FAQs | Tips
Glow On The Go
Caring for your tan is easy, be sure to read our before, after, and prolonging your tan tips here!
How long will my spray tan last?
The average result is 7 to 10 days of color. Results may vary due to skin type, activities, and the skincare regimen followed before and after application. The tan created affects only the top layer of skin and your color will fade as your body naturally exfoliates. Skin naturally replaces itself every 28 days.
How long does it take?
A typical session can be accomplished in approximately 15 minutes. A mobile spray tan may take up to 30 minutes, due to set-up time.
Will I turn orange, feel sticky or smell from the solution?
Glow On The Go tanning solution is guaranteed to give you a sun-kissed natural-looking tan the healthy way. Tans that appear orange in color occur when the solution applied to the skin contains a higher level of DHA than needed along with other chemicals that should not be applied. Sticky; you will be aware of the spray tan application during the first hour while the product sets and activates. With a Glow On The Go tan, you can get going even before your first shower! Smell; Our solution has a very pleasant Cherry Almond scent that goes away in 1-2 hours.
Is spray tanning safe and how does it work?
The active ingredient in most sunless tanning products is known as dihydroxyacetone (DHA). DHA is a simple non-toxic sugar, which gained FDA approval in 1973. DHA is the active ingredient that gives your skin a golden brown color. It is often derived from plant sources such as sugar beets and sugar cane. When applied to the skin, DHA penetrates only the outermost layer of skin and does not absorb into the body or bloodstream.
Do I need to wear sun protection after spray tanning?
A sunless tan is only the appearance of a tan and therefore provides your skin with NOSPF protection. It is advisable when outdoors to always be sun smart and protect your skin from harmful UV rays.
Is it safe for pregnant women?
The answer is yes BUT you should always consult your physician first. Again it is NON-trans dermal which means NO it will not sink into the skin to the baby. Some pregnant women due to hormones will either take EXTREMELY well to color or due to the hormones again will not take any at all.
Is a waiver required and where can I review it?
Yes, a waiver is required. You can view it here.