Customer Consent and Acknowledgement for Feistan At Home Products
By purchasing Feistan At Home, Ennybegs Inc. products, you the customer agree that you have read the following information as well as consent to the herein information regarding the products and its uses.
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The main tanning agent used in Feistan At Home self-tanning products is dihydroxyacetone (DHA). The DHA doesn’t produce a “real tan” by increasing the skin’s melanin levels. It does create the tanned appearance by developing a brown color on the surface of the skin.
The action of the DHA is limited to the upper layer of the skin only and involves a reaction between the DHA, skin proteins and oxygen that produces the brown appearance. The process is similar to what happens when you open an banana and it turns browns when it’s exposed to the oxygen in the air.
Precautions should always be taken when applying Feistan At Home products. Precautions include but are not limited to the following.
Avoid getting any form of the Self Tanner, PH Skin Prep or Feistan Fade in your eyes, ears, nose, mouth or open wounds. Use protective equipment to prevent the products from entering or coming in contact with the above body parts. Stop using immediately if you develop a rash or have a reaction. Contact a medical professional immediately if you have a reaction or develop a rash.
Other precautions regarding sunless tanning are Contact Dermatitis or Irritant Dermatitis, which is a skin rash resulting from exposure to allergens or irritants. The reaction is very rarely reported but should be watched out for. It is likely due to other ingredients such as preservatives in the preparation of the products. Please perform a skin patch test for home products or ask your technician to perform a skin patch test for spray tans if this is a concern.
"Warning: All of our products do NOT contain a sunscreen and does not protect against sunburn. Repeated exposure of unprotected skin while tanning may increase the risk of skin aging, skin cancer, and other harmful effects to the skin even if you do not burn."