Fake tanning sprays react with the top layer of skin to turn darker. They also include a chemical called DHA, Dihydroxyacetone, which can be toxic when inhaled. It has been approved for external use since the 1970s, but with spray tan precautions must be made to not ingest it through eyes, nose, and mouth because the risks are unknown but recognized.
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