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Natural Awakenings Naples and Fort Myers

A Healthy Tan Without the Last Rays of Summer

Professional cosmeceutical spray tanning solutions, only offered at spas, are proprietary formulas which use the finest botanical ingredients available. They can produce a safe, all-natural tan by combining ingredients such as purified water, droxyacetone (DHA), saccharum officinarum, whole leaf aloe vera, sodium benzoate (benzoic acid) and potassium sorbate (sorbic acid).

Purified water has been filtered down to a specific micron (particle) size with 99 percent of all minerals, chemicals, chlorine, sediment and elements removed.

DHA is a U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved simple carbohydrate compound that is derived from plant sources such as beet sugar. It causes a natural tanning of the skin when applied at the right concentration.

Saccharum officinarum, the botanical name for cane sugar, is processed at specific temperatures and concentrations, enabling it to create a natural, safe bronzing effect to the skin.

Whole leaf aloe vera (Barbadensis) extract contains active nutrients, phytonutrients, vitamins and minerals for optimal skin health. It also contains more than 75 nutrients and 200 active compounds

Benzoic acid is a naturally occurring compound with antimicrobial properties that is found naturally in cranberries, prunes, greengage plums, cinnamon, ripe cloves and apples.

Sorbic acid, derived from the oil of the unripe rowan berry (sorbapple or mountain ash berry), is used to prevent bacteria and mold growth.

Professional cosmeceutical tanning solutions allow increased absorption into the skin, enhance color, extend the life of the tan for generally about four days and offer the golden bronze color that can make even sunbathers envious.  

Cosmecutical spray tanning is offered at Organic Skincare and Bodyworkx, 13240 Tamiami Tr. N., Ste. 207, in Naples. For more information, call 239-514-4494 or visit

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