The fake-tanning market is a minefield - once you've debated over the formulation, do you choose a lotion, spray or mousse? What about drying time and the end result? If, like most people, you prefer your tan to look fresh and flawless as opposed to streaky and unrealistic, learn to fake it like a pro with the mobile spray tanner advantages.
Airbrush tanning is a new and safe way of achieving a golden look without the risks of picking up skin cancer often associated with overexposure from the sun or from a tanning bed. Using an airbrush, a clear liquid containing dihydroxyacetone (DHA) is applied to the body. This ingredient, which has been approved by the FDA for over 30 years for cosmetic applications, reacts with the amino acids in the outer layer of the skin. This tan lasts approximately 5 to 10 days depending on your life style and skin type. With necessary applications, you can maintain your tan indefinitely. Also use moisturizer on your skin daily to help keep you and your tan looking healthy and glowing. Sunless or self-tanning lotions contain an active ingredient known as dihydroxyacetone (DHA),
a colorless sugar that darkens the skin by staining. DHA works by interacting with the dead surface cells found in the outermost layer of the skin, producing color changes. As the dead skin cells are naturally wearing off, the color gradually fades, just like a genuine sun tan. Typically within five-ten days.
DHA is a three carbon sugar that's inherently non-toxic and is the active ingredient in practically all sunless or self-tanning lotions and sprays. It was originally derived from raw sugar cane, but is most often produced from a vegetable source such as sugar beets.
DHA was used as far back as the 1920's for a wide variety of reasons ranging from treating glycogen disorders to covering vitiligo. It first appeared in cosmetics in the form of a tanning product from Coppertone in the 1960's, and was approved for general use in cosmetics during the 1970's. Admittedly, many of these early sunless tanning products didn't work all that well and tended to create more of an orange tone rather than a bronze tan. Even some self-tanning lotions and pump sprays you can find in stores today still use low concentrations of DHA, and will give you a streaky, orange looking tan.
The good news is that with the advanced refining processes used to derive DHA today, it's possible to produce a formula that creates a perfect golden tan with each and every use. At present, the average concentration of DHA you'll find in a sunless tanning product is around 5%. However, Bahama Bronze mobile spray tanner in a can offers an 8% DHA concentration which is very close to what is used by professional airbrush tanning machines and masters. The fact is that a higher concentration of DHA in this mobile spray tanner produces a darker, more realistic tan. Plus, since Bahama Bronze is an aerosol spray, it can be applied with smooth even strokes, and the mobile spray tanner doesn't require any rubbing.
If you are looking for something special, then, don't hesitate and use Airbrush Tanning Solution Golden Tropic USING ONLY FDA APPROVED INGREDIENTS. This is a great new profit-making opportunity to complement Airbrush Bodyart.
It's safe, fast and very profitable, and everyone will be thrilled by the results.