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How the Magic Tan Sun Tanning Device Works
Ashley: Everyone wants a healthy looking glow. Hi, welcome to Watch Mojo. I’m you host Ashley and today we’re going to speak with Steve about the latest new tanning trend, the magic tan.
Steve: Magic tan is a 60-second UV-free spray tan booth into the hop in, it’s like a shower, it sprays you from head to toe in those four fun positions, and you leave and four to six hours later you have a nice golden tan.
So, the first position is standing with your legs apart, arms at your side, facing the back and when you’re ready to go, you just reach forward and push the green button. It will start at the bottom and start working its way up row by row. It’s going to come at the top and it’s going to pause for 10 seconds and during the pause, it gets really fun. When it turns to your side, pretend you’re running.
During the next pause, you pivot by the direction and your last position is going to be how you started but backwards. Best thing to do to prepare is really make sure your skin is well exfoliated before and you also want to keep your skin moisturize. Now, you don’t want to put any moisturizer right before doing it but a good few hours before.
Ashley: How long does the tan last?
Steve: Everyone’s skin takes a different. On average, we say it lasts about five to seven days.
Ashley: What do you wear in the booth?
Steve: It’s up to you. A lot of clients go completely naked. Some people want to get tan line so they’ll bring like an old bathing suit—is right into your hair itself which just get your hair over the way. Just want to put your hair with a band, put the hairnet on. The key thing is to make sure it’s above your hairline.
The two main ingredients are DHA which is the ingredient found and also of tanners, I mean there’s aloe so it really actually helps moisturizes skin at the same time but really allows people who have never been able to get a tan to get the look of having a tan.
The first thing you wanted to do to get here at the side, watch level. We have three levels, light, medium and dark. Most people the first time will try the medium and then from there it would know if it wasn’t dark enough or if it’s too dark and want to go down a bit lighter.
Ashley: What’s the difference between the Magic 10 in comparison to the Airbrush 10?
Steve: One of the main differences is of course is time. Our system takes 60 seconds versus the airbrush which can take 30-45 minutes. This is also a 100% private and of course as this processes is fully automated, it really goes on street free because it’s really nice, natural even color. Some people would do it just before a big event and if you would do it like I said on a regular basis to keep or maintain your tan.