Pre Airbrush preparations

Our recommendations

* Make sure your skin is moisturized properly. The more supple your skin, the better the coverage and absorption will be. It is recommended that you exfoliate with a salt scrub or some other appropriate product the day before you come in for your airbrush tan. It is recommended that you shave the day before you tan. Removing loose, dead, dry skin cells that could prevent even application of sunless solution will improve AND extend your tanning results. * Before the airbrush tanning session, your skin should be clean and dry with no soap residue to interfere with your tanning experience. Avoid bar soap. * Do not apply deodorant or perfumes to skin prior to tanning. IF YOU DO, LET ME KNOW. It is recommended you remove makeup before the tanning process. Remove any jewelry during the airbrush process. * Also remember to bring dark colored, loose-fitting clothing to wear home. Do not wear nylon, silk or wool. * If you are tanning for the first time (pale skin), or if you feel you need to, you should apply a product over your entire body to lower your skin's pH level. We have the pH spray available for a $2.00 additional charge. It has been shown that a balanced pH level of skin may provide browner, more natural-looking color. Although the likelihood for an allergic reaction is small, a patch test is recommended for persons who have a known sensitivity to sunless products or the ingredients in them, including fragrances. Very fair skin types may require a follow-up airbrush application 12 to 24 hours later. After all sunless airbrush treatments, wait at least 6 to 8 hours if using standard Venetian or 2 to 4 hours for Venetian One product, before taking your water "rinse" shower to allow the DHA bronzer enough time to begin the reaction process. Prior to that shower AVOID water & DO NOT SWEAT!

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