…a new generation in                “sunless tanning”Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd   “Spray Tanning Training Manual” ...
FIRSTLY…. Thank you for your purchase , we are ce rtain that you will havemany ye ars of use from your HVLP Spray Tanning ...
1.Your Equipment and setting it upRemove your spray equipment from the box.There are four (4) parts that make the complete...
Turbine FilterAll Australian and UK Machines come standard with the Turbine Filter.USA machines are not fitted with them a...
Your HVLP Spray GunNo 4 is the fluid adjustment screw, turn it clockwise for less solution & anti clockwise for more solut...
How to care for your spray gun This is an image of the back section of your spray gun, where the very important “fluid adj...
TROUBLE SHOOTING…YOUR SPRAY GUNNOTICE THISGROOVE IT MUSTFACES UP INTO THETOP SECTION OF THEGUN.IF THIS SEAL ISINSERTEDINCO...
Fluid                                                                                     Adjusting                       ...
Some Further Tips……..     •   Make sure you push the fluid pipe as per figure #10 firmly into the spray         gun.     •...
2.Spraying Patterns.Look at the front of your spray gun and you will notice the images below on theright, look like the fr...
Tips for sprayingWhen you are comfortable with the operation of your spray tanningsystem, you are ready to begin spraying....
3.Turning Your Turbine On    1.     Press “Mains On”    2.     “On”    3.     “Speed” to Medium    4.     “Heat”          ...
4.Caring For Your Spray SystemCleaning your system is paramount, the spray gun, turbine and its cup should becleaned at th...
5.Care & Storage…Please ensure that all solution is stored in the refrigerator, remove priorto spraying to allow the solut...
HeatThe solution needs to be stored in a cool, dry place, preferably in therefrigerator but, not below 4 Degrees. Exposure...
6.Introduction to Skin and Sunless TanningSunless tanning has been identified as one of the fastest growing trends offerin...
7.Lets first look at “How Skin Works”Skin is one of the most amazing organs in the human body. It is hard for us to thinka...
In the subcutaneous layer (you may have heard of subcutaneous fat - this is where itlives) you can see the blood vessels (...
8.So, How does sunless tanning work…If youve read the above, you now know that skin is made up of two main layers: theepid...
9.Working with your clientSkin replaces itself naturally every 28 days. Twenty-five percent of skin isexfoliated each week...
10. Skin Preparation & Application 1.   Before your client arrives, always check that the equipment is set up and      fun...
11.Preparing your client over the phone… In order for your sunless solution to achieve maximum results, your client must f...
12.New Client DisclaimerP le a s e fin d b e lo w a s u g g e s te d “ C lie n t D is c la im e r” fo rm fo r y o u to in ...
Client RecordsD a te                        C o m m e n ts                               P ric e C h a rg e d  Complete Ta...
13.General ApplicationWhen you are comfortable with the operation of the spray tanningsystem, you are ready to begin spray...
14.Successful SprayingThe following instructions are just meant to be a starting point. You will soon developyour own styl...
 Ask your client to turn 90 degrees to their right, each time so that you can easily   remember what area is to be spraye...
 Women with larger breasts need to place their hands either over their head so   the skin sitting under the fold of the b...
 Once you have sprayed their breasts, fold a tissue into a triangle and place the   tissue under one breast at a time. Th...
Feet     Spray one light coat on your client’s feet and dab with a towel. Remember to      pay particular attention to th...
The Face•      Spray the face in seven ‘quick’ steps as follows: REMEMBER…. It is       easy to add a little more than rem...
End of First CoatYour client should be back in the starting position with their back facing you.Second CoatNow apply a sec...
15.FAQ’sQ: The Gun is Leaking????A: Check the seal, if you are not sure which is the correct way??? The groove   s h o u l...
Q: Does the solution have an odour? A: A smell can be associated with sunless tanning products. This occurs when the     s...
