The Safest Way to Tan All Year Long

The active ingredient in our airbrush tan, DHA Dihydroxyacetone, has been used in cosmetic preparations for many years. It was first listed with the FDA in 1973 and approved for the user to color the skin. Derived from glycerine, it is commonly used in many cosmetic and food ingredients.

Airbrush-applied DHA is not absorbed into the body. It poses no possibility of toxicity as it reacts with the amino acids and proteins in the outer layer of skin cells.