Airbrush Tanning by Courteney Huff - Custom Airbrush Tanning located in South Dayton
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As fall approaches here in Ohio the tanning bed sales try to tempt us with hard-to-resist packages to help you keep your summer glow. Some of these packages offer a low monthly fee and uber-cool tanning beds with names like "The silver bullet" that promise to bronze your whole body in 15 minutes. Some tanning-bed advocates have switched gears and now promote the health benefits of tanning due to increased vitamin D exposure. They contend that it helps prevent osteoporosis and some forms of cancer. (Vitamin D is known as the sunshine vitamin because it comes from the sun.)

But please! Save your money and your health!
One of the biggest risk factors for melanoma is chronic exposure to ultraviolet rays, primarily through tanning under the sun or in a tanning bed. The tanning properties of sun beds come from their ultraviolet B (UVB) and ultraviolet A (UVA) radiation, both of which are found in the sun's rays. So it makes perfect sense that tanning beds, like the sun, would up skin cancer risk. Melanoma is the deadliest type of skin cancer because it spreads easily to other organs and bones through the blood or the lymph system.

I am asking that you be safe in whatever measures you take for tanning, and try out a custom airbrush spray! The spray will look different on every single person, as it adapts to your natural skin tone, but I GUARANTEE you will not be orange. I do not use the same products that the tanning salons use.

Whether you are doing it yourself or attending a professional tanning salon, airbrush tanning is the best way to acquire a beautiful, safe sunless tan.
First question I always get from new clients when they call me: "Will I be orange?"  The answer is always NO!

All sunless tanning products use the same basic concept to help you achieve that golden bronze finish. The solution used in these products is a safe and effective chemical known as DHA (Di-hydroxy-acetone). The FDA approved DHA (a derivative of sugar cane or sugar beets) in the early 1970s. The DHA adheres to the dead skin cells on the top layer of your skin, and will remain until your skin exfoliates. The DHA reacts with your skin to produce a 'coloring' effect that will give you a tan look. However, some cheaper solutions can cause the "Oompa Loompa" orange color. This is something you need to be careful with when getting a spray tan. I use high quality solution that will never turn your orange!

Basic spray at my location = $25.00
Party Packages at your location available!  Please contact me for rates
Competition spray = $50.00

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