Sub-cutaneous injections are used for peptides, insulin, HGH and EPO.
Some have used this type of injection for testosterone, but that is not as well adapted for absorption by tissues.
We therefore recommend only using such injections for peptides, HGH and EPO.
First wash your hands properly. Then, wipe the vial’s rubber seal with a cotton pad or ball dipped in alcohol as well as the area of skin where you’ve chosen to make the injection.
There are four areas for sub-cutaneous injections (SCI).
Once your chosen area is disinfected, take a fold of the skin between thumb and index finger.
Take care to not include muscle tissue. You only want to fold the outer skin and fat layer.
Introduce the needle with an angle of 45° or 90° according to the thickness of the cutaneous issue, and do so with a rapid, precise and firm gesture. Do not pierce the muscle tissue.
Don’t let go of the folded skin because that risks inserting the needle into muscle tissue.
Pull the piston of the syringe to ensure the absence of any blood reflux. If there is any blood visible, remove the needle and prepare a new syringe.
Slowly inject the product and withdraw the needle afterwards with a rapid clean movement.