Nowadays, we're all well aware of the dangers of tanning outdoors, especially if we expose ourselves to too much ultraviolet light. All Skin Care specialists and Dermatologists warn us to avoid sunburns as they play an important role in the development of skin cancer, especially malignant melanoma.
Climate changes in the atmosphere that has many of us slathering on sunblock and sunscreen before we step outside in the hot sun, can fluctuate throughout the day and different times of year. It is almost impossible to control harmful UV rays from the sun and as a result, most premature aging is caused by sun exposure. Without protection from the sun's rays, just a few minutes of exposure each day over the years can cause noticeable changes to the skin.
So, how to achieve the perfect tan without jeopardizing our health?
If you are trying to achieve a perfect tan and there is not enough sun on this day, it might be impossible for you to get that polished bronze look you like. That is why our Airbrush Tanning Systems were specifically developed to give you this instant, perfect tan.
In only 6 hours, the Airbrush Tanning Systems help you avoid the blotchy, streaky and reddish or orange tan you normally get from spray cans and cheap Tanning Creams and achieve a more uniform and longer lasting golden brown tan. This spray can be airbrushed to your face, neck, décolleté, arms and hands. You can also choose to tan your whole body with the portable Miniature Compressor for a fraction of the cost of comparable Systems.
Our spray solutions contains DHA, made from sugar cane that is absolutely harmless and FDA approved.
Relax and enjoy this sunless tan in the comfort of your home, and as often as you want, without the risk of sunburn or skin cancer, the sun and also Tanning Beds can give you.
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