|Actress Jaimarie, Tan by Kona Tanning Co.|
As UV tanning gets more and more negative press, the number of people trying spray tanning for the first time has grown tremendously. And, as former UV tanners wise up and consider their alternatives to get that healthy glow, a lot of them also do their research, including safety checks. One of the biggest questions we hear is, “IS SUNLESS TANNING SAFE FOR MY SKIN?”
DHA sunless tanning has been recommended by The Skin Cancer Organization, American Academy of Dermatology, The American Cancer Society, The American Medical Society, and has been approved for cosmetic use by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It has been used for over 30 years without any harmful effect.
It’s perfectly safe for pregnant women to spray tan, and we have many pregnant moms-to-be that appreciate how the Kona House Blend minimizes the appearance of stretch marks, and nourishes the skin. However, we encourage all of our pregnant clients to consult their doctor prior to spray tanning.
Imagine, safely tanning and getting your skin vacation-ready (guilt-free!) in less than an hour, if you’re near our Costa Mesa studio! And if you’re outside of Orange County, check out our online boutique of sunless tanning products HERE. Our award-winning Gradual Tanner allows you to build a natural-looking color in just a few short days! The Kona Spritzers are individually packaged bottles of your own Kona Tanning House Blend tanning solution, for touch-ups on the go; ideal for travelers, fitness lovers and busy moms. Both men and women love how easy the Spritzers are to use for a quick face spray – the perfect way to brighten even the most dull-looking complexion!
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