frequently asked questions

What is the difference between our traditional spray tan and our quick rinse spray tan?
The only difference is drying time. With our quick rinse formula, you’ll be able to rinse off after one to four hours, depending upon the level of color you desire. The full effect of the color will develop within 8-12 hours. With our traditional formula, you’ll be able to rinse off after eight+ hours.

How long does it take to get a spray tan at GorgeousGLO?
You should plan to stay 20 – 30 minutes for your spray tan session.

What should I wear during my spray tan?
That is entirely up to you – disposable thongs are provided; however, our organic solution does wash out of your clothing. After your appointment, the initial "over-spray" may rub off on clothes (before your first shower), however, it will wash out. We recommend bringing dark, loose clothing for immediately following your spray tan appointment.

How long does a spray tan last?
Depending on your skin type and the amount of solution applied to the skin, your GG spray tan can last up to 10 days.  

What solution do you use?
We use an organic, brown sugar-based, paraben-free solution.

If I have a special event/vacation coming up, when should I book my appointment?
Your appointment should be 24 – 72 hours before any event or vacation. The experts at GG can customize your color as dark or as light as you need.

What about exfoliation?
It is important to scrub off all color from previous spray tans for best results. Please note: if you choose not to exfoliate using anything other than GG-approved products, be sure to wait at least 24 hours before your next spray tan.

Is the GG solution safe for pregnant women?
Yes! We recommend each mom-to-be consult with their physician first, simply for your peace of mind.

If I’m breastfeeding, can I still get a spray tan?
Yes! Just let your GG spray tan expert know when you book your appointment or when you arrive. You are also welcome to wear a bra or swimsuit top that covers any areas you don’t want your child coming in contact with.