These tanning pills are doing the rounds online at the moment and a few customers alerted me to check it out so I have and here is my take on them.
Looking at the ingredients, the active one they say increases your melanin is
L-Tyrosine is an amino acid, which is a building block of protein that occurs naturally in the body. L-Tyrosine can also be found in certain foods such as meat, fish, eggs, dairy products, beans, nuts, oats, and wheat.
Some people have low levels of L-Tyrosine and it has been used to treat depression or attention deficit disorder (ADD or ADHD). However, research has shown that L-Tyrosine may not be effective in treating these conditions.
Other uses not proven with research have included dementia, high blood pressure, narcolepsy, schizophrenia, weight loss, premenstrual syndrome, Parkinson's disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, alcoholism, cocaine addiction, and other conditions and now adding to the list is melanin increase for tanning.
NONE of these have been proven or approved by the FDA and on further research I found a few reviews online which I will add below.
What I think is the ol placebo affect probably comes into play here as we all know our mind is a powerful thing but they also say that these are best taken while sunning yourself, hahah which would make you brown and increase your melanin anyway.
So my take on this is a BIG FAT NO from me, but I must add in here I am no chemist and these may work for some of you, I think you should all do your own research and come to your own conclusion, this was just my humble opinion from my own research.
I would like to say also that Dr Viton does have some good products on his site like the set of serums here https://dr-viton.com/products/set-of-serums/ but as for the tanning pills, hmmmm I think that might be another marketing scam. (only in my opinion)