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Spray Tanning Health & Safety, FDA Recommendation

    It is recommended by the FDA that users should avoid ingesting or inhaling the mist of any sunless tanning product containing DHA (Dihydroxyacetone). Although DHA is considered a safe ingredient which is derived from sugar cane, DHA is recommended for external use only by the FDA.

    The following health & safety measures is recommended by the FDA and Brilliant Tan to protect you and your clients during the application of a spray tan.

    1. Apply a lip balm / petroleum jelly to lips.
    2. Wear breathable foam nose filters / disposable paper masks (both you and your client)
    3. Wear protective eye wear eg. spray tanning glasses or have your client close their eyes during the spray tanning application. Never spray in the eyes.
    4. Your client should wear protective undergarments

    We also recommend the following:

    1. Have your client wear a disposable hairnet to protect the hair from discolouring (especially important for light coloured hair)
    2. Have your client wear a pair of hygiene sticky feet for hygiene purposes and to prevent DHA staining on the soles of your client's feet. 
    3. Apply barrier cream to the top & insides of client's hands, elbows, knees, top & sides of feet & heels, this will prevent those areas from tanning too dark and ensure a more natural looking tan.

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