New & Improved: A Better Spray Tan

New York plastic surgeon shares the latest in spray tan products offered at their Albany practice.

Tan skin is usually associated with beauty and health, but many methods for achieving a golden glow come at a price. Spray tans have long offered a UV and sun-free alternative that keep the skin safe from early signs of aging, but among women and men who choose to have a spray tan at our Albany, NY medical spa, the most common reason for hesitating is a fear of looking orange. Fortunately, there are advanced products available that create a natural-looking tan for a range of skin tones.

Our well-trained professionals use the Aviva Labs series of organic spray tans because the ingredients are non-toxic, hypoallergenic, and formulated by doctors. One of the most noticeable benefits to using this line is that results complement a person’s skin tone and last an average of 7 to 10 days. The spray device also provides an even coat that accentuates a person’s contours.

One of the keys to creating a natural-looking shade of tan is finding a professional who fully knows the device and available options. Spray tan specialists should be able to create custom solutions based on a person’s skin type and desired level of tan.

There are a number of spray tan products available on the market, so it’s important to do your homework prior to purchasing a session with a spa. Find out what system will be used, and spend time researching the ingredients to ensure you are receiving a safe product that consistently produces natural-looking results.

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