16.Material Safety Data Sheet 5 t h April 200501 – Product and Company IdentificationProduct Name:        my tan sunless s...
We take great pleasure in congratulating you on completing thissunless solutions training manual.We wish you all the best ...
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  1. 1. …a new generation in “sunless tanning”Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 1
  2. 2. FIRSTLY…. Thank you for your purchase , we are ce rtain that you will havemany ye ars of use from your HVLP Spray Tanning Machine and “Thank You”for choosing “Comple te Tanning Solutions!I would like to share with you a brief outline of who we are and how we cameabout getting into this explosive industry. Well, we started in the tanningindustry, back in 2001 where we bought and sold indoor tanning equipment so,there is not a lot we donʼt know about the skin and tanning!We were fortunate enough to get involved with a leading Australian SprayTanning Company who pioneered the spray tanning evolution and we learnt agreat deal about this new sunless generation.We set about creating the very best HVLP Spray Gun that money could buy andhad many failures in the initial stages. We invested a great deal of research anddevelopment, money, time, effort and energy into getting it right and we firmlybelieve that we have got it right because, they say that “Imitation is the bestform of flattery”??There are a number of HVLP Spray Guns available on the market that look likeours but, they are not! As I have mentioned, we invested time and money intoour spray gun, so we know just how good it is because, we built it!Every product we sell, we have either created personally or sourced personally…We formulated our own solution in our kitchen at home some years back andhave watched it evolve into a high selling product. We have just finishedworking with a leading cosmetic manufacturer in Hong Kong to improve oursolution and we are ecstatic with the results and 100% certain that you will be to.Early in 2010 we decided to relocate our business to Hong Kong to better serveour customers demands from all over the world! We have logistical warehousingin Australia, the USA, the UK and New Zealand. We own the majority of theintellectual property for our range of products except the turbine and the tent.However, we have additional quality control in place for the manufacturing ofthese two products.The Turbine has always been manufactured in China because there is only onemanufacturer in the whole world for this particular turbine and our spray gun isnow manufactured in Taiwan, we have set up our factory there to produce thesame quality product that was produced in Australia. Our disposables andaccessories have always been manufactured in China under our specificationsand the sunless tanning solution is now manufactured in Hong Kong.This move has been a huge step for us personally and professionally and we justwanted to assure you that your warranty and the quality of our spray tanningequipment and accessories will never be jeopardized by our move to Hong KongIf you are worried about anything at all please do not hesitate to contact mepersonally at Sandra@completetanningsolutions.com so, go on and have somefun with your new spray tanning equipment. Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 2
  3. 3. 1.Your Equipment and setting it upRemove your spray equipment from the box.There are four (4) parts that make the complete spray system. 1 Spray Turbine 1 Polyflex Hose 1 HVLP Spray Gun 1 Spray Turbine Filter Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 3
  4. 4. Turbine FilterAll Australian and UK Machines come standard with the Turbine Filter.USA machines are not fitted with them as yet but, if you would like onewhen you place your next order please request one to be included withyour order ‘complimentary’If your machine includes a filter, please fit it to the base of your turbinewhere the machine draws in the air. You can hand wash the filtermaterial in warm soapy water and rinse it in cool water and allow to airdry as required.You can also place a small drop of your favourite aromatherapy oil ontothe filter material to give your room a fresh scent.We do not cover the warranty for a turbine that has been neglected. Itis important to wash the filter and to keep the turbine in a clean airenvironment.HVLP Advanced Spray GunYour new spray tanning system uses a HVLP Advanced Spray TanningGun. HVLP is (High Volume Low Pressure). This is the type of spraying thatallows you to spray accurately but, without the overspray that occurswith high pressure “air type” equipment. This particular spray gun isextremely easy to use, very safe and reduces the amount of solutionused. The soft air deposits the solution more efficiently on the skin, reducing wasteand overspray. The high volume and low pressure results in a faster application time,due to the larger fan pattern that puts out more solution at one time.HVLP allows for total body application in less than seven (7) minutes and because ofthe reduced application time, with HVLP spraying it decreases operator fatigue, andmore clients can be sprayed in a given time frame, allowing for the possibility ofincreased profits. Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 4
  5. 5. Your HVLP Spray GunNo 4 is the fluid adjustment screw, turn it clockwise for less solution & anti clockwise for more solution. No. 10 Make sure the fluid pipe is pushed in nice and tight This is the black seal and if you can see the letters “CTS” then you have the seal in the correct way 2 fluid needle assembly 10 fluid tube 3 spring 11 black seal 4 fluid adjusting screw 12 cup 5 gun body 13 fluid needle packing 6 air flow 14 needle packing screw 7 fluid tip 15 trigger 8 air cap 16 trigger pin 9 lock ring 17 nozzle washer Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 5
  6. 6. How to care for your spray gun This is an image of the back section of your spray gun, where the very important “fluid adjustment screw” is located as per figure #4 on image 1 clockwise (1) decreaseanti-clockwise(2)increase • To DECREASE the amount of solution coming out of your spray gun turn the “fluid adjusting screw” CLOCKWISE. • To INCREASE The amount of solution coming out of your spray gun turn the Turn the “fluid adjusting screw” ANTI-CLOCKWISE. • “WASH IN HOT SOAPY WATER FIRST - BEFORE FIRST USE, THEN RINSE THOROUGHLY IN COLD WATER” – Remove the cup from the spray gun and then fill a sink or bucket with warm soapy water. • Turn the "fluid adjusting screw "anti-clockwise to increase the amount of fluid and place the top section of the spray gun in the bucket or sink and pull the trigger a few times to allow the soapy water to flow through the gun. • THEN RINSE THOROUGHLY IN COLD WATER. – remember to reduce the amount of fluid that will come out by turning the “fluid adjusting screw” clockwise before spraying your next client. THEN ALLOW YOUR GUN TO AIR DRY OR SHAKE IT DRY • YOU SHOULD WASH/RINSE YOUR SPRAY GUN AT THE END OF EVERY DAY AS PER THE ABOVE INSTRUCTIONS. • REMEMBER – to place the seal back in the correct way – as per the image Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 6
  7. 7. TROUBLE SHOOTING…YOUR SPRAY GUNNOTICE THISGROOVE IT MUSTFACES UP INTO THETOP SECTION OF THEGUN.IF THIS SEAL ISINSERTEDINCORRECTLY THENYOUR GUN WILL LEAK • Your spray gun should look like the image below when the seal is in:NOTICE YOUCAN SEETHE WORDʻCTSʼ IF YOUCANNOTSEE THISTHEN THESEAL IS INTHE WRONGWAY Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 7
  8. 8. Fluid Adjusting Screw It is important that the fluid pipe is inserted firmly into the spray gun and that the angle faces forwardPart No. 14If your spray gun EVER LEAKSnear the trigger or the stainlesssteel pin you may need toadjust this brass screw withyour little silver spanner thatwas provided with your spraygun.But, donʼt over tighten it, if youcannot pull the trigger thenloosen it off just a little Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 8
  9. 9. Some Further Tips…….. • Make sure you push the fluid pipe as per figure #10 firmly into the spray gun. • You are now ready to fill the cup with your solution but, do not over fill it. Do this on a flat surface and then carefully tighten the top section of the gun onto the cup and close it tight. • Adjust the fluid adjusting screw so, there is no pull on the trigger and then turn the fluid adjusting screw anti-clockwise a little at a time so that ONLY a small amount of lotion is coming out when you pull the trigger. • Less is best, until you have mastered your technique • Always remember to keep the gun fairly level and follow the natural contour of the body and keep the gun the same distance from the body at all times. • If the trigger is ever a little sticky, turn the “fluid adjusting screw” anti- clockwise so, there is a lot of give in the trigger and pull the trigger back and forth a few times BUT, remember to reduce the amount of fluid by turning the “fluid adjusting screw” clockwise before spraying your next client • If the solution is bubbling or running on the skin then please check the following: Spraying too close Spraying too slow Too much solution is coming out, you need to reduce the amount of solution by turning the fluid adjustment screw clockwise Or it could be all of the above it, is a process of elimination until you are comfortable with your technique • Remember to screw the cup up as tightly as you can, if the solution is bubbling inside the cup them you need to check that you have the black seal in correctly and that you have pushed the fluid pipe in tight enough and finally that you have screwed the cup onto the gun firmly Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 9
