Spray Tanning FAQ’s

How Does It Work? Airbrush tanning is a process that uses an air compressor and airbrush to spray a tanning solution on the customer’s body. The tanning solution is completely UV-free and is approved by the FDA for use. It is applied by a professional artist, ensuring a customized, natural-looking tan. The maximum color is reached within 12 hours of the application and continues to get darker after the initial application.

Is It Safe? Yes, the DHA reacts with the top layer of the skin, giving it a golden bronze color. Since there is no use of artificial UV lights, there is no risk of developing skin cancer.

How Should I Prepare? The night before or morning of, you may want to exfoliate to help remove any lotions or makeup on your body. These have a tendency to block the tanning solution from interacting with your skin, resulting in an unsuccessful tan.

What to Wear? Everyone has her preference, and it depends solely on what areas of your body you want tanned.

How Long Does It Take? A single tan lasts an average of four to 10 days from the first appointment. However, every person’s skin is different, therefore the length of the tan may vary. Your first appointment will typically last 30 minutes. Every appointment after will last 15 to 20 minutes.