How it works?
Dihydroxyacetone or DHA, also known as glycerone, is a simple carbohydrate. It is typically derived from sugar beets and sugar cane. DHA reacts chemically with the amino acids of the skin, which are part of the protein containing keratin layer on the skin surface. Various amino acids react differently to DHA, producing tones of coloration. This brown or "tan" coloration will last 6-8 days before it begins to gradually fade.
DHA based sunless tanning is recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation, the American Academy of Dermatology Association, the American Medical Association, and the Canadian Dermatology Association.
What to Expect?
You set up an appointment. We travel to your desired location. A trained professional completes a consultation which includes a skin analysis and education on the product. Next, a tanning tent is set up in a well ventilated area to contain the spray. We then apply the airbrush technique for a flawless tan. The entire appointment takes less than 30 minutes!