Spray Tan

WHY

Spray tans are all the rage now: celebrities have even jumped on the band wagon to get their tan on. Though spray tanning is an extra expense, there are some great reasons to invest in the process. Spray tanning is not only an easy and quick process, but it’s also a safe process. If you want an even tan and want to eliminate tan lines and cancer risks, then consider spray tanning.

One of the most important or best reasons to get a spray tan is that it’s going to save your skin and possibly your life. Yeah, that’s right: spray tanning is UV-free. What does this mean? Well, you’re not going to prematurely age. Tanning outside often causes wrinkles and dries skin out. Additionally, you’re not going to have to worry yourself to death about future issues with cancer. Instead of searching your body for cancerous moles or other tell-tale signs, you can look at your glowing skin and know that it is safe and beautiful.

Spray tanning is great way to tan your whole body. When you tan outside, chances are that you miss certain areas and will have tan lines. Additionally, it’s hard to make sure the tan is the same (i.e. if you move, certain pieces of your body will be tanner than others). A spray tan will ensure you are not only nice and tan, but it will ensure that you are completely tan and without pesky tan lines! You can have everything from your feet to your shoulders to hard-to-tan places like your wrists sprayed. This will make you look even better in your clothes.

If you go for a spray tan, you won’t have to worry about burning. In general, you have more control over the kind of tan you receive. You can go for a dark brown or you can look for a light brown color. You’ll look great without having to worry about falling asleep or being in a great deal of pain. Nobody looks good when they’re bright red or orange after a day in the sun, and spray tanning is a way to keep your skin safe and to keep your skin color away from radioactive shades.

A spray tan ensures you can look good and tan even in the winter months. You won’t have to go on vacation to a tropical paradise to look nice and brown. Spray tanning can even help keep you upbeat during the cold months. Spray tanning is an easy process, one that most salons do, and it can be a nice treat when the streets are covered in snow and you’re looking for a way to cheer up and gear up for the summer months.

Spray tanning is a great way to gear up for important events. The process doesn’t take as long as real tanning, and it means you can look your best for any event. Without tan lines and hours spent at the beach or in the sun, you can save time and energy when it comes to looking nice.

Optima Sun Lab introduces you to revolutionary sunless spray tanning technology that hydrates the skin, enhances skin tones, and produces a luminescent golden bronze glow that can last up to 2 weeks.

Multi-treatment technology fuses age-defying sunless spray tanning and advanced skin care treatments into one. The Result: A sultry, radiant, sun-kissed glow most would love to have.

  • 3 different shades of bronze brilliance.
  • An all natural sunless tanning solution enriched with anti-oxidants + pure botanicals
  • Signature custom blended spry tans in less than 5 minutes
  • Treatment lotions are delivered in an ultra fine mist for seamless, even application
  • Solution is free of any unpleasant odor associated with other sunless tanning products

Spray tan - the healthy option for indoor tanning

SUN IS THE #1 CAUSE OF AGING No matter how much you love it, the sun does not love you back. According to The Skin Cancer Foundation, 90 percent of all premature aging and skin cancers are caused by sun exposure. Wearing an SPF 15 or higher every day is the single best skincare product you can use on your skin. SPF is proven to be the most effective way to fight aging.
The tanning industry has mounted an aggressive campaign aimed at minimizing the dangers of tanning beds—maintaining that indoor tanning is actually healthy. This is simply not true. According to The Skin Cancer Foundation, tanning is caused by the brown pigment melanin. Upon sun exposure, it is produced and distributed in the top layers of the skin. This pigment minimally protects the skin against further UV damage. But, the important point is that UVinduced DNA damage must have happened to create the tan in the first place. In fact, a recent study directly linked tanning device use to basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, the most common skin cancers.
Now that you’re sufficiently warned, here’s what you can do to protect yourself. Proper sun protection on a daily basis is vital in the fight against aging and skin cancer. Use an SPF 15 or higher year-round. To maintain its protection level, sunscreen must be reapplied every two hours regardless of its SPF. In addition to wearing an SPF, you should practice other sun-safe behavior, like seeking shade between 10 AM and 4 PM and covering up with clothing, including UVblocking sunglasses and a wide-brimmed hat.