  10. 10. 2.Spraying Patterns.Look at the front of your spray gun and you will notice the images below on theright, look like the front of your gun.If you loosen off the black screw as per figure #9 please refer to the image 1 atthe front of this manual. You will be able to turn the “air cap” as per figure #8 –This will actually change the pattern in which the solution comes out, as per thefollowing.Horizontal: Adjust the nozzle in the horizontal position for the vertical flat jet.This position can be used to spray from side to side but, is not normallyrecommendedVertical: Adjust the nozzle in the vertical position for the horizontal flat jet.This is the normal position of the nozzle for spraying up and down. Horizontal Flat JetRound: Adjust the nozzle in an angled position for corners, edges and other hardto reach places.This position is NOT recommended as is it difficult to see a start and finishing pointwith your solution. Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 10
  11. 11. Tips for sprayingWhen you are comfortable with the operation of your spray tanningsystem, you are ready to begin spraying.Remember these very important points: • Always have the cup at least half full before every spray tan • Always work from head to toe. • Hold the spray gun approximately 8-10 inches from the surface of the skin. • Do not tilt the spray gun. • Always keep it perpendicular to the surface of the skin. • Spray the entire body at a relaxed speed. • Slow movements will result in an unwanted build up of colour and the solution will bubble on the skin.    Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 11
  12. 12. 3.Turning Your Turbine On 1. Press “Mains On” 2. “On” 3. “Speed” to Medium 4. “Heat” 2 1 3 4You are now ready to start spraying, always start with your client’s back towards you.If there is not enough solution coming out adjust the “Fluid Adjustment Screw” toallow more solution.Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 12
  13. 13. 4.Caring For Your Spray SystemCleaning your system is paramount, the spray gun, turbine and its cup should becleaned at the end of every day it is used.Remove the hose from the spray gun. 1. Over a sink, carefully unscrew the solution cup from the spray gun. 2. Pour any remaining solution back into the bottle or store the solution in the refrigerator (but not below 4 degrees) and screw the lid up tightly. 3. Remove the pipe that is now visible by holding the stem and twisting. (Note: The pipe will stain over a period of time. Please be aware that this is normal and will in no way effect the spray gun’s ability to operate.) 4. Remove the round rubber seal that sits between the spray gun’s body and cup. If this is not done regularly, solution will get caught under the seal each time the cup is removed. When replacing the seal, be absolutely certain that the ridge is face up into the gun. Fluid Adjusting Screw Fluid Pipe5. Thoroughly rinse all the components with water. Press the trigger and allow water to flow freely through all parts of the spray gun. Continue until the water flows clear again. Shake the gun a few more times and rinse again.6. Reverse the procedure to put the spray gun together again. (Note: The bend in the pipe should always face forward, see Figure 2.)7. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO WIPE YOUR TURBINE AT THE END OF EVERY DAY – ESPECIALLY WHERE THE “AIR VENT” , WHICH IS UNDERNEATH THE TURBINE. YOU MUST KEEP THIS AREA CLEAN AND THE AREA IN WHICH YOU ARE SPRAY TANNING. IF YOU DON’T KEEP THE AIR VENT CLEAN AND CLEAR THE MACHINE WILL START OVERHEATING – THIS WILL NOT BE COVERED BY “WARRANTY” Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 13
