This episode of The Doctors, aired on May 14th, shows the before and after effects of quality airbrush equipment and solutions. I am not a doctor and this is for information purposes only. Always consult your own personal doctor before using prescription medication or taking medical advice.
After her spray tan model has no orange hue and looks healthy and natural. This is the type of tan that BronzedBerry provides it’s clients. It is important that you remain a natural color.
I had mixed oppinions of this video. The model was able to show the before and after effects of an instant airbrush spray tan. One that was natural and healthy looking.
However….the doctor who is being interviewed and quoted makes some pretty unrealistic claims that I would like to address.
The anit-aging tan. He claims that the anti-aging properties in his solution come from the prescription drug, Retin A. This drug has been used to treat skin issues, such as acne. It has shown to also diminish the appearance of fines lines and wrinkles.
Nothing I have ever read or could find would indicate that one application would yield a client improvements in their skin.
My personal experience with beauty products has always been that to see long term effects of the product requires prolonged use of that product. The doctor in this video does not go into such detail. My assumption is that you would need this treatment multiple times to see any kind of effect.
He also claims that his spray tan will last 10-20 days. This is something that I would like to challenge. Again I am not a doctor but DHA, the active ingredient in spray tanning solutions only penetrates the top layer of the epidermis (skin). This part of your skin naturally falls off about every 5-10 days. So if the active ingredient in his solution is DHA it would seem impossible for it to last as long as his claim.
I suppose it’s possible that the combination of DHA and Retin A could actually penetrate deeper into the epidermis and you could see longer results. This is unknown to me.
What I can say is that BronzedBerry offers, natural and organic solutions to provide our clients withe the safest sunless tanning on the market. It’s great to see inivators comign out and testing our limits but until there is more evidence that this type of treatment is helpful and safe we’ll have to wait.
Worth noting I have heard that Retin A makes your skin very sensitive to sun so if you are using it or have gone to a place that has provided a treatment like described in the video, please consult your dermatologist about recommended sun exposure.