How does airbrush tanning work?
The airbrush is a precision instrument that allows for a smooth, flawless application. Special care can be taken to avoid over application on problem areas such as knees, elbows, hair, blemishes and other skin afflictions that tend to absorb more color.
It is safe?
Yes. Sunless tanning is the only safe way to tan. Dihydroxyacetone (DHA) has been FDA approved for use in the personal care industry for over thirty years. No adverse effects have been reported. Allergic reactions are extremely rare and can usually be eliminated by showering.
How long does it last?
It can last 7 to 10 days. It's different for everyone. It depends on your skin type and how you take care of your skin before and after your tanning treatment.
Will it cause the skin to turn orange?
The formula has been specially formulated to produce a balanced tan without an orange tint. The orange tint is often the result of excessive quantities of the DHA tanning agent being applied to the skin.
How long does a tanning session take?
It takes only twenty minutes for the whole process to be complete. The first 10 minutes is having the DHA solution applied to your body. Then it takes about 10 minutes to dry. It is important that the solution dry on the skin prior to putting your clothes back on to avoid smearing or removing solution from the skin.
What should I wear during a tanning session?
You may wear lingerie, a bathing suit, boxer briefs, or opt for no tan lines at all.