The active chemical used in spray tans, dihydroxyacetone (DHA), has the potential to cause genetic alterations and DNA damage, experts say.
New analysis from George Washington University is raising concerns that the chemical in spray tan formulations, dihydroxyacetone (DHA), is a potential carcinogen because it damages DNA and causes mutations. Read Post
We know this is bad news for those of you who thought of spray-tanning as a safe alternative to UV exposure, but the active chemical used in spray tans, dihydroxyacetone (or DHA), can cause genetic mutation and DNA damage. A panel ... Read Post
Dihydroxyacetone (DHA), the active chemical in spray tanners, has the potential to cause genetic alterations and DNA damage, according to a new study. AND you get to look like Snooki? Where do we sign up? An ABC News report, obtaine... Read Post