Self-tanner problems

mrsgymMay 19, 2011

I have used self-tanners off and on for years. The problem is, no matter if it's an inexpensive or expensive product, or at a tanning facility, I break out into hives eventually. From what I've read it's the DHA in the product that is causing the problem. Does anyone know of a tanner without the DHA?

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Happyladi

No, it's the DHA that makes it work. Maybe you could use some leg makeup instead.

    Bookmark   June 25, 2011 at 3:19PM
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