How It Works...

Because the process only occurs on the top layer of the skin, the tan then fades after 7 days, in keeping with the normal skin shedding cycle.

An important thing to remember in regards to tanning is that everyone’s skin is different, and fake tan will react differently depending on your skin type. 

Fake tans only run the risk of looking unnatural if you have a tan with too much DHA in it for your skin type, which is why the products we use have been formulated to suit all tones. 

Before your tan

Follow the steps below in order to perfectly prepare for your upcoming tan.

Step 1: Make sure you shave at least 24 hours before your spray tan, if waxing 48 hours.

Step 2: Exfoliate gently to remove any dry skin, removing dead skin cells will make your tan last longer.

Step 3: Be sure to moisturise your skin the evening before you plan on tanning. This will smooth skin and replace any moisture lost in the hair removal and exfoliating stages. (Pay close attention to stubborn dry areas such as, hands, elbows, knees and ankles.)

Step 4: On the day of your tan, rinse off any products, oils, moisturisers and make-up. Avoid deodorant and fragrances.

Step 5: Be tanned and leave feeling like a bronzed Goddess

After your tan

If you have chosen a professional tan that surely you want it to last as long as possible! Our simple after-care steps will ensure you get the best results…


Step 1: Plan ahead! Wear loose, dark clothing and flip flops/loose fitting shoes. Let’s avoid any unnecessary tan lines! 

Step 2: Do not exercise or swim during the development time. Who needs toning when you have tanning?!

Step 3: Do not shower or bathe for the development period of 8 hours after your tan.

Step 4: Use a light body wash that is mild and gentle so it doesn’t strip the colour 

Step 5: Pat dry after showering 

Step 6: A sunless tan can begin to fade over time and the skin’s natural cells begin to flake off and regenerate, make sure you moisturise daily.

Step 7: Last but not least, rock your tan! 



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