Tuesday, September 5, 2023

Tuesday Tanlines

The new TikTok tanning nasal spray trend has concerned many people in the medical community. The active ingredient in this viral nasal tanning drop is medically known as Melanotan II, which triggers the production of melanin.

The substance is banned in multiple countries due to safety concerns. It's available in the form of injection, too. Despite the ban, this tanning nasal spray is available in the illegal market.

As per reports, potential side effects include sun hypersensitivity, pigmentation, premature skin aging, vomiting and diarrhea, kidney damage, sexual dysfunction and skin cancer.

@natalie_larose93 Im addicted to it 😜 #nasalspraytan #beautyispower #foryoupage #foryou #fypシ゚viral #fyp ♬ Beyonce - AMARNI
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  1. Ah, that Georgia peach, I can almost feel that slightly firm fruity flesh and taste that warm sweet juice.

  2. She's addicted to it. I see a lawsuit in her future