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Whats the best way to get a FLAWLESS spray tan? Follow this simple guide:

PREPARATION BEFORE YOUR TREATMENT:

  • It is essential not to apply any type of perfume, deodorant, or lotions on the day of your treatment, as these reduce the results.
  • Waxing or shaving should be completed at least 24 hours prior to the treatment to reduce sensitivity.
  • The evening before or morning of your treatment, exfoliate your entire body, paying special attention to dry areas of your body, such as hands, elbows, knees, and feet.
  • Wear dark, loose fitting clothing, with a dark colored bra, or no bra at all.

THE TREATMENT

The application may take up to 15 to 30 minutes. The Bronzing mist will dry on your skin in just a few minutes, so you can dress right after the treatment.

  • Avoid rubbing or touching the applied tan once the treatment is completed.
  • For the short period that your face is sprayed, close your eyes and do not inhale.

AFTER YOUR TREATMENT

Your tan will begin to develop immediately after your treatment.

  • Do not shower or bathe for a minimum of 4 hours after your treatment.
  • Do not participate in any activity which may cause perspiration for at least 12 hours after your treatment.
  • It is fine to leave your tan on overnight and shower in the morning.

TAN MAINTENANCE TIPS

With the correct after care, your tan will last longer. After care products are available for purchase at Felicite Day Spa.

  • Apply St. Tropez Body Moisturizer Extender daily in between spray tans to maintain your tan for longer and to ensure even fading.
  • Exfoliate your skin with St. Tropez body polish every 3 days to ensure your tan fades evenly.
  • Do not rub, but pat your skin dry after showing or bathing.
  • Avoid swimming pools as chlorine can bleach the tan.

Regular and well maintained spray tans, can help you achieve a healthy, bronze glow all year long!

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It IS possible now, thanks to the Purebeau Fibroblast treatment.

The PUREBEAU FIBROBLAST treatment produces a tiny, so-called

plasmatic flash. This flash leaps over from the tip to the skin and lets
it evaporate superficially there in a tiny, micromillimeter-sized point. This
superficial point minimizes the skin in its immediate vicinity.
Various points are placed and generate a reduction grid which, depending
on the area, requires different patterns and placement sequences. Due to
their variety and arrangement, these points can reduce excess skin.

Result:
the concerned skin area is clearly tightened.

We can't wait to bring this revolutionary new treatment to YOU!

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1. Snow nearly doubles your exposure to UV rays.

Snow reflects back 80-percent of UVA rays, nearly doubling your exposure! Slap on the sunscreen before hitting the ski slopes!

2. The atmosphere is thinner at high elevations.

UV increases by nearly four percent for every 1,000-foot increase in elevation. That’s a lot of exposure—much more than any day at the beach.

3. UVA rays can go through glass.

Even if you prefer the view from inside where it’s nice and warm, you’re still at risk for UVA skin damage. While UVB rays are mostly blocked by glass and clouds, 50- to 60-percent of UVA rays go right through windows.

4. The Earth is closest to the sun in the middle of the winter.

The changes of the season are a result of the tilt of the Earth, not how close our little blue planet is to the sun. In the northern hemisphere, we’re closest to the sun about two weeks after the winter solstice. We’re the furthest from the sun about two weeks after the summer solstice.

5. Ozone, the Earth’s “sunscreen,” is the thinnest during the winter.

Ozone acts like the Earth’s sunscreen, filtering out and protecting us from harmful UV rays. In the Northern Hemisphere, ozone levels are generally the lowest from December to March.

So put on your coat, grab your gloves and don’t forget the sunscreen!

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