What is spray tanning?

Spray Tanning is unique process of applying tanning solution to your body using an airbrush machine. The solution goes on smoothly and evenly with no streaking. The process is different from spray booths, as it is applied by hand to your body by a trained and certified technician.

Why is Spray Tanning a better Option?

Spray Tans can help disguise cellulite, stretch marks, acne, blemishes, and other various imperfections in minutes. No mess! No streaks! No orange! No odor!

What Type of Solution is Used?

The main ingredient is Dihydroxyacetone, the same ingredient that is used in self-tanners. Our solution are Organic and Paraben Free.

What is Dihydroxyacetone?

Dihydroxyacetone (DHA) is a FDA approve chemical which reacts with the natural amino acids in the top layer of your skin, producing the best looking sunless bronze tan.

What Do I Need to Do to Prepare for My Tan?

Please shower, shave, and exfoliate at least 1/2 a day in advance. Do not apply deodorant or makeup prior to the tan. Make sure you have loose clothing to wear afterward. It is important to use a water-based exfoliant, as an oil-based exfoliant will interfere with your tan.

What do I need to do after my tan?

Do not shower for at least 6 hours. Take warm (not hot) showers, and moisturize twice daily. If you plan hot-tubs, swimming pools, or shaving we highly advise you to use our tan-extending products.

How long will my tan last?

Your tan can last 7-9 days or up to two weeks as long as you take care of your skin and use the tan extender. It is important to take care of your skin in order to achieve a longer-lasting tan.

What Do I Wear when I go get spray tanned?

We advise you to wear dark colored bathing suits or underwear. You may also use our disposable undergarments provided at the time of service at no extra charge. Women have the option to tan in the nude, but we ask that men wear some type of swimsuit or underwear.

Can I Airbrush Tan if I Have any Health Conditions?

Clients that are diabetic or have ever had a negative reaction to any type of self-tanning product should consult with their doctor.