Get Sun-Kissed Skin Without The Risk
By Katherine Villavicencio , Assistant Editor |
You may have noticed spray tanning’s recent streak of bad luck. Buzz about potentially harmful ingredients in some tanning solutions has fake-bake regulars tossing their goggles for good. But before you surrender to pasty, white skin, you may want to schedule one tanning session that has your health in mind.
Recognized as the top tanner in New York City, makeup artist and spray tan specialist Kristyn Pradas offers all-natural tanning solutions free of petro-chemicals, parabens and formaldehyde. This means you can achieve a bikini-ready body and healthier, more radiant skin all without the risk of inhaling potentially dangerous chemicals or damaging your skin.
Made with vitamins A, C and E and organic aloe vera extract, the spray tan solution hydrates thirsty skin so your color lasts longer. Plus, it contains cehami, an indigenous Australian botanical with anti-inflammatory properties, and squalane, a secret weapon in anti-aging derived from olives, which together leave skin looking and acting younger.
But that's not all. The marine collagen, Australian kakadu plum extract and wheat amino acids boost collagen for stronger, more flexible skin. Plus antioxidant-rich grape seed oil and red rooibos tea help diminish sun damage and prevent free-radical damage. Last but not least, a fragrant blend of orange, lemon and bergamot essential oils stimulate healing both through inhalation and absorption.
Unlike other sunless tanners that offer limited color choices, Pradas creates a custom shade for each client based on his or her natural skin color. “For me, spray tanning is just makeup for the body. I got into makeup to help women feel good about themselves, and spray tanning is just an extension of that,” she says.
So whether you’re visiting The Big Apple or call it home, go ahead and schedule an all-natural tanning session at the Francky L'official Salon located at 1063 Madison Avenue, New York, NY. Treatments start at $120 and go up to $200 (for the full body spray.)
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