What's Comfort-in™ used for?
For insulin injections
Those suffering from diabetes use the Comfort-in™ as an alternative, giving them a virtually pain-free way for insulin injections without needles. Both adults and children use the Comfort-in™.
In dental clinics
Dentists are using the Comfort-in™ in most situations where they would usually use a needle. This allows dentists to provide virtually pain-free dentistry to their patients, and eliminate some of the fear associated with visiting the dentist.
In aesthetic clinics
The Comfort-in™ is used for rejuvenation of the skin, injecting many types of injectables such and dermal fillers and Placenta. In some cultures in parts of Asia, the placenta is seen as a folk remedy to help with fatigue, menopausal symptoms, liver diseases and combat ageing. Some anaesthetists have used needle free injection with lidocaine to anaesthetise the area before administration of an Epidural. It is similar to other needle free injectors made by Pharma Jet , BioJect, Insujet and Injex.
But, the possibilities are endless
Personal use of the Comfort-in™ for needle free injections is used by people with diabetes, men with erectile dysfunction also known as ED, couples undergoing IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) for injecting hormones, athletes injecting peptides or sports medicines, children or others injecting daily growth hormones and people with vitamin deficiencies such as B-12. Because the Comfort-in™ is the most versatile needle-free injection system on the market, it can be used in place of needles for injecting almost any drug, anaesthesia, vitamins, hormones, and much more.
Now, everyone has a way to take their injections that is less invasive, virtually pain-free and is needle-free.
Examples of self-administration uses are as follows:
- TRIMIX, QUAD-MIX, BIMIX injections for erectile dysfunction.
- Hormones including Oxytocin and HCG
- Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin)
- Peptides – GHRP-6, Ipamorelin, CJC 1295, IGF-1, MGF, Follistatin 315, Thymosin, Melanotan II, PT 141, SARM S22.
The Comfort-in™ can be used for 10,000 injections and it is operated by a self-powered spring.
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What is Comfort-in™️ and how does it work?
Comfort-in™️ is a spring operated needle-free injection system. This system is a type of medical injecting syringe that uses high-pressure - it uses the narrow jet of the injected liquid instead of a hypodermic needle to penetrate the epidermis (skin).
Comfort-in™️ is a compact system and delivers up to 0.5ml (50 units) of any liquid medication, it can also be referred to as a jet injector. It is ideal for personal use to self-administer insulin, hormones, vitamin B-12 and other liquid injectable grade medication.
In regards to personal use, Comfort-in™️ is an astonishing device that has given individuals with needle phobia the confidence and reassurance to receive or self-administer medication via the needle free injection system. It gives needle phobics the power to receive vaccinations or to allow their medical health professional, to administer local anesthesia to perform simple procedures such as stitches.