Concentrated Self Tanning Drops
Have a tan all year round with my Sun Drops. Mix 2-4 drops in a water-based product, e.g. your face cream or body lotion.
Sun Drops will give an even colour, with no spots nor shields.
43,62 EUR equals ~453,73 NOK
43,62 EUR equals ~472,80 SEK
Availability: 75 in stock
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The skin-coloring properties of dihydroxyacetone DHA arise from a reaction with the amino acids and amino groups found in the top layer of the skin (stratum corneum) during the formation of high-molecular pigments (melanoinides). This takes place in a Maillard-like reaction, where pyruvate and other hydroxycarbonyl compounds are formed from dihydroxyacetone. It is essential how this process is done, according to what color you end up with, as some of these processes can give a direct yellow color to the skin, I have of course tested and tested all I could and finally managed to create a Raz Skincare Sd Sun Drops that give the perfect tan color that suits everyone.
Delicate skin: Did you know that people with very delicate skin can be irritated when using DHA? Of course, I have also taken that into account with the addition of gooseberries.
Gooseberry (lat. Empetrum Nigrum) extract is a powerful antioxidant that protects and rebuilds all types of irritated skin. Gooseberries fights the inflammation that causes the skin to swell, and turn red. As it is also astringent, it ensures that the skin does not dry out during irritations and at the same time it ensures that you never get shields from your Raz Skincare Sd – Sun Drops, but that the color is always perfect.
The first time mankind noticed the browning effect in DHA was back in the 1920s when the sugar substance was used in X-rays. A little further back in time, children with the disease GSD (glycogenosis) were treated with a powerful mixed DHA sugar substance. It was discovered that the children who spilled, spit or licked their mouths turned brown. At first it was thought that it was a lack of oral hygiene. Therefore, the children received a slap on their face and a message about better oral hygiene, until one of the doctors spilled it on himself and got an idea. This doctor Eva Wittgenstein started painting DHA dissolvations on her skin and was the first to write a definitive article on the subject. Today, there are several different types of DHA on the market, which give everything from yellow to a tan colour.