How Does a Spray Tan develop color?

Spray tan solutions contain a colorless element called DHA, which is often derived from plant sources such as sugar beets and sugar cane and by fermentation of glycerin. The amino acids on your skin's surface responds naturally to the DHA and other complementing ingredients producing a bronze color.

Levels of bronze

At the time of your appointment, a highly trained TanTalize technician will assess your skin type and tone along with your desired results before applying a custom formula tailored to complement YOU!

Do I have to be naked during the Spray Tan?

We encourage clients to wear whatever they're most comfortable in- whether it's your birthday suit, panties or swimwear. We can also provide complimentary disposable underwear.

Lifecycle of Tan

Depending upon personal upkeep, the typical TanTalize Spray Tan can extend anywhere from 6-12 days. The more hydrated your skin, the longer you are able to extend your TanTalize bronze and ensure an even fade.

How many days prior to my special occasion should I get spray tanned?

We recommend scheduling your spray tan 1-2 days prior to your event.

 We like our products Non Toxic

Enriched with all natural antioxidants and pure botanicals, our sunless tanning solution is sugar and water based and is derived from walnut extracts. The DHA (the active ingredient that produces the color) is of the highest quality to ensure a natural, bronzed tan. All of our products are vegan, paraben and cruelty free!

Spray Tan Vs. Bed Tan

The National Cancer Institute, as well as the International Agency for Research on Cancer has categorized tanning bed devices as well as any device that emits UV Radiation as "catastrophic to humans". A survey showed the people who use tanning beds before the age of 35 increase their risk of Melanoma by 87%. In spray tanning, the active ingredient that produces the color is dihydroxyacetone (DHA) which is derived from glycerin (food in food as well as the human body). DHA through spray tanning is not absorbed into the body, but sits on the surface of the skin and has no known toxicity.