The all new Comfort-in™ is a needle free injection system that is revolutionising the healthcare industry and individual patient comfort by eliminating the need to use painful needles in many situations. In medical and dental centres, it is used for needle free delivery of medication and local anaesthesia.
Comfort-in™ is currently being used to assist with people and children who are petrified of syringes needles, in minor procedures, to deliver small doses at a time.
In aesthetic clinics, it 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, 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 anaesthetize the area before administration of an Epidural. It is similar to other needle free injectors made by Pharma Jet , BioJect, Insujet and Injex. See how needle free injectors compare.
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) injecting hormones, athletes injecting peptides, children or others injecting daily growth hormones, or people with vitamin deficiencies such as B-12. Everyone now has a way to take their injections in a less invasive and less painful way.
This needle free injection device is suitable for self-administration of the following:
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,
How to select an adapter?
It’s very simple. There are four (4) different adapters:
14mm Adapter: made to suit vials with a diameter of 14mm.
CT Adapter: an adapter designed to fit onto a dental syringe for transferring local anaesthesia for dental purposes.
Pen Adapter: designed to be mounted onto an insulin pen, for transferring insulin.
Luer Adapter: suitable for use with soft packaged liquids, breakable glass vials and when used together with a conventional needle is a universal adapter.