Sienna X is a sunless solution to a healthy, natural looking tan. It’s a great answer to spending hours in the sun or on sunbeds; there’s no risk of sunburn, peeling, or any sun related skin diseases or damage.
Your tan will last between 5 to 7 days, depending on your daily skincare routine. It fades as your skin sheds the outer layer of dead skin cells. The key to prolonging the tan is to moisturise using Sienna X daily moisturiser and Sienna X extend & perfect gradual tan.
What you need to do to prepare for a spray tan to get the very best result from your tan?
I will ask you some questions to make sure the tanning process is suitable for you. After which we will decide on the best colour for your skin type.
You will be asked to undress and remove jewellery, glasses, contact lens etc. and then I will apply a barrier cream to your hands, feet and any dry or problem areas.
The spraying will take 10 mins or so with some additional drying time. I will ask you to stand within a pop up tanning booth so the solution stays contained.
You will see the guide colour immediately on your skin, this is to help make sure all areas are covered, after 8 hours you will wash this off and your colour will have develops underneath.
Do I have to be naked?
No, but it’s up to you. Many people like to wear dark underwear.
Who’s it suitable for?
It’s safe for most people but some allergic people can have minor skin irritations. Allergic reactions are rare and if you have sensitive skin or allergies I can do a patch test beforehand.
Women in the 1st trimester of pregnancy or those with breathing difficulties should avoid treatments.
If you have a medical condition or take prescribed drugs it would be worthwhile just checking with your doctor if a spray tan is suitable for you.
I would advice anyone that is currently suffering from a fever, diarrhoea or vomiting or those who have contagious infection such as athlete’s foot, verruca refrain from treatment until the condition is cleared.
Some conditions do require greater care, those being; epilepsy, asthma, kidney & liver problems, skin problems & allergies and pregnancy. A patch test may be required 24 hours before treatment.
Pregnant women in the first 12 weeks should avoid receiving any treatment, after which a modified treatment can be performed.
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