Before your appointment we advise that you will need to adhere to the following;
Moisturise or use any moisturising products such
as moisturising shower gels.
Apply perfume to your skin.
Receive any beauty or massage treatments 48 hours prior to your tan.
Carry out your preferred method of hair removal i.e. waxing or shaving etc. at least 48 hours prior to your appointment.
Book any other beauty treatments you require at least 48 hours prior to your tan, such as lash tinting, manicures and pedicures.
Wear loose, dark clothing and dark underwear to your appointment.
For 24 hours after your tan;
Have any body treatments.
Engage in exercise or any activity that involves excess perspiration.
Avoid wetting the back of your hands.
Wear dark loose clothing.
Return to your normal exfoliation routine after 5 days.
The outcome of fake tanning can be affected by many exterior factors and conditions. Please read through the following information and note;
Certain skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema can cause the tan to develop unevenly.
Some medication may stop the tan from developing, e.g. steroids, strong antibiotics and chemotherapy.
If any moisturising products, such as body lotions and moisturising shower gels have been used prior to application, this can prevent the active ingredients of the tan from working and result in a patchy or pale tan.
We cannot provide tanning treatments to clients in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy.
Whilst manual tanning from week 13 of pregnancy is safe, there is a risk of uneven pigmentation in the skin due to hormonal influences and this may result in paler or darker patches in the finished result.
If you are breast feeding the breast area cannot be tanned.
Tan results cannot be guaranteed due to the extensive variables involved and we regret as a result, are therefore non-refundable.
If you are already very tanned, fake tan may not show up on your skin.
We recommend that you book a patch test at least 48 hours prior to your appointment where you can discuss any conerns with your therapist;