Many fair-skinned women desire a copper-toned skin tone, and achieving this requires sun exposure. With the increasing tested and observed hazards of UV exposure, tanning is not an option; but there is hope. This innovation is called "Sunless Tan". For this method, you can use a tanning lotion, gel, mousse, solarium, or the most popular way, spray tanning.
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The primary component of spray tans is a chemical known as DHA (dihydroxyacetone). It is a type of sugar that is derived from plants. The FDA has authorized it (Federal Drug Administration). It reacts with the amino acids present in your skin's dead cells.
When DHA attaches to skin cells, a discoloration occurs making your tan, but every day those dead skin cells are shed to make way for new cells and the tan comes with it. That's why the sun-kissed color spray fades away little by little. Tan lasts about a week.
Spray tanning is usually done in salons, but if you don't want to spend a lot of money, you can do spray tanning at home. Just buy a spray tan and you can do it yourself if you know how. But if you don't want to stain your skin, there are two ways to get a spray tan. You can choose between a spray tanning booth or an airbrush tan.
You can even search online for more information about spray tanning.