, dizziness, and dull headache. These side effects generally manifest shortly after injection.
Fatigue, nausea, and lethargy are also frequently reported. According to many accounts, these can be longer lasting than the transient dizziness and flushing that often accompany administration.
Severe Side Effects of Tanning Injections
With higher dosages, less common but more severe side effects can occur. Gastrointestinal effects include constipation, bloating, and flatulence, along with upset stomach and stomach cramping. Other side effects include body pains in the muscles, liver, and kidneys.
In addition, tanning injections may aggravate an individual’s pre-existing allergies or hypersensitivities, including asthma. The appearance of this effect may necessitate medical attention immediately.
Some users have also reported that tanning injections increase the formation of new moles and freckles as well as the darkening of existing ones. This effect is similar to an early warning sign of skin cancer, making it particularly worrisome.
Clearly, we recommend against using any injectable tanning aid. They are unregulated, risky, and can have potentially serious side effects. If you have been using them, we’d advise that you discontinue use and call a physician immediately.
With Melatropin™, you get a safe, effective formula that’s been clinically proven to work. As a result, there’s no longer any reason to inject yourself and risk your health to get great results.