DHA was approved by the FDA back in the 1970s as a tanner, but only for external use. At first, it was only used in self-tanning creams. Spray tanning booths, which spew the chemical into the air, weren't envisioned, and that's where the danger lies. The FDA warns that...
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Jjbean

You are quoting "possibilities" but where are the studies and statistics?

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#1091505
I used to work for Zoom Tan. All I can say about that company is that they only exist to try to take people's money. They screw their clients by nor refunding money, not letting them cancel their memberships, charging too much for everything and making them waste their...
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Anonymous

I currently work here and all the things you stated have changed. The policies have changed. It's actually pretty nice to work here because they are conforming to make worker ...

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Anonymous

Wow

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#948626
What if Zoom Tan told the truth about the cancer they give people? Maybe they would make a blog like this: https://zoomtantan.wordpress.com/ But, just like the cigarette companies before them, they are not going to tell the truth because they want you to come in an pay...
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I didn't like
  • Takes advantage of young girls
  • Customer service rude comments
  • Ripped off
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Zoom Tan - Skin Cancer
Zoom Tan - Skin Cancer
Zoom Tan's famous tagline is "Why be pale and pasty?" Well, attached are some selfies of some women who found out why you shouldn't try to be "Tan and tasty." Despite all the bull that tanning salons try to say that UV light is good for you. A tan is basically evidence...
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