Spray Tanning Naturally - Gloucester, Worcester, Tewkesbury and Cheltenham 

What is Spray Tanning and How Does it Work?

The active ingredient in a spray on tan (sometimes called an airbrush tan or sunless tan) is a chemical called dihydroxyacetone (DHA) which is made from sugar cane. This chemical reacts with the amino acids on the outer layer of skin which changes its colour. The DHA starts to work within about two hours of the tan application and carries on for twelve hours.

Depending on your skin type, an airbrush tan can last for anything up to ten days. It can be maintained for as long as you need it, with top up applications of tanning solution.

The colour you get from a spray tan won’t wash off; but it will start to fade as the upper layers of your epidermis wear away naturally. If you aren’t pleased with the results, you can always try to speed things up by gently scrubbing with exfoliating gloves but as a rule it will still take around a week for the spray tan to disappear totally.

Suitable for all ages, shapes and sizes, men, women & children alike!

What Should I Do Before a Spray Tanning Session?
  • Shower and exfoliate your skin well, For upto 8 hours before you have a spray tan. You won’t be able to shower for around twelve hours after the spray tan, If you want the spray tan to be effective.
  • Shave or wax at least 24 hours before your treatment.
  • Don’t wear any perfumes, lotions or deodorants which might stop the tanning solution from working by creating a barrier on your skin.
  • Take off any watches and other jewellery.
  • Wear dark underwear, and loose dark clothing to avoid the tanning solution rubbing off on your clothes.
How Much is Spray Tanning?

Full Body Tan £20
Half Body Tan £15

Tan with a Friend £18 each
Tanning Parties £15 each minimum of 5 Tanners.