Spray Tan Care | Sprayed Montana

TANNING CARE

 

With a great tan, comes great responsibility. Learn how to prepare for and keep your airbush tan.

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GETTING READY FOR THE GLOW.

To achieve the best possible tan, make sure to follow these easy tips.

EXFOLIATE

 

Before your spray appointment, exfoliate so all dead skin cells have been removed.

Your skin is now at its finest, flat and shallow, which will produce the best, longest lasting results.

FRESH CLEAN SKIN

 

No makeup, perfumes, deodorant, or lotions.

These can affect the absorption of DHA (the sunless tanning ingredient) resulting in streaking and minimal color.

WEAR DARK LOOSE CLOTHING

 

Spray tan solution washes out of most clothing, but the cosmetic bronzer could wipe off on lighter colored clothes, giving temporary discoloration.

Flip flops are also recommended.

AFTER THE BRONZE.

Caring for your airbrush tan is simple and your body will benefit from these tips in greater ways than just for your spray.

SHOWERING

 

Before your spray appointment, exfoliate so all dead skin cells have been removed.

Your skin is now at its finest, flat and shallow, which will produce the best, longest lasting results.

MOISTURIZE, MOISTURIZE, MOISTURIZE!

 

Caring for your spray tan involves moisturizing, moisturizing and more moisturizing!

After your airbrush, you have to guard your skin from becoming dry as this can cause your tan to rub off.

The best way to do this is by moisturizing your tan, morning and night. After you shower, moisturize. Throughout your busy day, moisturize. Before bed…moisturize!

It’s simple and your skin will love every minute of it.

DO NOT EXFOLIATE

 

Avoid things that will exfoliate your skin excessively.

Avoid bathing in hot water for long periods of time. This will only expedite how quickly your airbrush wears off as your skin will exfoliate faster.

Fresh water will not harm your tan however if you’re planning a pool day, chlorine does have a tendency to slightly bleach out your spray.

Avoid contact with rough surfaces, aka sand, rough clothing, excessive bodily contact, etc.