Melanotan II

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    Aug 21, 2010 9:37 AM GMT
    In my quest to be bronzed, I've injected 1 cycle of melanotan II this past week.


    All i can say is that it works! I'm black.


    Side effects include random boners.
    Only downside, my freckles have gotten alot darker, I didn't realize i had so many on my body!


    Anyone tried Melanotan or have an opinion?
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    Aug 21, 2010 9:44 AM GMT
    I get random boners anyways. Doesn't seem like a side-effect to me.
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    Aug 21, 2010 10:52 AM GMT
    Yeah man it rocks but be careful. It's so easy to end up looking really, really freakish. People can tell when from your features if you're not supposed to be a certain colour, seriously.

    Came back from Ibiza after a heavy dose last year and people were like, "you have a great ... tan?" With the question mark intonation being accompanied by a perplexed look as if to say, "freak".

    Went home to Newcastle for a week and my northern (therefore naive and semi-backward - don't hate) family came out with comments that verged on racism.

    I only ever got the hard-ons accompanied by nasty nausea (usually the first couple of shots and happened because I never ever take the minimum amount of anything and oft suffer for my arrogance).
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    Aug 21, 2010 11:34 AM GMT
    Wait, what is this Melanotan II thing? Is this the new way to get tan?

    [edit] oh I read up on this. Seems interesting but I'm going to wait until it's either in pill form or approved by the gov/FDA or whatever. As for now, I look good in the dark and that's when I have my sex.
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    Aug 21, 2010 12:01 PM GMT
    JB82 saidWait, what is this Melanotan II thing? Is this the new way to get tan?

    [edit] oh I read up on this. Seems interesting but I'm going to wait until it's either in pill form or approved by the gov/FDA or whatever. As for now, I look good in the dark and that's when I have my sex.


    Pill won't come - patch might. It would be like taking a botox pill.
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    Aug 21, 2010 2:57 PM GMT
    JB82 saidWait, what is this Melanotan II thing? Is this the new way to get tan?

    [edit] oh I read up on this. Seems interesting but I'm going to wait until it's either in pill form or approved by the gov/FDA or whatever. As for now, I look good in the dark and that's when I have my sex.


    HA! OUR FDA approve something for cosmetic purposes! You're doing to be waiting for a long, long time for that! This stuff works! It's safe and side effects are minimal and usually cease with a reduction in dose or discontinuation of use. The product was originally developed to help very fair skinned people produce more melanin and thereby reduce their chance of skin cancer. People all over the world have been using this product with good results but if our FDA knows people are using it only for enhancement........NO WAY!

    It's just like the DEA and steroids......steroids could help millions of men over 35 lead better lives but, Oh No! They give pro athletes and unfair advantage and as we all KNOW they CAUSE cancer and tumors spontaneously and all kinds of BS and then there was Ephedra.....a great weight loss aid that could help millions but hey a couple of young kids who were probably unsupervised and took too much died during football practice in August heat after taking it.....DUH! So that means EVERYBODY is at risk for this to happen to (because they are that stupid) so let's ban it so not even those it would work well for can benefit. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Aug 21, 2010 3:09 PM GMT
    nah, being that I am naturally tan, I dont need to use it icon_lol.gif


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    Aug 21, 2010 3:26 PM GMT
    I've always wanted to know... How does it feel to be black now? icon_biggrin.gif LMAO?
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    Aug 21, 2010 5:54 PM GMT
    In the meantime, I'm putting my sunscreen... god forbid I lose my moon tan! icon_cool.gif
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    Aug 21, 2010 6:15 PM GMT
    Why do beautiful guys insist on getting fake tans to look orange??? Orange skin does not look good. I like my men as pale and white as a ghost, mmmmn ;)
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    Aug 21, 2010 6:45 PM GMT
    CHIdude saidWhy do beautiful guys insist on getting fake tans to look orange??? Orange skin does not look good. I like my men as pale and white as a ghost, mmmmn ;)


    Me too. I laugh when I see freshman sorority girls with orange looks and you can tell who does and who doesn't bother wearing sunscreen when you look at a guy who goes outside regularly.
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    Aug 21, 2010 6:59 PM GMT
    viveutvivas said
    tinymike said
    Only downside, my freckles have gotten alot darker, I didn't realize i had so many on my body!


    I seem to remember that this side effect is permanent. If so, this should give one pause.


