Dihydroxyacetone OverviewDihydroxyacetone /dahadrksiæston/ (listen) (DHA), also known as glycerone, is a simple saccharide (a triose) with formula C3H6O3. DHA is primarily used as an ingredient in sunless tanning products. It is often derived from plant sources such as sugar beets and sugar cane, and by the fermentation of glycerin. Contents 1 Chemistry 2 Biology 3 Uses 3.1 Winemaking 3.2 Sunless tanning 3.3 DHA safety considerations 4 References 5 External links Chemistry DHA is a hygroscopic...
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