Spray Tan Safe Products


Original Fragrance Free Hempz Lotion (TJ max or Walgreens)
Coconut oil (wait a couple days after your rinse to start this)
Acure Firming Body LotionMiner
Alba Botanica Very Emollient (Grocery store)
Pacifica (Target)
Burt’s Bees Fragrance Free Shea Butter and Vitamin E Body Lotion
JASON Cocoa Butter Hand & Body Lotion
Kiss My Face Sensitive Skin Natural Moisturizer
Amara Organics Vitamin C Face & Body Lotion
Aubrey Organics Unscented Body Lotion
Avalon Organics Hand & Body Lotion
Barbary Natural Body Lotion for Men

Desert Essence Organics Hand & Body Lotion
Dr. Bronner’s & All-One Organic Lotion for Hands & Body
Ecco Bella Original Organic Water-Free Herbal Body Lotion
Eminence Coconut Firming Body Lotion
EO Everyone Lotion, Coconut plus Lemon
Fundamental Skin Lotion – for Hand & Body – Unscented Natural Skin Lotion
Good For You Girls All Natural Body Lotion
L’Occitane Shea Butter Ultra Rich Body Lotion
Lavera Body Lotions
Logona Body Lotions
Nature’s Gate Moisturizing Body Lotion
Nourish Organic Body Lotion
Nubian Heritage Lotion
Organic Fiji Nourishing Face & Body Lotion
Real Purity Hand & Body Lotion
The Honest Company Face & Body Lotion
Tom’s of Maine Body Lotions
Weleda Body Lotions
Wellness Prioritized Vegan Hemp Seed Oil & Mango Seed Butter Face, Hand, & Body Lotion


Choose only ph balanced soaps for your spray tan. Pacifica Body Wash (Target) , Eucerin PH5 Cleaning Bar, Johnson & Johnson Baby Bar Soap, Cetaphil Cleaning Bar for dry, sensitive skin, and Burt’s Bees Buttermilk soap are great choices.


A common question I get asked at the salon is, “Will sunscreen harm my spray tan?”  Well, the truth is that yes, depending on which sunscreen you are using you could end up shortening the life of your spray tan due to the ingredients drying out your skin and causing the tan to fade.
Most sunscreens need to be applied every few hours, especially after exposure to water. 
When choosing a sunscreen that won’t harm your spray tan, there are 2 ingredients you want to avoid: oil and alcohol. 
Alcohol and the types of oils used in sunscreens are NOT moisturizing and will break down your tan! Unfortunately, most sunscreens contain at least one, if not both of these ingredients. I recommend that no matter which sunscreen you choose, you moisturize from head to toe with a good quality moisture cream,coconut oil, or lotion first.  Next apply one of these great sunscreens that have ditched the oil and alcohol, and therefore won’t dry out your skin or fade your tan:
SUNBUM, COOLA, Neutrogena Clear Face Liquid Lotion Sunscreen ,Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Bodymist Sunscreen, Coppertone Oil Free Faces and Oil Free Lotion, Murad Oil Free Sunscreen Broad Spectrum, Loreal Advanced Suncare Quick Dry Sheer Finish Spray.