All instructions will be discussed in detail before and after your treatment, and you will be able to ask any questions you have at that time.
The day of your spray tan, you should shower and exfoliate. The less dead skin on your body, the longer your spray tan will last and the more evenly it will stay on. You should also make sure you shave/wax the day before or of your spray tan. Avoid wearing any make up, pefumes, deoderant or oil based lotions to the spray tan.
This differs with each person and how well you shower/exfoliate beforehand. In general, it lasts between 7-10 days. You should allow between 8-10 hours after the spray tan application before showering and the less you shower after the longer it will last. Avoid harsh products with alcohol or oil. A soap free cleanser is best. These will fade your tan quicker and may cause patchy break down. best results, use Infinity Extend Hydrating Lotion to moisturize. No Oil of Olay or Dove lotion.
*Wear Baggy Clothes to the application AND the night of your spray tan
*Allow ATLEAST 6-8 hours and up to 12 hours after the application for the tan to set in before showering
*Do not use a loufa or body washing cloth while showering, just your hands
*Do not use any exfoliating soap. Avoid soaps with oil and lotion with alcohol.
*Keeping your skin moist will allow the tan to last rather then drying up on dead/dry skin. Moisturize your skin with NON oil based lotion like Infinity Sun's Tan Extender.
This differs with each person and how well you shower/exfoliate beforehand. Use Infinity Sun Exfoliant for best results. In general, it lasts between 7-10 days. You should allow between 6-8 hours after the spray tan application before showering and the less you shower after the longer it will last. Avoid harsh products with alcohol or oil. These will fade your tan quicker and may cause patchy break down. For best results, use Infinity Extend Hydrating Lotion. Products that can negatively affect your tan:
Dove shower gel or soap, Oil of Olay Clensers, Curel moisturizing lotion, hair inhibiting body lotions (such as Jergens), anti-acne soaps that exfoliate the skin, makeup remover, bar soaps (especially deodorant or anti-bacterial), or hair removal products.
YES! DHA (the active ingredient in spray tanners) has been approved for cosmetic use by the FDA. It is considered non-toxic and non-carcinogenic. Plus, our solutions are all natural and include vitamins and botanicals. DHA based sunless tanning has been recommended by the Skin Cancer Organization, American Acadamy of Dermatology and the American Cancer Society.