Tips for the care of your Organic Spray Tan


Use soft wash clothes when bathing.
Use a pat to dry method to dry your body.

Recognize your spray tan needs attention.
Recognize oily skin develops a lighter tan.
Recognize hormonal changes (ovulation, menopause, etc.) affects the tan.
Recognize medications can affect the tan.
Recognize freshly clean exfoliated skin tans best.
Recognize your spray tan is only as good as your skin is prepped.
Recognize everyone’s skin is different.  All solutions will react differently.
Recognize we must find the right solution that fits your skin best.

No Nair or Veet.
No swimming pools.  Chlorine will fade your tan.
No body bleaching or skin whitening products only if using to remove your tan.
No loofa or scrub mitts.
No band-aids or adhesive tapes.
No alcohol based skin toners.
No dull razors for shaving - use a new sharp razor.
No anti-aging products that “renew” by exfoliating.
No anti-acne type products.
No BHA’s or beta hydroxy acids (salicylic acid).
No AHA’s or alpha hydroxy acids.
No baths with salts.
No ocean.

A SPRAY TAN WILL NOT PROTECT YOU FROM BURING IN THE NATURAL SUN.  
ALWAYS USE SUNSCREEN.