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With more than 7 years of experience in the Spray Tan business we can assure you best quality and technique to cover all your Spray Tanning needs.

Hi my name is Claudia Roman and I have been a professional spray tanning Artist for the past 7 years and also a Spray Tan instructor.

I live in down town , Miami, and as most Floridian’s I am in and out of the sun every day, in fact a bit to much. I personally care, as I’m sure most of us do, care about our skin and the effects the sun will have on us over the many years of over exposure.

I want to take care of myself and avoid the risks of skin cancer, as an lover of the sun I also care about the health of all my clients and the effects the sun will have on their skin, and that is way I’m involved in helping as many people as possible .

We all know Exposure from harmful UV rays, whether it from the sun or from indoor tanning beds is incredibly dangerous.

One of the hottest and most effective ways of tanning is now the full organic body spray Its fast efficient and shows great results that everyone is looking for. Spray tanning solutions are much more natural looking, do not smell and looks like the real deal with oust spending hours in direct sun light.

The spray tanning solution is derived from DHA which is found in sugarcane. This ingredient makes a chemical reaction with the enzymes in your skin cells to turn them brown. The higher the percentage of DHA, the darker your tan will be. This process only affects the top layers of your skin so this is why it lasts for about 7 days. Your skin is constantly shedding itself and creating new skin cells. This is why a really good exfoliation of the skin with a loofah prior to the spray tan is so important, not only will it make your tan last longer.

Happy tanning and we look forward to see you in your next tanning experience.

Gone are the days of sunbathing to achieve your perfect tan. Now, several people are turning to more convenient options that keep them tan all year long. Two of the most popular are UV bed tanning and spray tanning.

UV tans that don’t come from the sun are achieved in tanning salons and tanning beds. The UV tanning beds mimic the natural glow you would receive from sunbathing by using the same sun rays to darken the skin.

Risks of UV Bed Tanning
A UV suntan is just as harmful as one from sunbathing. This method of tanning will increase your risk of getting skin cancer. UV tanning can damage the skin, accelerate the aging process, is harmful for your eyes and even lowers your immune system.

A SPRAY TAN is a mixture of chemicals that is sprayed on and absorbed into your skin. The spray tan then turns into a nice brown color. A professional does a spray tan either at home or in a tanning salon.

Benefits of Getting A Spray Tan
Unlike UV bed tanning, using a spray tan mist does not contribute to your risk of getting skin cancer because it is not using any harmful rays to darken the skin. Applying a spray tan is easy and it will often look more natural than a glaring sunburn in the middle of winter! Spray tans are often presented as the safest alternative to UV bed tanning.

The number of skin cancer cases due to tanning is higher than the number of lung cancer cases due to smoking.

In the US alone, 419,254 cases of skin cancer can be attributed to indoor tanning. Out of this number, 6,199 are melanoma cases.
The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Position:
The study results demonstrate that tanning bed use, particularly among young people, is an alarmingly widespread behavior. In the US, 35% of adults and 55% of college students have tanned, and the study found there are more than 419,000 new skin cancer cases attributable to indoor tanning each year. Worldwide, there are moreskin cancer cases due to indoor tanning than there are lung cancer cases due to smoking.

The Skin Cancer Foundation recommends that people of all ages, genders, and ethnic backgrounds avoid indoor tanning and take precautions in the sun by limiting outdoor time between 10 am and 4 pm, seeking the shade when outdoors, using a broad spectrum SPF 15+ sunscreen (SPF 30+ sunscreen for extended stays outdoors), and wearing protective clothing, including wide-brimmed hats and UV-blocking sunglasses.