The PURA SUNLESS is here!
This is an automated and heated sunless spray booth. The best on the market! Two positions and you’re done! Visit our pricing page for more information and pricing. With over 50 combinations, you will be sure to get your perfect color!
One Pass Basic: $25
One Pass with Moisturizer: $28
Two Passes Basic: $33
Two Passes with Moisturizer: $35
Moisturizer Along: $5
Frequently Asked Questions
Nope! The Pura solution is a new, “smart solution,” which matches natural sunless color to your unique skin tone. Spray tanning doesn’t get more worry free than this!
The Bronze solution has a cosmetic or instant immediate color added to it. Think of it like a bronzing powered or make up. With a Bronzing session you will see color wash off in the shower, however that is just the cosmetic bronzers and your tan will still be there. The Clear DHA is clear of course. Both solutions need to be on at least 6 hours and will continue to develop up to 8-10 hours after.
The Moisture Mist hydrates and softens the skin and prolongs the spray tan results as well as help eliminate the DHA odor.
When exiting the Pura unit after a session you should be dry enough to re-dress right away, thanks to Pura’s comfort dry passes.
The solution needs to stay on for at least 6 hours and will develop color up to 8-10 hours after.
Absolutely. One of the most important things that you must do is to thoroughly exfoliate before spray tanning. You want to get off any barrier or impurity on the skin. Wear loose clothing to your session and be sure to wait the appropriate amount of time to shower and avoid water.
Depending on the how well you maintain your skin with moisturize, avoid chlorinated pools and harsh soaps in the shower, your tan will last at least 5-7 days.
Hey, this is exactly why the spray tanning process was designed in the first place, for people that could not tan by any other method!
It depends on what solution you used. Clear solution you should not see bronzer on your clothing. Bronzer solution you might see a little bit of cosmetic bronzers, however it will wash out!
Yes, but always contact your family physician.
No more than 3 times in a two week period. You want to give your skin time to fade out evenly. When color is sprayed over spots that are darker than others it gives an unpleasant look of built up color in some areas. You will want to gently exfoliate the skin for a fresh canvas results.
No! Spray Tanning is not the same as UV Tanning. With a spray tan your skin can still burn so when going into the sun, you must wear sun protection.