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What do I do before my session?
Planning is the key to a great spray tan result. If you want a great bronze for an event or a special day, you should schedule your session to take place 2-3 days prior. To give your spray the right amount of time to set, it's best to not make big plans for the duration of the 9 hour setting time.
The night before your Tan
The day of your Tan
What should or shouldn't I do after my session?
How long will it last?
If you prepared your skin well, and follow these spray tanning tips, you can very well maintain your spray tan for 7-10 days.
Here are answers to some common spray tanning questions to help you feel confident and excited about your upcoming appointment
How does spray tanning work?
A Professional Spray Tan Artist consults with you so that you can achieve your desired result. The proper solution will be selected and then your skin will be prepped with a Ph Balance spray to create the perfect base and lengthen your spray tan results. You will be instructed on how to pose during your session to ensure no areas are missed. The application takes about 10 minutes and then you will "air dry" for about 2 minutes before getting dressed in your loose clothing. The tan effect will be noticeable due to the liquid bronzer that is apart of the DHA solution.
DHA is a colorless sugar derived from plants such as sugar beets. It has been used to treat medical problems such as skin-pigmentation disorders for more than 50 years. It's also been approved by the U.S. FDA for cosmetic use for decades. It was first used in a tanning product by Coppertone in the 1960s, although that early attempt tended to turn people orange. DHA products have improved since then, partly because the refining process is better.
DHA has an enzymatic reaction with the amino acids in the outer layer, or epidermis (stratum corneum), of the skin, causing the dead skin cells to turn temporarily dark. By contrast, the sun's rays and the UV lights used in tanning beds penetrate into the deepest layers of skin. That's why they cause lasting damage.