In order to reproduce the healthy appearance of a tan without the associated UV dangers, many people have turned to self tanning lotions and spray tans instead. But just how healthy is your fake tan product? While DHA (Dihydroxyacetone), the active ingredient found in most tanning lotions, has been FDA approved--although we should note only for some very limited uses—bear in mind that the myriad other ingredients included in your self tanner may not be. In addition, some one-time FDA-approved chemicals used in tanning sprays have since had their approval withdrawn due to the potential health risks that they pose and do notice that the term acetone which is a hazardous ingredient is used at the end of the word DHA above and is not found in 100% Herbal Instant Tan- it stands alone from others in this way. (look up acetone's composition info. by clicking on the link and you'll be surprised when you scroll down the page. Don't be fooled by the fact that it's marketed as just a sugar by the FDA which is safe; you must look at all the components which make up the whole ingredient to know the truth. Knowledge is power!).
So if you're concerned about your skin and want that tanned look without the risk of UV damage or the side effects of harsh chemicals, what are your options? Clearly, a natural sunless tanning product such as 100% Herbal Instant Tan is the best self tanning choice. Containing only natural, herbal ingredients that have been used for many years in Eastern cultures, 100% Herbal Instant Tan is the safe sunless tanning choice for those who want an easily achieved, natural-looking tan, risk-free. ORDER YOURS HERE.