Tanning with sprays is a new technique for tanning sunless. It is technically similar to self-tanning cosmetics as well as tanning beds. The process involves entering a spray-tanning booth and spray-tanning with a specific mist. After a couple of minutes, the treatment is complete, and in just a short amount of time, you'll have the type of sun tan you'd like.
How do they work?
The mist that is used for spray tanning is made up of DHA. A chemical that is reacting with the skin's outer layer and causing it to turn brown. It works similarly to tanning lotions, however, the booth and the sprays guarantee that every part of the body parts will be evenly coated with DHA. Spray tanning isn't a requirement for more sessions. A single session is all you need to achieve that perfect suntan you desire.
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How long will it last?
Because it works on the outer layer of your layer of the skin (the "dead" layer) the effects can last as short as a week and typically fade in around four to five days. You can see that spray tanning is a great way to look gorgeous for a short period. Of course, it is possible to go to a tanning salon each week to keep the color of your skin for a long time.
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