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Not all tanning products are created equal - The Melanoboost difference.

The market offers a plethora of options, ranging from traditional sun tan oils and tan accelerators, to advanced formulations like Melanoboost. Understanding the nuances between these products is crucial when selecting a product to meet your tanning needs.

Melanoboost distinguishes itself through its utilisation of biomimetic peptides designed to assist the natural tanning process indoors and out.

These intelligent actives are designed to boost melanin concentration in the skin in the lead up to UV exposure.

Melanin is the pigment which makes our skin tan. Melanin is usually only produced when your skin is exposed to UV light, however the biomimetic peptides used by Melanoboost are designed to mimic melanogenesis without UV exposure which allows you to start the tanning process indoors. This is what makes the science of biomimetic tanning technology so game changing!

The more abundant your melanin levels are before you head outdoors, the better prepared your skin is for exposure to sunlight in moderate amounts, and the better its ability to tan more effectively with minimal sun exposure.

Of course, when spending time outdoors, we always recommend a balanced approach to UV exposure to maximise benefit and minimise risk, and the use sunscreen.

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By contrast, most tan accelerators contain rudimentary ingredients such as Tyrosine and Riboflavin to assist tanning, which lack the sophistication and efficacy of biomimetic peptides.

Products that utilise Tyrosine and Riboflavin cannot assist tanning without UV exposure. They are designed to work with UV radiation to induce tanning, thereby increasing the risk of sunburn and sun damage, particularly for individuals with fair skin. These tend to be at a cheaper price point, typically ranging from £20 - £30.

Then there are the traditional tanning oils and lotions which feature essential oils only.

Essential oils such as coconut oil, avocado oil, sweet almond oil, or carrot seed oil for example provide moisturisation, but lack any active ingredients to aid in tanning. While these products may boast qualities such as being vegan, paraben-free, and cruelty-free, they ultimately fall short in assisting tanning. These tend to be at a lower price point, typically ranging from £12 - £20.

The price differential between Melanoboost and other tanning products is attributed to the  complexity of producing biomimetic peptides and their effectiveness in assisting faster, darker tanning with minimal sun exposure.

The synthesis of these peptides involves intricate chemical processes and stringent quality control measures to ensure purity and efficacy. Consequently, Melanoboost commands a higher price point reflective of its advanced formulation and superior tanning benefits.

In summary, Melanoboost represents a paradigm shift in the tanning industry, offering a scientifically advanced solution to assist tanning through its use of biomimetic peptides.

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