  14. 14. 5.Care & Storage…Please ensure that all solution is stored in the refrigerator, remove priorto spraying to allow the solution to come to room temperature. Neverallow your solution to exceed 20 degrees or go below 4 degrees.my tan has been specially formulated to give you long lasting superiorcolour. However, if at any time the solution is stored or handledincorrectly, the ability of the solution to perform will be adverselyeffected. In order to maintain consistent colour, and performance, mytan sunless solution needs to be handled with extreme care.Cleaning and Maintaining Your Spray GunRemove all the solution from your spray gun at the end of every day and clean yougun as per the instructions above.Once a month…Remove the needle and or spray nozzle and wipe with a soft cloth dipped in cleaner.Clean any residue on the surface of the nozzle and brush.Do not ever immerse your spray unit or spray gun in a solvent – this will not becovered by “warranty”Always clean your spray unit when you are finished using it or whenever it may beunused for an extended period of time.Remember: Sunless tanning solution’s balance of ingredients can be adverselyaffected by equipment that has not been cleaned and maintained properly.Tip: Spattering or spitting of the sunless solution is a sign of a dirty spray gun.Care and StorageSunless solution is a formulated and balanced chemical recipe for providing naturallooking tan color. You will get the intended results with normal use under standardconditions. However if the product is miss-handled or stored improperly itsperformance can be adversely effected. Very much like food products, it must bestored carefully to maintain freshness.Sunless solution should be handled carefully to maintain its performance, efficacy,consistency and color. The following are a few basic steps to eliminating sunlesssolution irregularities: Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 14
  15. 15. HeatThe solution needs to be stored in a cool, dry place, preferably in therefrigerator but, not below 4 Degrees. Exposure to pro-longed hightemperatures will destroy the solution’s effectiveness. When travelingwith solution, only take what is needed and avoid leaving solution in thecar. We suggest you store your solution in a wine cooler bag with someice packs to maximize effectiveness.Exposure to lightThe solution will not be harmed by accidental exposure to sunlighthowever repeated or prolonged exposure will reduce the productsability to perform.RefrigerationStore product in a cool, dark place. Refrigerating the solution is highlyrecommended. Repeated or prolonged storage at high temperatures will reducethe products effectiveness.RotateRotate your inventory regularly. The solution has a limited shelf life and should be usedin the order in which it is received from your supplier.Never, ever mix….Do not pour new solution into solution that is more than a few days old. Adding newproduct does not “refresh” the quality of old product or make it “new” again. In fact,the old product may reduce the effectiveness of the new product being added.Contact with metalThe solution is made up of ingredients which will react with elements inthe skin and also metallic objects. DO NOT pour solution through a metalfunnel, stir with a metal spoon or keep stored in a metal container.Contact with any of these objects will reduce the product’s ability toperform. Only stainless steel is safe to be used without the solution beingaffected.OxygenationProlonged exposure to air will reduce the solution’s ability to perform.DO NOT leave the cap off for an extended length of time as there is apossibility that bacteria may grow.Remember: Your tanning solution’s balance of ingredients can beadversely affected by storage and equipment that has not beencleaned and maintained properly.Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 15
  16. 16. 6.Introduction to Skin and Sunless TanningSunless tanning has been identified as one of the fastest growing trends offeringindoor tanning salons a new way to build business and increase profits. Since itsinception in the 1960’s, sunless tanning has come a long way and can now be foundin tanning salons, department stores and chemists all over the world.To provide a competitive edge to salons offering HVLP spray tanning we havedeveloped this training manual, based on research and testing conducted by someof the leading manufacturers of sunless spray systems. This manual will take you fromsetup, to application while discussing technique, safety, pricing and more.What Is DHA And How Safe Is It?DHA is dihydroxyacetone, a carbohydrate (monosaccharide sugar) compoundapproved by the FDA for use in externally applied sunless tanning solutions. DHA isusually derived from a vegetable source like beets or sugar cane. Its properties as askin darkener were discovered in the 1920s