Airbrush tan is one of the easiest and safest methods of obtaining sun-kissed skin. The treatment brings immediate effects, the price is not exorbitant, and skin looks not only pretty but also healthy. What is more, it is better to undergone this kind of tanning instead of exposing the body to harmful UV radiation.
To begin with, airbrush tanning consists in applying bronzing preparation on a body with the use of a special device with drying-out function. This tanning mist is safe to such a degree, that it does not cause irritations even on sensitive or allergic skin. The shade, obtained after the treatment, is a little bit darker than the natural body colour. What is more, airbrush tanning is performed at a beauty parlour in a specially purpose-built cubicle. The treatment itself lasts an hour and a half. During this period of time, a person prepares for the tanning, has the bronzing tan applied and waits till the brown layer becomes completely dry. Additionally, the sun-kissed body should hold for about seven days.
The day preceding the treatment should be devoted to hair removal and body exfoliation performance. Obviously, it is forbidden to undergo airbrush tanning when body skin is irritated or reddened. The day the treatment is scheduled, it is forbidden to wear perfumes, deodorant or other cosmetics. Certainly, makeup is also not allowed. All you have to do is put on black underwear. Worth mentioning, the professional beauty parlours offer their customers disposable underwear and protective cap on the hair. The cap itself is similar to the one that is worn during shower. It is also advisable to wear loose clothing in order to prevent the tan from damage.
Point often overlooked, one has to take care of the body properly right after undergoing airbrush tanning. First and foremost, let your skin dry freely. In other words, wait a few hours before you take a bath. What is more, avoid skin exfoliation, sauna, swimming pool and hair removal up to two weeks since the tanning. All of the enumerated activities may result in tan fading away or even in the complete removal of the bronzer.
On the other hand, airbrush tan is not recommended to people suffering from some skin disorders like psoriasis, eczema or various dermis allergies. What is more, those who have excessive perspiration problems and asthma sufferers are also advised against undergoing such beautifying treatment. So who can benefit from the treatment? All, who have pale complexion, those who cannot suntan naturally as well as those who take part in bodybuilder contests or fashion shows can freely bronze their bodies at the beauty parlour’s cubicles.