The spray tan is the next step for tanning enthusiasts.
It is one of the most widely used tanning treatments in the world.
However, a new study by researchers at The Ohio State University and University of Texas Medical Branch Medical School suggests that it may not be as effective as it sounds.
Tanning is a cosmetic procedure that involves applying chemicals to the skin to produce a tan.
It can also be used to achieve a tan, and people often use it for aesthetic purposes.
But a new report from researchers at the University of Houston Medical Center suggests that the spray tan may not actually tan the skin.
In the study, researchers at Houston Methodist University found that the use of a spray Tan did not cause more wrinkles than the use a conventional tan.
In the study of 2,000 adults who were either using a spray or a conventional or a standard tan, the researchers found that those who had used a spray had significantly less skin aging than those who did not.
They also found that while those who used a standard or spray tan experienced a 30 percent reduction in wrinkles, the results were not statistically significant.
“In addition, the findings showed that spray tanning may not reduce wrinkles, which is a potentially important consideration for the use in cosmetic dermatology, where wrinkles can be a common side effect,” said the report, which was published online Wednesday by the journal Dermatology International.
The research team, led by Mihaela Gorman, a dermatologist at Houston-based Houston Methodist, looked at facial and body changes from three groups of people.
Those who used spray tan were compared to those who never used a tan and those who didn’t use spray tan.
The study is the first to compare spray tan to conventional tan and conventional tan to spray tan and not a conventional.
The team compared facial and chest skin changes and other measures of skin aging with those of conventional tan, conventional, or spray.
Dr. Gorman told ABC News she had not read the study before it was published, and that she was not surprised by the results.
“I was surprised to see the differences,” she said.
“It’s not that they were less wrinkly.
It’s that they didn’t have wrinkles in the same way that they did with conventional tan.”
She also pointed out that many of the people who are using a conventional product are older, which might contribute to the differences.
The study found that people who use a spray are more likely to be younger, more educated, and less likely to have a history of depression or anxiety.
The researchers say that these factors are likely to influence their use of spray tan products.
People who use spray are also more likely than people who don’t spray to have experienced severe acne, which can lead to more skin damage.
And although spray tan has been around for a while, the research is the largest to compare the two, the study authors wrote.
There are two ways to apply a spray to your skin.
A conventional spray can be applied to the outer corner of the face, while a spray can also go under the skin and onto the back of the arm.
In general, people tend to use a standard spray tan because it has been used for years.
In addition, most of the spray tans on the market are also standard, and they’re often made from silicone.
The spray tanners often use a gel-based tanner, which creates a more consistent product.
But Dr. Gormann and her colleagues say that spray tanniers are not the same as standard tanner.
So, if you want to try out spray tan on your skin, you’ll have to try a traditional spray tan first.
But the spray is less harmful than a standard.