Women’s Health magazine looks at the latest innovations in fake tan with advice from experts including Dr Ross Perry.
Dr Perry helped to explain why using body fake tan on your face could be a bad idea, as the tanning reaction that is triggered by self-tan products is now understood to cause oxidative stress in the skin. Dr Perry says:
It has the potential to create free radicals and, as a result, potentially damage the DNA of your dermis with the result of ageing the skin.
Women’s Health magazine also notes:
…the skin on your face is more sensitive than anywhere else on your body, so it takes on colour differently.
Find more beauty articles on Women’s Health at http://www.womenshealthmag.co.uk/beauty-style/
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