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What does DHA stand for?

DHA stands for Dihydroxyacetone


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The main ingredient in spray tanning treatments is dihydroxyacetone, or DHA, which works by reacting with the dead layer of surface skin.
The main ingredient in spray tanning treatments is dihydroxyacetone, or DHA, which works by reacting with the dead layer of surface skin.
These include skin dyes, avoiding tanning of skin around the lesions to make them less obvious, covering up with make-up, using self-tanning compounds containing dihydroxyacetone, which doesn't need melanocytes to cause a tan
The ingredients for Visage Naturel's sunless tanning solution are FDA-approved and contains the same solution, dihydroxyacetone, used in tanning salons.
inventor of the first aerosol hair spray -- today is sending Kerry and President Bush a month's supply of its new SALON SOLATTE(TM) Tanning Mist, which contains two exclusively refined sugars -- the FDA-approved tanning additive dihydroxyacetone (DHA) and erythrulose -- as active ingredients that when combined with white tea extracts and aloe react with amino acids in the skin's surface cells to darken without damage, creating a safe and natural looking tan.