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Tan de Soleil - Multiple Locations

$19 for 150 Minutes of UV Tanning or Two Spray-Tan Sessions at Tan de Soleil (Up to $68 Value)

The Fine Print

  • Expires 120 days after purchase.
  • Limit 2 per person. Must be 18 or older. Sessions must be used by the same person. May redeem across visits. Equipment varies by location; spray tan available at Vancouver, Langley – 200 st. + 72 Ave, Surrey - Guildford, and Calgary. Minutes are based on Klassik bed, upgrades to beds deduct extra minutes. Once voucher is redeemed, minutes do not expire.
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Questions and Answers 4 questions

Commonly Asked Questions

Q:

Do you have to make an appointment for a spray tan?

Elisha K.  asked on  Jun 28, 2013

A:

Hi Elisha, No, you don't need to make an appointment for the spray tan. You can stop in anytime. :) You can redeem the groupon right away if you like as well.

Marnie at Tan de Soleil  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 28, 2013

Q:

If I have bought this groupon in the past am I able to buy it again?

Megan P.  asked on  Jun 29, 2013

A:

Hi Megan, Yes, no problem. You are still able to buy the limit of 2. :)

Marnie at Tan de Soleil  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 29, 2013

Q:

Are your spray tans red based or orange based? This will be the first time I'm doing a spray tan for a wedding and I don't want to look like I've been rolled in doritos :)

Felicia M.  asked on  Jun 29, 2013

A:

Hi Felicia, There actually isn’t orange or red based solution. DHA or Dihydroxyacetone, is the main active ingredient in all spray tans. DHA is colourless. The tan is caused by a reaction between DHA, oxygen and the amino acids in the outer layers of the skin. Spray tan solutions when manufactured are clear. Orange or unnatural skin tones are normally associated with over application of a solution with too high a DHA content for your particular skin tone or skin type. In the past, self-tanners gave many individuals an unnatural orange glow and caused streaking. Most of these undesirable results were caused by improper or ineffective application techniques. Applying creams and lotions by hand usually results in excessive amounts being absorbed into the skin. Excessive amounts applied in a single application can give an orange glow to the skin. Unnatural dark spots may also appear in dry or thick skinned areas such as elbows, knees, and knuckles because these areas have a tendency to absorb more of the cream. The spray tan technology used in spray booths assures that all areas of the body get a uniform coating of the solution in the exact quantity required to produce a golden brown tan. If you are very fair you will want to do a level 1 spray as that has the least amount of DHA in it. The technician will help you determine which level will give you the best results for your skin type. If you are tanning for a wedding or other special occasion you will want to do a ‘test run’ ahead of time to ensure you are happy with your results. We also recommend using the ‘clear’ version of the solution for special events, as the ‘bronzer’ version can rub off a bit on light colored clothing. If you go to our website, http://tandesoleil.com/spray-tan/ you can see demo videos, faq’s, and pre-tan/post-tan instructions. :)

Marnie at Tan de Soleil  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 30, 2013

More Questions and Answers

Q:

Betty how long does one spray tan last? Is more than one application required for optimum look.

Thomas B.  asked on  Jun 30, 2013

A:

Generally it will last 5-7 days, depending on how well you exfoliate your skin first. The tan disappears as your top layer of skin naturally sloughs off. One application will give you a very nice tan. If you are tanning for a wedding or other special occasion you will want to do a ‘test run’ ahead of time to ensure you are happy with your results. We also recommend using the ‘clear’ version of the solution for special events, as the ‘bronzer’ version can rub off a bit on light colored clothing. If you go to our website, http://tandesoleil.com/spray-tan/ you can see demo videos, faq’s, and pre-tan/post-tan instructions. :)

Marnie at Tan de Soleil  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 30, 2013

Q:

Are your spray tans red based or orange based? This will be the first time I'm doing a spray tan for a wedding and I don't want to look like I've been rolled in doritos :)

Felicia M.  asked on  Jun 29, 2013

A:

Hi Felicia, There actually isn’t orange or red based solution. DHA or Dihydroxyacetone, is the main active ingredient in all spray tans. DHA is colourless. The tan is caused by a reaction between DHA, oxygen and the amino acids in the outer layers of the skin. Spray tan solutions when manufactured are clear. Orange or unnatural skin tones are normally associated with over application of a solution with too high a DHA content for your particular skin tone or skin type. In the past, self-tanners gave many individuals an unnatural orange glow and caused streaking. Most of these undesirable results were caused by improper or ineffective application techniques. Applying creams and lotions by hand usually results in excessive amounts being absorbed into the skin. Excessive amounts applied in a single application can give an orange glow to the skin. Unnatural dark spots may also appear in dry or thick skinned areas such as elbows, knees, and knuckles because these areas have a tendency to absorb more of the cream. The spray tan technology used in spray booths assures that all areas of the body get a uniform coating of the solution in the exact quantity required to produce a golden brown tan. If you are very fair you will want to do a level 1 spray as that has the least amount of DHA in it. The technician will help you determine which level will give you the best results for your skin type. If you are tanning for a wedding or other special occasion you will want to do a ‘test run’ ahead of time to ensure you are happy with your results. We also recommend using the ‘clear’ version of the solution for special events, as the ‘bronzer’ version can rub off a bit on light colored clothing. If you go to our website, http://tandesoleil.com/spray-tan/ you can see demo videos, faq’s, and pre-tan/post-tan instructions. :)

Marnie at Tan de Soleil  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 30, 2013

Q:

If I have bought this groupon in the past am I able to buy it again?

Megan P.  asked on  Jun 29, 2013

A:

Hi Megan, Yes, no problem. You are still able to buy the limit of 2. :)

Marnie at Tan de Soleil  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 29, 2013

Q:

Do you have to make an appointment for a spray tan?

Elisha K.  asked on  Jun 28, 2013

A:

Hi Elisha, No, you don't need to make an appointment for the spray tan. You can stop in anytime. :) You can redeem the groupon right away if you like as well.

Marnie at Tan de Soleil  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 28, 2013

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