Product of the week is Melanotan II , Now at an EXTRA 10 % off on top of the already 20% off store wide!

Each week we will have a highlighted product for our customers and every time a product is highlighted that week it will have an additional % taken off the price and that is ON TOP of ANY other sale going on at the time!

Great time for some big savings!

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Our product of the week is: Melanotan II

And here is some basic info on this compound:

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.
After synthesizing and screening hundreds of molecules, the researchers headed by Victor J. Hruby and Mac E. Hadley,[7] found a peptide, [Nle4, D-Phe7]-α-MSH, that was approximately 1,000 times more potent than natural α-MSH.[8] They dubbed this new peptide molecule, "Melanotan" (later Melanotan-1, now known as afamelanotide). They subsequently developed another analog, Ac-Nle-cyclo[Asp-His-D-Phe-Arg-Trp-Lys]-NH2), which they called "Melanotan II".
Afamelanotide (same class of compound as MT2) is a selective agonist of the melanocortin 1 receptor (MC1R). As an analogue of α-MSH, its mechanism of action is biomimicry of the natural mammalian tanning process.
It produces its photoprotective effects by triggering a 'signaling cascade' via its activation of the MC1R on melanin-producing cells known as melanocytes.
Upon binding with the MC1R on the surface of melanocytes in the epidermal layer of the skin, it begins a series of actions and reactions that result in melanocytes favoring the production of eumelanin (photoprotective black/brown pigment) over pheomelanin (red/yellow pigment).

As you can see this compound is very interesting and we offer our customers not only top quality lab research ancillary‚??s but also GREAT sales to go along with it! :-)