Uh oh. You just got a gorgeous, glistening spray tan but now it’s time to hit the beach. If you’re worried your spray tan will come out a streaky, orange mess after taking a dip, fear not. The answer is yes…if you’re careful.
If you’re the safe sun type (and I hope you are), then you’ve likely experimented with spray tanning. Spray tans are an easy, safe alternative to tanning beds, and definitely a healthier alternative to rubbing yourself with baby oil and spending hours in direct sunlight. However, sunless tanning requires some upkeep, which is necessary to help it stay on through sweaty gym sessions and yes, sunny pool days.
You can swim with a spray tan, but chlorine does have lightening properties and strips away skin cells which will break down your tan more quickly. To make your tan last longer you need to moisturize and re-apply self-tanner more frequently. If you are swimming in the ocean the same rules apply because salt water will dry out your skin and cause your tan to fade more quickly.
As if we needed another reason to stay moisturized! The moral of the story, ladies and gents: Along with proper exfoliation before your spray tan for even coverage, consistently applying moisturizer can help protect and extend your tan.
Make a SPLASH into summer
with our Summer Spray Tanning Package!
Superior Spray Tanning’s Summer Special
$150 for up to 4 spray tans in a calendar month
Disclaimer: spray tans do not carry over to the next month is you don’t use all 4 spray tans
As soon-to-be graduates prepare for their trip down the auditorium aisle to receive their diplomas, many believe a glowing tan is a must-have accessory. However, the method by which that tan is achieved could mean the difference between bronze skin and a life-threatening disease.
The public is aware that sunburns can be particularly dangerous, but scientific evidence increasingly suggests there’s no such thing as a safe tan — particularly if that tan comes by way of baking in the sun or in a tanning bed.
Graduates who want a sun-kissed look for parties, senior week, graduation and other end-of-school events should consider custom airbrush spray tans instead of sunbathing or tanning beds.
Superior Spray Tanning offers a Graduation Special to all of their 2019 graduates to glow during their graduation events!
Mother’s Day Special
Monday May 6th, Tuesday May 7th and Wednesday May 8th
2 for 1 deal!
Book an appointment with your Mom or Daughter and both can enjoy an airbrush spray tan for only $48 total!
Make sure you have the perfect glow for Prom night!
Pick from one of the below packages and book your prom spray tan with Superior Spray Tanning!
Superior Spray Tanning is celebrating 8 years in business! We would like to thank all of our clients over the past 8 years. Come celebrate with us on Tuesday April 2nd and receive a spray tan for only $28!
Book your appointment today by calling us at 301-674-6432 or emailing us at StephanieSmith@superiorspraytanning.com.
Planning to get a wax and a spray tan close together in the near future? Before you make an appointment, be sure to read up on a few important dos and don’ts for tanning after waxing.
Were you planning to spray tan soon after waxing your legs or another part of your body? That would be a tanning do. Waxing your body before tanning is a great way to exfoliate your skin which is an extremely important step to take to do before getting a tan. Why is this? Because tanning solution sticks much better to skin that’s been exfoliated than not. By getting a wax you are killing two birds with one stone – taking care of the exfoliation process as well as ridding yourself of unwanted body hair. Basically, you will be getting a longer lasting and more striking tan by exfoliating first.
However getting a spray tan the same day as waxing is a serious don’t. You will want to give your skin about 24 hours to recover before having your tan done to avoid an uneven look. Giving you skin time to bounce back from bumps and irritation without waiting long enough that the exfoliation has worn off will allow you to get the perfectly even and totally bronzed look you crave. When you get a spray tan directly after waxing, say in the same appointment time, you will end up with a tan that looks a bit patchy and uneven – far from ideal. In other words, just don’t do it!
No matter what you do, you will want to be sure that your skin is exfoliated before getting that spray tan done. If you aren’t planning to get a wax shortly before your tanning session, there are a couple of other ways to get that exfoliation done. One method is scrubbing with a body sponge or brush in the bath. This removes dead skin cells and exposes the freshest skin cells which tanning color sticks to the easiest and the longest. A wash cloth or exfoliating body wash will also do the trick – be sure to look at the bottle and check to make sure that you’re getting one with exfoliating beads. However, the easiest method is simply to schedule your waxing appointment within a day of your tanning appointment to get the most out of your for the littlest amount of effort and stress.
Romance, flowers, chocolates, tanning?! Umm… OBVIOUSLY!
Whether you are happily celebrating this day of love solo or with a significant other –you’ll rock any Valentines Day outfit you decide to wear after spray tanning with Superior Spray Tanning. You’ll leave with that sun-kissed look sure to impress your love, or the other singles out and about!
Book your Valentine’s Day tan today. The week of Valentine’s Day, we will be running “Sweetheart of a Deal” spray tanning special!
February 11th and 12th: Spray tans will be $20
February 13th and 14th: Spray tans will be $25
February 15th and 16th: Spray tans will be $30
*mention this deal when you book your spray tan*