INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR COMP TANNING SESSION

We are excited to have you part of the long list of satisfied customers to use our service. In order to obtain the best tan possible, there are a few things you’ll need to do before we meet and tan you.

2 days before your first tanning appointment, you will need to exfoliate daily. Ensure you wash off each time with soap to remove any oily residue. Pay particular attention to such as the ankles, knees and elbows.

Wax or shave 24 hours before the appointment to give time for your pores to close up, otherwise dotting affect may occur. If you are going to dye your hair do it 24 hours before the tanning. If you’re going to be waxing be careful it doesn’t leave any marks on the body as these can show when tan is applied.

THE DAY OF THE TANNING.

Please have a shower before you come for your tan and DO NOT use any soap, shower gels, or put any deodorants or perfume on . DO NOT moisturise or put on any make up on. DO NOT wear tight sport bras or waist trainers day of tan as it will leave Mark’s on the skin when tan is applied.

Wear loose fitting clothes for after the tan like loose tracksuit bottoms and a baggie t-shirt or a silk robe . We advise no underwear to be worn post tan as that can mark the skin. Also flip flops would be a great idea too. Each coat takes bout 5 mins to spray on and bout 20 mins to fully dry. When you leave us you will be stage ready and we will give you more instructions while we are tanning you. We have disposable hair nets, tanning socks , and sticky feet for your tanning. You will be perfect and we will also supply glaze too if needed.

Cant wait to tan you and have a great natter too.. Nicola Gilbert. Any questions please ask

Mob: 07769187597

Email; nicola.a1.comptan@gmail.com

AFTER THE TAN

Shower when you get home and then treat it as a normal everyday tan. Moisturise daily for approximately a week. The tan is likely to last last 4 to 5 days, which is great if you have a photoshoot. To remove the tan quickly, bicarbonate of soda will do the task.