what is spray tanning?

Spray tanning is the newest phase in application of self-tanning products, although it’s predecessors have been around for decades.  Essentially, spray tanning utilizes the principles of self-tanning lotions of the past and by simply making the self-tanners thin enough to allow for a spray application.  This method provides a perfect, streak free result when applied properly.

These solutions include Dihydroxyacetone, or DHA, which works by reacting with the keratin protein in the top, (or dead) layer of your skin.  Just like a natural suntan, the results are temporary, this outer layer of skin is continuously “sloughing” off.

spray tans are completely safe.

Back in the 1970s, the FDA added DHA to its list of safe cosmetic ingredients.  No portion of the spray enters the bloodstream, making the process completely safe.

how is this method different from spray tanning booths?

Personalized spray tanning uses the same basic type (but not brand) of solution used in spray booths; however, our method allows for a more precise application. We can add more solution to areas where the sun would naturally, such as the bridge of the nose, cheekbones, and shoulders. Because the tanning solution is applied by your own personal technician, there will be no “missed” spots or uneven areas.