No matter what season we find ourselves in our thirsty skin is begging for some much needed moisture. Keeping your skin hydrated will keep your spray tan lasting long and looking radiant.
As the crisp winter air rolls in, you may be wondering, “Do I really need a sunless tan?” Flip-flops and bathing suits may be seasonal accessories but beautiful skin is a year-round necessity.
If you are new to spray tanning or even a seasoned sunless tanner you may from time to time see that your tan fades in a patchy manner. People refer to it as “Alligator Skin”. Skin preparation and application technique will determine the end result.
Spray tanning is the safest way to achieve a natural looking tan but even if you are a spray tan veteran you may still have some questions about spray tanning. We broke down the most common questions people have when thinking about getting a spray tan.
It’s a scenario we see all too often; you got a little overzealous with a self-tanner or get spray tanned so often that you have buildup from previous sessions. As a result, we often hear the question: “How do I remove a sunless tan?"
Talk to any who gets a spray tan and they will tell you that color is the most important factor. They want a rich golden tan that keeps them going back for more again and again. However, with all the different spray tan companies out there the quest to find the perfect tan can be difficult.
We have had a lot of people ask us about adding CBD oil to their spray tan solutions. Hemp-derived CBD oil is now legal in the US. As a result, it has become one of the hottest new health trends.
Employers across all industries are facing unprecedented challenges navigating COVID-19. Over the past several months, many businesses have been mandated to shut down in order to prevent the spread of the virus.