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  • You've Got Questions. I've got answers !
    1. How long does a spray tan last? Spray tans usually last around 5-7 days, depending on your skin type, how well you prepare your skin before the tan, and how you take care of your skin afterward. 2. How should I prepare my skin before a spray tan? Exfoliate your skin thoroughly to remove dead skin cells, avoid using lotions or oils that might create a barrier, and shave or wax at least 24 hours before the appointment. 3. Can I shower after a spray tan? It's generally recommended to wait at least 8-12 hours before showering to allow the tan to fully develop. However, follow the instructions provided by the technician or the product used for the best results. 4. Will a spray tan protect my skin from UV rays? No, a spray tan does not provide protection from UV rays. Always use sunscreen to protect your skin from the sun's harmful effects. 5. Can I still get a spray tan if I have sensitive skin or allergies? It's essential to discuss any skin concerns or allergies with the technician beforehand. They might be able to provide a patch test or recommend specific products suitable for sensitive skin. 6. How often should I get a spray tan? It varies from person to person and depends on how quickly your skin exfoliates. On average, people get spray tans every 1-2 weeks to maintain their desired tan. 7. Will a spray tan stain my clothes? While the initial bronzer in the tan might rub off slightly, once you shower after the recommended development time, it shouldn't transfer onto clothing. 8. Can I exercise or swim after getting a spray tan? It's generally best to wait at least 24 hours before participating in activities that might cause excessive sweating or submersion in water to allow the tan to set properly. 9. Can I get a spray tan while pregnant? It's advisable to consult with your healthcare provider before getting a spray tan while pregnant, as individual circumstances may vary. 10. How do I maintain my spray tan? Moisturize your skin daily to prolong the tan and avoid exfoliating too aggressively. Pat your skin dry after showering and avoid long baths or swimming in chlorinated pools, as these can fade the tan faster. Always follow the specific guidelines provided by the technician or the spray tan product you're using for the best results and care for your skin post-tanning.
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