Frequently Asked Questions

How many sessions do I need for results?

One spray tan will give you your desired results. 


What is DHA?

DHA is the active ingredient found in all sunless tanning products. It is a simple carbohydrate that is primarily used as an ingredient in sunless tanning products. It is often derived from plant sources such as sugar beets and sugar cane, and by the fermentation of glycerin. DHA does not make your skin cells darker in pigmentation, but rather reacts with the proteins and amino acids found in the top layer of your skin to create a darkening effect or ‘sunless tan’.


How long does it take to get a spray tan?

We usually recommend allowing 20 minutes for your first session so we can go over what to expect and how to get the best results. 


How long does the spray tan last?

The custom tan should last 7 to 10 days.  Properly preparing for your spray tan will help your tan last longer and fade evenly too. 


What do I wear?

You can wear as much or as little as you are comfortable with. I recommend you wear a dark colored swimsuit or undergarments if you choose to wear something.   We have disposable undergarments for you to wear if you would like.  The tanning solution will wash out but in some cases might stain light colored garments or delicate fabrics. After your spray tan we recommend not wearing any tight fitting clothing, such as a bra, jeans and leggings. These can rub your tan and cause it to develop unevenly. Men must wear undergarments during their spray tanning session. 

Do I still need to wear sunscreen?

YES!! You will still get a sunburn if you don't wear sunscreen.



Can I go swimming with a spray tan?

Yes, but keep in mind it will make your tan fade faster.  I recommend apply lotion before and after you go swimming. 


Will it rub off on my clothing?

Until you shower, you may see a little of the bronzer come off on your clothes.  The solution is water soluble and will wash out. We recommend bringing dark, loose fitting clothing to wear after your session. Important: the bronzer has been known to stain leather, suede, silk, linen or fine materials.