DHA is the main tanning ingredient used in all of airbrush tanning solutions. DHA is dihydroxyacetone, a carbohydrate (monosaccharide sugar) compound approved by the FDA for use in externally applied sunless tanning solutions. DHA is usually derived from a vegetable source like beets or sugar cane. Its properties as a skin darkener were discovered in the 1920′s but weren’t marketed as such until the 1960′s when Coppertone® introduced Quick Tan®. It was added to the FDA’s list of approved cosmetic ingredients in the 1970′s. DHA has only been approved for external use by the FDA. The FDA recommends wearing protective eyewear, nose plugs, lip balm and undergarments during your spray tanning session to eliminate inhalation or ingestion. Wearing these during your spray tan session is not mandatory, and is up to your discretion. However I have these on hand at all times, and they are complimentary during every spray tanning session.
Are you sick of this long winter and want to look like you just came back from a Caribbean vacation? I am looking for models to expand my portfolio. If you are willing to let me post before and after pictures of my work with or without the face, the airbrush tan will be half price, at my location only. If interested call, text or email me.
Avenue K E, Monroe Township, New Jersey 08831, United States
By appointment only
It is very important to take care of your skin/tan before and after your Airbrush tan, for maximum results. If all steps are not followed it may effect the development of the Airbrush tan. Here are some great tips to help get the best Airbrush tan possible. This will tell you how to prepare for your tan as well as maintaining it! Remember the Airbrush tan solution is not a sun screen. It is important to apply sunscreen over the Airbrush tan when in the sun for long periods of time!
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