Vita Tanz in the Media
American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine ConferenceApril 2007
The ONLY Sunless Tanning Company Invited!We have the only "Age-defying Skin Therapeutic Cosmetic Tanning Formulation in the World"! There is no other company in the world that has a formula that meets the qualifications to enter into the Medical "Age-Defying" exposition!
Visit us at Booth 626 at the Anti-Aging Conference in Orlando on April 26-28, 2007.
Home & Travel Makes Skin, Inc.April 2006
Skin, Inc., a journal for professional spa operators, featured a profile of the Vita Matrix Home & travel kit in their April 2006 issue.
On The Cover of The Skin Cancer Foundation Quarterly!September 13, 2005
Vita Matrix Ageless Tanning Complex has been featured on the Skin cancer foundation Quarterly Newsletter. Vita Matrix is helping bring attention to the dangers of exposure to natural and artificial sunlight.
Originally Posted By The Skin Cancer FoundationJune 15, 2005
The popularity of self-tanning products is surging, showing that Americans are wising up about sun safety. They're putting their money where their skin is.
Self-tanning products, also called "sunless" tanning lotions, contain dihydroxyacetone (DHA), a colorless sugar that interacts with dead surface cells in the epidermis, staining the skin darker. The effect is temporary, because as the dead cells normally slough off, the color fades, disappearing within a week unless the lotion has been reapplied.
For Tans, It's Sprays Vs. RaysBy Alex Kuczynski, June 13, 2005
Advocates of the ultraviolet tan are beginning to feel the heat. The swift growth of the spray-on tan is accompanied by a growing chorus of medical experts who warn of the dangers of ultraviolet tanning.
The spray-on tan is a liquid solution that typically combines aloe vera; a bronzer; and dihydroxyacetone, or DHA, a chemical that interacts with the skin to produce a brown color over several hours, much as the flesh of a cut apple turns brown if left uncovered. According to Looking Fit, another trade publication, more than 2,500 stand-up spray-on units will be in place by the end of the year, a growth of 200 percent over the last four years.