A spray tan can last between five to seven days, and up to 10 days when maintained with a tan extender. Adequate preparation before spray tanning and proper maintenance afterwards help the tanning effect last longer. More »

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To prepare for a spray tan, wax or shave your legs, exfoliate, and moisturize your skin the night before your spray tan is scheduled. Remove all make-up, moisturizer, deodorant and perfume before the spray tan. More »

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Remove a spray tan through the application of emollients, like mineral oil, and exfoliation in a hot shower. The mineral oil should soak into the skin for 15 minutes before washing it off with an exfoliating scrub in the... More »

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Remove a spray tan through the application of emollients, like mineral oil, and exfoliation in a hot shower. The mineral oil should soak into the skin for 15 minutes before washing it off with an exfoliating scrub in the... More »

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Before spray tanning, it's important to shower and exfoliate the body of dead skin cells. Removing the dead skin the day of or day before allows the spray tan to adhere to the skin better. More »

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In the absence of continued exposure to sunlight, a tan begins to fade within a month and continues to fade for several weeks. A tan fades because the skin cells that were exposed to sunlight and developed pigment mature... More »

There are a number of ways to remove a spray tan. Methods include lemon juice and vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, pumice stones, exfoliating mitts and a hot soapy bath. More »

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