SPRAY TAN FAQ
Q1. How do self tanners work?
The principle tanning agent used in all self tanning products is Dihydroxyacetone (DHA). This ingredient, which is derived from sugar beets, reacts with the amino acids in the skin to create the darkening or tanned appearance on the surface of the skin. The development of color takes anywhere from 2-4 hours and the intensity of color depends on DHA concentration in the product as well as each person's skin characteristics. The color will gradually fade through natural skin exfoliation just like a natural tan from the sun.
Q2. Is the DHA in sunless tanning products safe to use?
The FDA has approved DHA for external application on the skin. For misting applications, the FDA recommends protective measures be taken to guard against mist inhalation, ingestion, and contact with eyes. Eyewear, lip balm and nose plugs are included in your session. You may purchase disposable underwear for $1.
Q3. How long does the appointment take?
The appointment takes 15-20 min. Each appointment is set for 30 min for extra time. If you are more than 15 min late, we may not be able to take you.
Q4. How long do I have to wait before showering?
We strongly suggest waiting at least 12 hours with the Standard spray. If you are doing Express, the wait time is only 1-4 hours!
Q5. What should I wear during my session?
You are welcome to wear as little or as much as you are comfortable with, however undergarments are strongly recommended per FDA guidelines.
Q6. How many days will my spray tan last?
The “life span” of a sunless tan depends on your skin’s natural exfoliation. On average, spray tans last about 7-10 days. Pre and post care are extremely important to increase the longevity of your tan.
Q7. How many days will my spray tan last?
The skin is not protected and you still need to apply spa lotions when in the L.A. Sun Spray Tan. Spray tan solutions do not contain any SPF.
Q8. Can I get a spray tan if I'm pregnant or breast feeding?
DHA, the active ingredient in spray tan solutions, has never been tested extensively on pregnant or breastfeeding women. We recommend consulting your physician before getting a spray tan. We also advise waiting until you are no longer breast feeding. Click here for more information about DHA and how it is used in sunless tanning products.
Q9. Can I get a spray tan if I'm pregnant or breast feeding??
It is not recommend to get a spray tan if you have a unsworn or your skin is peeling.
TEETH WHITENING FAQ
Q1. How white will my teeth get?
Teeth shades brighten an average of 5-14 shades on the teeth shade card. Although individual results will depend no how discolored the teeth were originally, the end result will be brighter, shiny teeth.
Q2. How long will the whitening last?
This varies form person to person and depends on your diet and lifestyle, but the effects usually last up to a year or more with proper maintenance.
Q3. Is teeth whitening safe?
Yes, our whitening gel formulation is an organic plant and mineral based product with built in enamel building qualities. Our products are made in the USA, are FDA compliant and have been used throughout the dental and cosmetic community for years. Our product does not change or damage the structure of the teeth; it merely lifts and removes the stains, making your teeth whiter.
Q4. How long does a teeth whitening session take?
Sessions take approximately 90 minutes.
Q5. What is the difference?
Our teeth whitening system uses the latest LED cold laser technology and our signature whitening gel consists of natural plant and mineral ingredients. Our system has proven to yield superior results with little to no sensitivity when compared to other whitening systems.
Q6. Does it hurt?
Most clients experience little to no sensitivity during or after the session. It is recommended that clients avoid consuming extremely hot or cold food or beverages for the first two hours after treatment. Any sensitive is usually gone within 24 hours.
Q7. Will teeth whitening work on crowns, fillings, veneers and bridges?
Yes, our whitening system will remove staining from existing dental work and take it back to the original color. We cannot whiten them beyond the original color of the material used at the time of placement. If your existing dental work is not in your smile line it won’t matter either way because it is not visible. It will not damage existing dental work.