Hello again from Tropical Tan! As you get ready to celebrate the 4th of July and the rest of your summer, we hope you’ll consider visiting us and building up your base tan. You are less likely to get a really bad sunburn if your skin already has a little bit of color in it. A base tan acts as a built-in sunblock for as long as you maintain the color, and your skin has an easier time converting sunlight into a tan when it is already accustomed to doing so.
If you haven’t had any prolonged sun exposure since last summer, now is the perfect time to visit us and start off your tan. We’ll set the tanning bed to a very low intensity, and you’ll only be treated for a few minutes. This is sufficient to jump-start the tanning process at a level that your skin will react well to. As your tan develops, we can gradually increase the settings and prolong the length of your sessions. Once your base tan emerges, long days at the beach will be a breeze. You will have a smaller chance of burning when your skin is already in the habit of getting tanner in response to sunlight. It is especially important to have a base tan if you are going away on vacation this summer. The sun’s rays are much more direct at lower latitudes; it takes far less exposure than you would expect to develop a bad burn. Protect your skin by making sure a good amount of color is already there.
If you enjoy the experience of building up your base tan at Tropical Tan, we hope you’ll consider signing up for a package deal! The more sessions you buy in advance, the bigger your discount is. This way, you can keep your tan even after summer ends. For a limited time, we’re offering a mix & match buy-one-get-one 50% off special on our tanning packages and bottles of deluxe body lotions.
Don’t forget to check out our new fashion boutique after your next tanning session! The response to this new venture has been so positive that we decided to thank you with a special contest! To win a bracelet and a luxury body lotion from our boutique, simply like, share and leave a comment on this Facebook post:
God bless and make it a great day!