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Suprising twist to spray tan party advert

24 January 2014

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Suprising twist to spray tan party advert

You have to watch this ad for spray tan parties.

We love spray tan parties, we love spray tan and most of all we love this ad.

For even more Executive spray tan party action, go look at the website.

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Things can sometimes pop up when spray tanning men

3 September 2013


Things can sometimes pop up when spray tanning men

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Heres a great excerpt from a blog post i was reading about spray tanning men. I thought it was quite funny.

To read it in its entirety head over to

Men make up about 30 percent of my clientele. Most of them are straight guys who got dragged along for their girlfriend’s appointment and start coming back for their own work. They always want to go superlight, so no one (especially women) will be able to tell. It’s a shame they have no sense of subtlety in other areas. Something about being naked in front of a woman on her knees makes most men act like stupid frat boys.

Recently, I had a filthy-rich investment banker come in with his pregnant wife. While I was spraying him (as she waited outside), he popped a boner. The worst part was that he wasn’t the least bit embarrassed. He said, “Sorry, it’s not you; it’s your breasts that are turning me on.” It’s times like these when I think, What the hell am I doing this for? But then I remind myself: I’ve got an amazing business that makes women’s butts look smaller. How many people can say that?

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Spray Tan Solution Dangers. Is the ingredient DHA safe to use in tanning?

16 July 2013


Spray Tan Solution Dangers. Is the ingredient DHA safe to use in tanning?

Spray tan has for many years been seen as a safe & easy alternative to using a UV sunbed. Recently reports have been circulating that cast doubt on these safety claims.
In this article I hope to shed light on the claims that some of the ingredients in spray tanners shouldn’t be inhaled.
There is an interesting article on Yahoo that covers some of the questions & concerns spray tanners may have.


“I have concerns,” said Dr. Rey Panettieri, a toxicologist and lung specialist at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine. “The reason I’m concerned is the deposition of the tanning agents into the lungs could really facilitate or aid systemic absorption — that is, getting into the bloodstream. These compounds in some cells could actually promote the development of cancers or malignancies,” he said, “and if that’s the case then we need to be wary of them.”


The active ingredient in a fake tan is dihydroxyacetone. This substance, which comes from a vegetable source, reacts with the amino acids in the skin, causing the skin to turn brown. The reaction takes around 4 hours “development time” and happens only in the very top layer of the skin, which is why over the following few days, the tan begins to fade, as the epidermal skin is shed.

Although DHA has been approved by the FDA it was only meant to be used in tanning creams & not as a spray, which subsequently can then be breathed in.

“DHA should not be inhaled or ingested” today. It tells consumers on its website, “The use of DHA in ‘tanning’ booths as an all-over spray has not been approved by the FDA, since safety data to support this use has not been submitted to the agency for review and evaluation.” The agency advises consumers who spray tan they are “not protected from the unapproved use of this color additive” if they are inhaling the mist or allowing it to get inside their body. The agency recommends, “Consumers should request measures to protect their eyes and mucous membranes and prevent inhalation.”

I talked to Richard Brown who is managing director of Siennasol Ltd ( Siennasol  manufacture spray tanning solutions for salons & therapists.

“We work hard to make Siennasol as pure & natural as possible. Our solution doesn’t contain any perfume, parabens or alcohol & all our DHA is ECOcert, which means it is naturally derived from sugar beat & is perfectly safe to use.” said Richard.

“We do recommend therapists & their clients use a face mask during application & when spraying over the face, the client should hold their breath.”
“I’ve looked at all the data available & feel that spray tans are generally very safe to use, personally I feel that the bigger risk which rarely gets mentioned is that of the inclusion of Parabens not only in Spray tan but in so many cosmetics products we use every day”
We then began taiking about the risks associated with long term exposure to Parabens, I’ll save that for a later post.
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I think right now you should look at using spray tan solutions that are as pure as possible & look at using ventilation & face masks.

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Spray Tan tips…coming soon

27 July 2012


Coming Soon…..all the spray tanning hints & tips you will ever need. Where to train. What to use. How to do it.

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