The active chemical used in spray tans, dihydroxyacetone (DHA), has the potential to cause genetic alterations and DNA damage, experts say.
The active ingredient in self-tanners and spray tans may cause DNA damage, according to a panel of scientists in an investigation done by ABC News. Here's what you need to know. Related posts: How safe is spray tanning? Try common s... 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