How To Research With Our Creams?
You will find all you need to know to do awesome creamy research!
Say Hello To Our Creams Again!
As you may remember we announced our creams a while ago.
We now can finally announce that our creams are available for your next research projects!
We have SR-9009, SR-9011, BPC-157, and TB-500 available now as a cosmetic cream.
And yes, they are eligible for the BOGO in our big sale.
Why Did We Make Creams Again?
Some of these compounds have low bioavailability when you administer them orally to your test subject.
We already know that by using our solvents we raise the oral bioavailability, but our customers tend to be very cautious with these compounds for this reason.
Topical application, in other words when you use it as a cream, makes sure the bioavailability for these compounds gets excellent.
Other compounds, like BPC-157, tend to work in a specific way when used locally.
Normally your research with these compounds, mostly peptides, is through injections.
We noticed a lot of our researchers struggle with this kind of research because of all the practical issues that come with this research.
So also for that reason, we want to make it easier and more accessible for everyone by developing these creams.
And our creams are easy to apply and feel even pleasant on the skin.
How To Research With Our Creams?
Dosing the compound
For topical application, in other words, when you use a cream, the same dosing rules apply as when dosing these compounds orally.
So you do not have to worry to start searching for topical application research protocols.
Just stick to the dosages you know to start your research.
How Are Our Creams Dosed?
This might seem a little bit harder but again we use the same dosages as in our liquid solutions and peptides.
SR-9009 is dosed at 600MG per tube, just like the liquid form of SR-9009 is dosed at 20MG/ML for 30ML (and 20×30=600 as well!).
SR-9011 is as well dosed in this same way: 600MG per tube, just like the liquid form is dosed at 20MG/ML for 30ML.
The peptides follow the same logical rules.
BPC-157 is dosed at 5MG per tube, just like the vial has 5MG of BPC-157 in it to reconstitute.
And yes TB-500 is also dosed at 5MG per tube, just like the vial has 5MG of TB-500 in it to reconstitute.
So this means you need the same amount of tubes as you would need for your research with our liquids and peptides.
Another simple way to keep it easy and accessible for everyone.
How To Apply The Right Dose?
As you can expect: yes we made this simple too for you.
When you apply the cream to your hand, you should get a nice full palm to have exactly one full dose.
So that means that one full palm of SR-9009 and SR-9011 holds 20MG of the compound.
So yes that means you have 30 full doses in one tube for your research (just like with the liquid solution).
TB-500 and BPC-157 hold 500MCG of the compound in one nice full palm, which is of course the full dose for these compounds.
So that means you have 10 full doses in one tube for your research.
Where To Apply Our Creams?
When you apply the cream to your rat you should always make sure the skin is free and clean.
So remove excessive hair and make sure the skin is properly cleansed before applying the cream.
The best parts to apply the creams are the body parts that hold a lot of skin-deep veins.
So to make this clear: the chest, clavicle, shoulders neck, upper back, and the insides of both legs and arms are great places to apply them!
Yes, our creams are finally available for your next research project.
They are also available during our sale and eligible for the BOGO.
We developed them to give the compounds excellent bioavailability and make research easier and more accessible for all our researchers!
We made sure that researching with our creams is simple:
- same rules apply as with the liquid solution or peptides
- the creams are easy to dose (just take a nice palm full for a full dose)
- they are easy to apply on the research subject