Spray tanning is a form of self tanning (or sunless tanning) where a fine mist is sprayed onto your body. This mist has an ingredient in it called Dihydroxyacetone (DHA) that interacts with your own skin's chemistry to turn it tan, or bronze.
The active ingredient in both self tanning lotions and spray tans is DHA. The FDA has found DHA to be safe when applied to the skin. However, they have not approved it or found it to be safe when it's inhaled. That's why when you get a spray tan you have to be careful not to breathe it in.
We supply masks and strong ventilation
Other Safer Alternatives
Tanning cream uses the same technology and ingredients without the possibility of inhaling and gives a LONGER LASTING colour. This method does not dry the skin as much.
Tanning Mouse uses the same technology and ingredients without the possibility of inhaling and gives a deep LONGER LASTING colour and is safe. This method does not dry the skin as much.
ALL THREE METHODS HAVE THE SAME PREPERATION AND ARE PROFESSIONALLY APPLIED AND DRIED.