There are instances when tanning mist may get into your eyes. Do not panic. Booth California Mystic Tan has undergone thorough testing and the results showed that it does not cause eye or skin irritation. Plus there are still no documented incidents showing that Booth California Mystic Tan has caused harmful reactions to its users.
Another thing to remember in using Booth California Mystic Tan is the fact that there is the possibility of inhaling or ingesting the Mystic Tan mist. The DHA which is an active tanning ingredient used by Booth California Mystic Tan is a non-hazardous or non-toxic compound and therefore is not dangerous when ingested.
Aside from that DHA is known to be non-carcinogenic and even added in diet supplements for sports nutrition. Further tests also shows that DHA is less dangerous compared to aspirin and even less harmful than common table salt.
Research was also conducted on the maximum quantity of DHA that could be ingested or inhaled during a minute tanning session. And it was found out that only 0.05 milligrams or equivalent to one grain of table salt of DHA is actually ingested during a tanning session. Such minimal amount of DHA is not enough to cause any harm to users.