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Spray Tan



Spray Tan Services


Spray tan


  • Levels 1-3  $35.00

Jennie Evans | Natural Med Spa
Jennie Evans Tipton

To schedule an appointment with Jennie, please call or text





Whether you want that "just off the beach" glow or to rejuvenate your skin,

we've got the services you are looking for to help you look great!



Before Tan:

  • Arrive for your appointment with clean, dry skin

  • It is highly recommended that you shower and exfoliate before your tanning session

  • Wear dark, loose-fitting clothing

  • Have wax and mani-pedi before your treatment

  • Arrive for your appointment free of moisturizer, body lotion, perfume, deodorant, make-up, sunscreen


After Tan:

  • Do not wear tight-fitting clothing for at least eight hours after tanning treatment

  • Avoid showering, sweating, exposure to water for 8 to 12 hours after your tanning session

  • Moisturize the entire body twice daily, skin hydration is the secret to a long-lasting tan

  • Avoid jacuzzis, hot tubs, steam rooms and long, hot showers




How does airbrush tan work?

The active ingredient in airbrush tanning is DHA (dihydroxyacetone). DHA is simple sugar derived from sugar beets or sugar cane. DHA reacts with proteins in the outer layer of the skin. During this reaction, a browning process occurs that leaves the skin looking very similar to a natural tan.


How long does it take and who applies it?

The process takes about 20 minutes and is applied by a trained technician.


How long will my airbrush tan last?

An airbrush will last approximately seven to 10 days. It will depend on your skin type and how you care for it after the tanning session.


Will my airbrush protect me from the sun?

No, airbrush tanning solutions do not have sunscreen protection — additional sunscreen should be used.


If pregnant can I still receive an airbrush tan?

Organic airbrush tanning is perfect if you want to add to your natural pregnant glow! There's no evidence that DHA is harmful — and it is considered safe for pregnant women. To err on the side of safety, it is suggested that expecting mothers wait until after the first trimester to have a session and should consult their physician.


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