but werent marketed as such until the1960s when Coppertone® introduced Quick Tan®. It was added to the FDAs list ofapproved cosmetic ingredients in the 1970s. DHA is the tanning ingredient used inself-tanning solutions that has produced more than 2 million sunless tans with nodocumented reports of adverse effects.The tanning industry recognises DHA as the colourless sugar that makes the magichappen in the self tanning process. DHA reacts with skin proteins, including aminoacids, in the outermost layer of the skin. The reaction develops brown skin colouringthat looks very similar to a natural tan. Skin colouration takes anywhere from two tofour hours to develop and lasts approximately 4 to 7 days. This depends on the skintype, the DHA concentration and the preparation to the skin prior to spraying. Thetan fades as the dead layers of skin slough off, just as in a normal tan.Is It Safe To Ingest DHA?While no one should purposely swallow any form of sunless solution, DHA is a non-hazardous compound and causes no adverse reaction in the quantities found inmost tanning solutions. DHA has been used as a dietary supplement in sports nutritionand it is non-carcinogenic. Testing has further shown that DHA is less toxic than aspirin,caffeine, and even common table salt.How Safe Is It To Inhale my tan Tanning Solution?DHA has a health risk rating of "0-Minimal" and is not considered a toxic material. TheOccupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has established "PermissibleExposure Limits" (PEL) ratings that represent the allowable airborne concentration of atoxic material, to which an employee can be exposed during an 8-hour shift withoutpersonal respirators. Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 16
  17. 17. 7.Lets first look at “How Skin Works”Skin is one of the most amazing organs in the human body. It is hard for us to thinkabout it as an organ, however. We tend to think of organs as boxy things. Your heart,liver, kidneys - those are obviously organs. But skin is an organ too, especially if youlook at the dictionary definition of "organ", like this definition from the MerriamWebster Collegiate Dictionary:Organ - a) differentiated structure (as a heart, kidney, leaf, or stem) consisting of cells and tissues and performing some specific function in an organism b) bodily parts performing a function or cooperating in an activity <the eyes and related structures that make up the visual organs>By that definition, skin is definitely an organ. Skin is made up of very specific cells andtissues, and their collective purpose is to act as the boundary between "you" and "theworld". One of the neat things about skin that makes it different from a lot of otherorgans is the fact that it does have to deal with the real world. Therefore it is loadedwith sensors, and it also has a very tough layered design so that it can handle realitiesof the environment like abrasion and sunlight.If you take a look at a cross section of typical skin (like the skin on your arm or leg) youfind that it is made up of two main layers: the epidermis on the outside and thedermis on the inside. The epidermis is the barrier, while the dermis is the layercontaining all the "equipment" - things like nerve endings, sweat glands, hair folliclesand so on.Heres a picture to help you see what is going on: Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 17
  18. 18. In the subcutaneous layer (you may have heard of subcutaneous fat - this is where itlives) you can see the blood vessels (shown as two thin red and blue lines). Thesevessels branch infinitely (not shown) into the dermis to supply the sweat glands, hairfollicles, sebaceous glands and erector muscles with blood. They also fan out into thedermiss capillary bed.It turns out that the dermis is loaded with capillaries. Capillaries satisfy the nutritionalneeds of the cells in the dermis, and they also help the skin perform an importantcooling function in humans. The epidermis has no direct blood supply, but instead issupported and fed by the dermis. As shown in the diagram, the dermis containssweat glands, hair follicles (each with its own tiny little muscle so that your "hair canstand on end"!), nerve endings and so on. There are several different types of nerveendings: • Heat sensitive • Cold sensitive • Pressure sensitive • Itch sensitive • Pain sensitiveAll these different nerve endings let you sense the world. They also help you protectyourself from burns, punctures, etc. by warning you when something is damagingyour skin. The epidermis is your interface to the world, and