Spray tan in pregnancy? Doc says not worth the risk due to lack of data. —Christine There is no data, as your doctor notes. To slightly flesh that out: there is an active ingredient in spray tanning (dihydroxyacetone) that interacts with the amino acids in your skin to produce the “tan” effect. (Side note: Until…

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