Indoor Tanning Lotions Are Useful To The User

By Haywood Hunter


When it comes to choosing indoor tanning lotions, a majority of people do not know where to start. The likely side effects that using such tan accelerators might have on their skins worries them a lot. Their worries are definitely genuine, since various indoor tanning lotions affect the bodies and skins of people differently. The tanning lotions are manufactures using a variety of chemicals so as produce the tingles. This makes the users to wonder what kinds of ingredients are used in making the lotions, and what leads them to tingle.

Some of the most commonly used ingredients in making indoor tanning lotions are those that moisturize and those that tan. To facilitate the changing of the skin color, various chemicals are used so as to stimulate the skin into producing more melanin that in turn causes the skin color to change. One of these chemicals is L-Tyrosine.

In most cases, the actual melanin is included in the indoor tanning lotions, especially in the case of those that are not supposed to cause any tingle. Sometimes, DHA (Dihydroxyacetone) is added to help in achieving an almost instant tanning effect. Copper in different types is also included to add a bronzing effect.

In order to preserve the skin and also boost its moisture retention, other ingredients are also incorporated in lotions. The ingredients vary from one lotion to another, with some applying tea tree oil, walnut oil and hempseed oil, while other indoor tanning lotions use cooling additives like menthol.

When applied in accordance with the laid down instructions, lotion tingle as tan accelerators is basically safer for use. The tingle is as a result of the active ingredients that actually stimulate the skin to stimulate melanin. People who use indoor tanning lotions react differently to the ingredients, but in most cases do not experience any unpleasant effects.

Whenever a user applies such indoor tanning lotions, they are not guaranteed that no allergic reactions will occur to them. Hence, prior to applying the lotion on the entire body, a person should perform a test by applying it on a small patch on the body.

The point of using indoor tanning lotions is to enable the user get a tanned skin without having to expose themselves to sun radiation. Most of such users however, do not know how the synthetic bronze in the skin is acquired by applying the lotions. The most commonly applied ingredient in manufacturing the indoor tanning lotions is Dihydroxyacetone (DHA) mentioned above. It is a simple color preservative that reacts with amino acids found in the skin surface to make the skin dark. However, should they prove harmful to the users skin, their use should be discontinued with immediate effect.

Some indoor tanning lotions may have particular oils that assist the users skin absorb ultraviolet rays. This fast tracks the process of tanning, through causing the body to produce melanin, the tincture that is responsible for tanning the skin. Unfortunately, not all the lotion types are safe and users should be careful when choosing them.

If a user has to spend a certain amount of time exposed to sun rays, using indoor tanning lotions that have the ability to protect them from harmful ultraviolet rays is better than those that absorb them.




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