Please allow 24 hours for cancellation of appointments. Less than 24 hours notice may result in a minimum charge of 50% of the service total. Cancellations within 1 hour or less of appointment will be considered a no-show and will be charged 100% of scheduled service total.
DHA is a natural sugar compound, when applied it reacts with your skin's outermost layer to temporarily darken its appearance. This coloring does not wash off, but gradually fades as your skin sloughs off dead skin cells. DHA is safe, and the only color additive currently approved by the FDA for use in sunless tanning products.
Spray tans have come a long way over the past few years, and our solution in particular is designed to give a natural looking bronze tan
Due to the ever-changing chemistry and hormones of our bodies, every time you come in for a tan, your skin is not in the same condition as it was from your last appointment
If it is PRIOR to your first initial rinse, apply lotion and blend any uneven areas. DO NOT try to fix these areas with water or over exfoliation. If it is AFTER your first initial rinse, you can take an Epsom salt bath and LIGHTLY exfoliate. Follow up with moisturizer 2-3 times a day to help fade. Email or Text any photos to your tan artist to help troubleshoot.
Avoid getting wet or sweating during the development time, as this blocks the DHA in the sunless solution from absorbing into the skin. Bar soaps and products that contain Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLS) as well as mineral oil and petroleum-based products should also be avoided.
NO! Sunless tan provides no UV protection. You will still need to wear sunscreen.
You can wear whatever you feel most comfortable in. Bikini, underwear, thong , or nude. Men are required to wear boxers, briefs, swim shorts, or thongs. Disposable bra tops and underwear are available for purchase.
We recommend scheduling your tan 2-3 days prior to your event.
We tan women at all stages of pregnancy. However, we do recommend you speak with your doctor beforehand. A list of ingredients are available for review. For those currently breastfeeding, we suggest wearing a top or nipple covers.