One application can last up to 7 - 10 days, with proper aftercare. Moisturizing is the key and is very important to make your tan last longer. Chlorine, long hot showers
and prolonged bathing will reduce your tan's longevity. Exfoliation and rubbing
excessively of the skin will also reduce your tan’s longevity.
For best results, exfoliate your skin within 24 hours of your session. Do not wear
any perfume, makeup, deodorant or moisturizer. Wear loose fitting dark clothing. Cotton
clothing is best. Tropical Sun is a water soluble instant bronzer and may rub
off on clothing.
What should I do after a Tropical Airbrush Tan?
To allow the DHA to fully absorb and
react, it is essential that you remain dry for at least 6-8 hours. Avoid any activity that may cause perspiration. After 8
hours you can wash off the Tropical Sun Airbrush Tan. When you take you shower,
you will notice the color coming off, don’t be alarmed. This is the instant
bronzer added to the Tropical Sun Solution. The DHA color takes up to 24 hours
to fully develop and will look it's best if you MOISTURIZE daily.
How often can I get a Tropical Airbrush Tan?
As often as you like. The
formula is completely safe, and is FDA approved.
Most people like to redo their tan
once a week and it is completely safe to do so.
Can you use tanning beds or tan outdoors in conjunction with
Absolutely. Although repeated
exposure to ultraviolet light is deemed to cause premature aging of the skin and cancers of the skin, you can still do both.
There is no protection from ultraviolet light even though you look tan. A sunscreen with the proper SPF is recommended. Drying your skin out in the sun can reduce
the longevity of your sunless tan.
Yes, if you choose to be tanned wearing a bathing suit or other undergarments.
Some customers prefer to be tanned in the nude to avoid tan lines. This is a personal preference and we leave it up to the
customer to decide.