More on Sunless Tanning Safety
Just this last week, the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Perfumery Association of Britain came out swinging against media reports in the U.K. that there are potential health risks in sunless tanning.
Responding to an article in the The Sun newspaper, the Association blasted the paper for creating needless worries.
“We would like to allay any worries this article might cause to the many consumers who enjoy sunless tanning, and those who work in salons providing this treatment,” declared the Association in a statement on their website.
Dihydroxyacetone (DHA), the main ingredient in sunless tanning products, was recently reviewed by the European Commission’s Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety which advises the Commission on scientific matters including the safety of cosmetics.
“The SCCS specifically addressed the question of the product possibly being inhaled from self-tan sprays and says the use of DHA as a self-tanning ingredient in spray cabins will not pose a risk to the health of the consumer.”
In the U.S., DHA has been long approved by the Food and Drug Administration as safe for external use. When used properly, DHA is safe for almost everyone including people who have sensitive skin or asthma.
The DHA that is used in New Gorgeous’s line of sunless tanning solutions and products is paraben-free. This means you get the best possible solution from New Gorgeous. We also go the extra mile and ensure that our products are cruelty-free, never tested on animals, as certified by PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). We have great products!
Your clients can rest assured that with New Gorgeous they are getting the best. If Victoria’s Secret models use New Gorgeous, as Martha Friedlander ensures they do on her watch, you know it is good.
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