Spray Tan Insurance
Spray tanning can be done yourself, or at a tanning salon, and it involves spraying a fine mist onto your body. It is a temporary and easy process and tends to dry faster than other self tanning methods, meaning there’s a smaller chance of your tan rubbing off onto your clothes, bed sheets, and furniture. However, some people prefer tanning lotions and creams because they are less messy, as you can imagine the mess a spray tan could potentially make.
Spray tanning is considered a relatively safe and risk free process. The tanning mist contains a chemical called Dihydroxyacetone (DHA) which reacts with our natural skin chemicals and turns the skin tan. DHA is approved and is safe for external application on the skin, but it should not be inhaled or applied to areas that include an opening such as lips, nose, and the area around the eyes. Spray tanning is also a good alternative for tanning beds as there is no exposure to UVA or UVB rays, so there is a reduced risk of developing skin cancer.
If your tanning or beauty salon offers spray tanning services, it is important to have professionalliability insurance as it will protect your business from negligence claims. For instance, what if a client claims against you because they believe you gave them a skin rash from the spray tan?
Learn more about insurance for spray tanning by consulting with us or by obtaining a free online quote below.