The Spray Tanning Process
Follow our preparation and post-spray instructions to ensure the best results!
Spray tan prep
Spray Tan Preparation
Shower, exfoliate (body wash w/washcloth and scrub skin), shave where you normally shave. After shower, apply a light lotion all over body. Yes! Lotion is important. We are too dry in our climate not to have lotion on. Use Jergens or Suave or a water based lotion. Nothing too heavy or creams. These products won't let the tan adhere to the body properly.
Spray Tan Appointment
No makeup or jewelry. Best not to wear deodorant or perfumes. While getting sprayed you can go nude or you can wear a darker colored underwear/bathing suit. The tan will not stain although it's best not to wear your brightest whites. Remember wearing under garments, you will have tan lines. After your spray tan, you'll need to wear lose clothing. Anything to tight will rub or keep the tan from adhering properly to the skin. No showering for 12 hours.
Spray Tan Pricing
Full Body $35
Keep dry in those 12 hours. No working out and try not to sweat.
If you plan on sleeping while your tan develops, wear long pants and long sleeves. This will prevent having handprints or skin to skin contact which would transfer the tan giving you weird tan marks.
Your first shower should be a warm water shower. Water too hot will open your pores and wear down the life of your tan. Exfoliating the first day is not a good idea. You can clean the skin with a body wash but no scrubbing. Make sure to rinse your skin well. Your main goal is to get the excess tan off your body. After your shower, make sure you moisturize. Moisturizing your skin while you have your tan will maintain the life of your color. If you are protecting your skin from the sun, do not wear aerosol (spray) SPF’s. This will remove your tan completely or shorten your tans life span. Coopertone Sport (blue bottle) is my favorite and works well with your tan. Staying hydrated helps too. So drink your water!!