Updated: Aug 29
Do you have tattoos and want to schedule a spray tan?
Most spray tan solutions contain an ingredient called Dihydroxyacetone, (DHA) that interacts with the proteins in your skin and the oxygen in the air to create a beautiful dark result.
Spray tan solutions are applied to the uppermost layers of your skin, called the Epidermis. Tattoo ink is set deeper in the skin, in the Dermis layer. Because of this, the sunless spray solution won’t penetrate the tattoo, so it won’t alter your tattoo’s ink.
Your tattoo will be visible through the sunless spray tan. Dark, tattooed areas will not change appearance. If you have a lighter-colored tattoo, you may experience a temporary color change until the tan has exfoliated away. At that time, the tattoo will return to the color it was before your spray tan was applied.
It is important that your tattoo has fully healed before spray tanning, with no scabs, openings, or peeling. It should have an even, smooth surface. Spraying a tattoo that hasn’t healed can permanently damage the tattoo, and cause inflammation or infection. It’s recommended to wait at least six weeks, after tattoos is fully healed, before scheduling a spray tan.
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