Airbrush Spray Tan FAQ
WILL IT STAIN MY CLOTHING OR OTHER ITEMS?
No! Since organic color pigment is not a stain or a dye, it will not permanently stain and will wash out of any synthetic material. Many test groups found that the color could be removed more easily than make-up on collars. No pre-laundering treatments were required to remove the solution.
DOES IT WASH OFF?
NO! Remember that the organic color is for application. The unique Dihydroxy (DHA) is what creates your tan. Just like a tan from the sun, the tan from this product will not wash off because of its new breakthrough formulation! Note: DHA is not permanent, so it will fade just as any suntan does, which is why a weekly application is recommended to maintain your tan.
DOES YOUR PRODUCT HAVE ANY SUNSCREEN OR SPF?
Our chemist recommended that we not add any sunscreen or SPF to our product. Also, many of our customers want different degrees of sunscreens or sun blocks that it would be impossible to satisfy all of them.
WHAT ABOUT SWIMMING WITH THE PRODUCT?
Again, we emphasize that this product fades but does not wash off. For the very best results, follow our instructions and apply the product at night and rinse the next morning. Do not swim immediately after application of the product; this would result in waste. Instead, swim after your morning rinse.
ARE THERE ANY HARMFUL EFFECTS OF THIS PRODUCT?
Dermatologists will enthusiastically agree that tanning with a Dihydroxy formulation is much safer than tanning for prolonged hours in the sun. Our company members are very conscientious about safety, health, and environmental issues. For this reason, we have created an organically based product to ensure a safe tan and to promote healthy skin. We used no animal testing because our product contains no harmful ingredients that would have required extensive animal testing.
IS AIRBRUSH SPRAY TANNING SAFE DURING PREGNANCY?
While we know of many women who have used airbrush spray tanning to achieve a beautiful, natural-looking tan during their pregnancy, we always recommend you consult your physician for your individual needs.