Lindsay Lohan turned to her Twitter (@sevinnyne6126) to respond to the release the statement from the manufacturer of her Sevin Nyne Tanning Mist, which found itself on the receiving end of a lawsuit filed by Florida chemist Jennifer Sunday. Lohan tweets:
This statement I am posting was issued from George Mitchell, President of United 1 Labs which manufacturers Sevin Nyne Tanning Mist.
I am sorry to hear about the claims being made against Lorit, LLC regarding the Sevin Nyne product. I have been involved in creating self-tanning products for over 12 years. When requested to help develop the formula for Sevin Nyne with Lorit, LLC I did so using my expertise and was not provided with any formulas or trade secrets by Lorit, LLC or anyone involved in or related to the Sevin Nyne product. As everyone in the self tanning industry is aware, the combination of dihydroxyacetone and erythrulose are commonly used in all self-tanning products. There is nothing proprietary about the combination of those two items. Further, there is nothing proprietary with proprietary with regard to the fragrance used.
Very Truly Yours,
George Mitchell, President
United 1 International Laboratories, LLC