    I got none and have used it three summers now. Then again, I never had any.
  • neosyllogy

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    Aug 21, 2010 7:20 PM GMT
    I'm all for better living through chemistry, but the cost benefit just isn't there.
    People with dark tans that don't work outside always look a little silly to me anyway.
    I'll stick with being light skinned. icon_smile.gif
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    Aug 21, 2010 7:29 PM GMT
    Shortnsexystud said
    JB82 saidWait, what is this Melanotan II thing? Is this the new way to get tan?

    [edit] oh I read up on this. Seems interesting but I'm going to wait until it's either in pill form or approved by the gov/FDA or whatever. As for now, I look good in the dark and that's when I have my sex.


    HA! OUR FDA approve something for cosmetic purposes! You're doing to be waiting for a long, long time for that! This stuff works! It's safe and side effects are minimal and usually cease with a reduction in dose or discontinuation of use. The product was originally developed to help very fair skinned people produce more melanin and thereby reduce their chance of skin cancer. People all over the world have been using this product with good results but if our FDA knows people are using it only for enhancement........NO WAY!

    It's just like the DEA and steroids......steroids could help millions of men over 35 lead better lives but, Oh No! They give pro athletes and unfair advantage and as we all KNOW they CAUSE cancer and tumors spontaneously and all kinds of BS and then there was Ephedra.....a great weight loss aid that could help millions but hey a couple of young kids who were probably unsupervised and took too much died during football practice in August heat after taking it.....DUH! So that means EVERYBODY is at risk for this to happen to (because they are that stupid) so let's ban it so not even those it would work well for can benefit. icon_rolleyes.gif



    AMEN TO THAT!!!! I couldn't possibly agree with you more. It really pisses me off when things get banned because someone was stupid. I've said this before and I'll say it again-- Here in PA if you buy pseudophedrine, however it's spelled, they run your license because you're only allowed to buy so much in a time period because it can be used to make an illegal drug somehow. I don't know, I don't get into it... But they could do the same thing with these other things... Like ephedrine. It pisses me off that there are so many people that ARE responsible and NOT stupid and actually do their research on stuff before taking it (like myself) and then you have idiots that go do something stupid and ruin it for everyone else! Well alcohol is still legal, wtf?!
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    Aug 21, 2010 7:46 PM GMT
    Injecting a chemical into your body just to make you more tan? That just doesn't seem right to me... I'll pass... icon_confused.gif
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    Aug 21, 2010 7:48 PM GMT
    worked wonders for me...lovin my tan.
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    Aug 21, 2010 7:48 PM GMT
    viveutvivas saidThe problem is you don't get a tan line. I like tan lines. I think it would be weird to be tanned even in your crack. icon_razz.gif


    You do get a tan line. It's not exactly like a non-sun tan. You still need to sunbathe a little. And I mean just a little. A couple of sunbeds/days in the sun will make you go really brown (with tan lines) with none of the sun damage.

    One tanning session is like having ten, only you don't burn AT ALL! Your white bits may be marginally darker than usual but it's not noticeable.

    I had to keep remembering to apply suncream on holiday, simply for the sake of being hydrated/avoiding wrinkles. God knows what colour I'd have gone if I hadn't.

    I was totally "safe" from the suns rays and kept on tanning. No way would I have gone my natural betteroot red and ended up peeling on thr first day of my holiday ... and downing co-codamol to take away the agonising pain. Not that I've ever done that before, lol. Look, I was very young, ok?

    Remember, this stuff was created to protect against skin cancer ...
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    Aug 21, 2010 9:07 PM GMT
    I wonder how you would look like if you had my complexion...
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    Aug 21, 2010 9:24 PM GMT
    Lenoxx saidI wonder how you would look like if you had my complexion...


    To answer you and a few others, it doesn't really work like that.

    I seriously overdid it (to the point it was hard work) and ended up going ... a wierd purplish kinda colour. Like very deep purpley brown with a hint of fucking blue. Not attractive at all. But verging on an Indian look (as in Asian Indian) which is the direction my family's comments veered in ... backward English people use a racist term to refer to the local/corner shop ... many of them are, traditionally Pakistanis. That's all.

    As for how a totally caucasian person would look with totally black skin, I imagine it would just look wrong. Like a black albino. The mixing of "races" tends to blend both skin colour and facial features if personal experience is anything to go by.

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    Aug 21, 2010 11:22 PM GMT
    Just curious does it turn red heads purpley/tan? Because Im sure they could really benefit!

    Im sure this is a bad question, but where can you get Melanotan besides from shadey websites..Could you get it from your Doctor in the US? I know it hasn't been FDA approved yet but perhaps a doctor could get it for me for "research" purposes..

    Email me!