To tan, you will need to spend some time in the sun.
Tan faster than ever before
Get as much safe sun exposure in a week – without burning. Slow and easy tanning over a period of time is the best way to tan.
Boost your tan – fastest tanning
Boost your tan by increasing melanin by using MT2.
Melanotan II was first synthesized at the University of Arizona. Researchers there knew that one of the best defenses against skin cancer was melanin activated in the skin, a tan.
They hypothesized that an effective way to reduce skin cancer rates in people would be to induce the body’s natural pigmentary system to produce a protective tan prior to UV exposure.
The body’s naturally occurring hormone α-MSH causes melanogenesis, a process by which the skin’s pigment cells (melanocytes) produce the skin’s pigment (melanin).
They tested to see if administering this endogenous hormone to the body directly could be an effective method to cause sunless tanning. What they found was that while it appeared to work, natural α-MSH had too short a half life in the body to be practical as a therapeutic drug. So they decided to find a more potent and stable alternative, one that would be more practical and so Melanotan 2 was born.
Foods that enhances tan
Carrots. When carrots are consumed regularly (and in moderation), the skin adapts a more natural and healthy-looking hue.
The following food will enhance your skin tone, when eaten regularly and in moderation:
Tomatoes, sweet potatoes, cantaloupe and apricots. Like carrots, these carotenoid rich fruits and veggies improve your skin’s color while providing other health benefits.
Spinach and kale. These dark, leafy greens should definitely be a staple in your diet, as well as broccoli, as they are the secret to glowing skin.
Olive Oil. Although olive oil doesn’t contain any carotenoids, antioxidants and omega-3s, it will give your skin a moisture boost for a healthier appearance.