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Can I use self tanner if I have melasma?Updated a month ago

If you have melasma and are considering using self-tanner, it's essential to understand how it may affect your skin. Self-tanner typically contains DHA (dihydroxyacetone), which reacts with the amino acids in the skin's surface to darken it temporarily. However, self-tanner will not provide coverage for melasma, and in some cases, it may even darken the affected areas further.

If you're seeking full coverage for skin concerns like melasma, our Cosmic Bronzing Drops offer a radiant solution. While traditional self-tanners may not address specific pigmentation issues like melasma, our bronzing drops provide comprehensive coverage while imparting a luminous glow.

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  3. Enhanced Radiance: Infused with light-reflecting particles, our bronzing drops impart a radiant glow that enhances your complexion while providing coverage for imperfections.
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