Angie’s List: Spray Tans


Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States.

More than three-and-a-half million people are diagnosed each year. So you might consider a spray tan if you want that golden bronze.

According to Angie’s List, spray tanning has been around for years. It requires the use of dihydroxyacetone or D-H-A, the active ingredient in self-tanning solutions, which was approved by the F-D-A for external use back in the 1970s.

Each spraying session produces an instant tan that lasts about five to 10 days depending on your skin tone and activity level.

Experts say it’s best to have your last spray tan completely faded before getting another.

One spray tan session will cost you around 30 to 50 dollars, but most facilities offer discounted rates with multiple sessions.

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