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Courses on Spray Tanning 

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Courses on Spray Tanning 

Spray Tanning  

 
Everyone wants that summer body but do want the natural suntan since most often that leads to sunburn and skin irritation. If you fall in the same category, spray tanning is the way for you to achieve that perfect summer skin tone without the harmful rays of the sun getting absorbed by your skin.
It is an artificial way of getting that golden glaze. The spray contains an ingredient called dihydroxyacetone (DHA). It is a carbohydrate that is derived from sugar cane and sugar beets.
The chemical reaction that happens is similar to what happens when the bread is toasted, and potatoes are roasted. The amino acids on the surface of the skin react with the DHA, resulting in tanning. The tan from DHA lasts you anywhere between 3-10 days depending on a lot of factors.
The spray may also contain erythrulose, which is derived from red raspberries. Moreover, DHA and erythrulose are used together in tanning products to ensure that the tan lasts longer and fades better, resulting in an attractive skin tone.

Spray Tanning  

Advantages of spray tanning at a salon 

1)Spray tanning at a parlour  leaves you evenly tanned, and the chances of a mess-up is a lot lesser.
2)Once you choose the right place, you have guidance on everything from color to preparing for it, maintenance.
3)It dries off quickly and doesn’t leave blotches or patches.
4)Value for money.

Is Spray Tanning Safe? 

Spray tanning is approved by the FDA for cosmetic use and is mostly considered safe. Reports, however, suggest that it is not safe for you to inhale DHA, but it’s almost impossible not to inhale it while getting a tan. Even though the reports were pretty inconclusive and later discovered to be a lobbying game, you can take precautions and get a spray tan. It is safer than sunbathing as long as you are not overdoing it.

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