Spray Tanning Rochester Hills
Spray Tanning Q & A
If you’ve steered clear of spray tanning because you’re wary of turning orange, the VersaSpa system at The Spa MD is for you. This system applies an even spray tan in an innovatively designed, spacious booth. The tan it delivers is always bronze and never orange. When you step into the VersaSpa spray tanning booth, its nozzles go to work applying an even coat of spray tan to your body. For your comfort, the booth is roomy and heated. The process itself takes just minutes and hydrates your skin as it works. With it, you’ll see natural-looking, even tanning results in as little as two hours.
Tanning in the sun or a tanning bed exposes your skin to UV light. While you might get a beautiful tan, it only lasts a short while. UV light exposure can also negatively affect you long-term, causing issues from aesthetic concerns like age spots to grave ones like skin cancer. With spray tanning, you get an even, natural-looking glow without risking the health of your skin. What’s more, when you choose VersaSpa spray tanning, you get a gluten-free, paraben-free, cruelty-free, and noncomedogenic tanning solution. The solution also includes marine algae, which detoxifies and firms your skin.
VersaSpa spray tanning is a quick, comfortable process. Talk to The Spa MD about the results you want to see from your tan. Our specialists can adjust the intensity of your spray tan to give you the level of darkness you want. You can also further customize your spray tan. You can choose to add Perfector — a water-based solution — to the spray tanning solution to balance your skin’s pH and give you the best possible result. You can also choose to add moisturizer to extend the longevity of your spray tan. VersaSpa spray tanning is specifically formulated to give you ideal results without any of the odor that comes with other spray tan options.If you’re interested in learning more about skin-safe spray tanning that gives you a beautiful bronze glow, call The Spa MD or book your appointment online today.