it is actually quiteinteresting. It has two main layers, the inner of which is living and the outer of which isdead. The dead skin cells of the outer layer are what we can actually see, and theyare constantly flaking off and being replaced by new cells being pushed outward.The living, inner layer is called the malpighian layer. The malpighian layer creates thedead cells that we can see. It is in direct contact with the dermis, which feeds andsupports it. The malpighian layer is our focus of attention actually, because it is herethat the sun affects the skin during tanning.The malpighian layer is itself layered like this: • In direct contact with the dermis is the basal layer. If you have ever heard of a basal cell carcinoma (cancer), this is where it starts. • Above the basal layer is the spinous layer. • Above the spinous layer is the granular layer.Above the granular layer is the stratum corneum. The stratum corneum is the outerlayer of dead cells - the cells that we see as our skin. The cells in this layer are filledwith a protein called keratin. Keratin is a very interesting protein because it is tough -horns, hair, hoofs, fingernails and feathers all gain their strength from keratin. Thesame substance that your fingernails are made of actually forms your visible skin (butin a much thinner and more flexible layer). Which is what makes your skin so tough? Inparts of the body that get a lot of wear, like the palms and the feet, the stratumcorneum is thicker to handle the abrasion. Living among the basal cells in themalpighian layer is another type of cell called a melanocyte.Melanocytes produce melanin, which is a pigment that is the source of tanning. Themelanocytes are actually where a tan comes from. Here is what the EncyclopediaBritannica has to say about melanocytes: Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 18
  19. 19. 8.So, How does sunless tanning work…If youve read the above, you now know that skin is made up of two main layers: theepidermis on the outside and the dermis on the inside. Whether you are talking aboutsun tanning or self-tanning, the epidermis is where the action occurs. The epidermis isalso made up of layers. The deepest layer of the epidermis, called the stratum basale(basal layer), is affected during sun tanning. The stratum corneum (horny layer) is theoutermost layer of the epidermis -- it is this layer that is affected by most sunless-tanning products.DHA is a colorless sugar that interacts with the dead cells located in the stratumcorneum of the epidermis. As the sugar interacts with the dead skin cells, a colourchange occurs. This change usually lasts about five to seven days from the initialapplication. Every day, millions of dead skin cells are sloughed off or worn away fromthe surface of your skin. In fact, every 35 to 45 days, you have an entirely newepidermis. This is why tans from sunless- or self-tanning lotions will gradually fade -- asthe dead cells are worn away, so is your tan.Its important to remember that unless the product contains an added sunscreen, itwill not protect you from the suns UVA and UVB rays. Even products that do contain asunscreen wont be of much help, since they lose their efficacy within hours ofapplication. So, if youre planning to head outside to show off your new glow, be sureto apply some extra sunscreen.Most sunless tanning products use Dihydroxyacetone (DHA), as the active “tanning”ingredient. DHA is a skin safe sugar derivative, which has been used in the cosmeticindustry for over 30 years. DHA interacts with the outermost, surface skin layer,producing a golden brown color that resembles the coloration of a UV based tan.DHA reacts with the naturally occurring amino acids and keratin proteins, in the“dead” skin cells resting on the skin surface. This process is called the "MaillardReaction". It is very similar to the reaction that you see when you cut a potato or anapple slice, and leave it exposed to the air. Skin colouration can take anywhere fromtwo to six hours and may last anywhere from four to seven days depending on theskin type, DHA concentration in the lotion and the degree of after tan careperformed by the client. Just like a normal tan, a sunless tan will fade as the deadlayers of skin shed.The difference between ‘clear’ solution and solution with a ‘bronzer’ Clear solution iscompletely colourless while solution with a bronzer simply means there is a colourguide in the solution. Use of a colour guide gives your client the ‘instant gratification’tan. Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 19
  20. 20. 9.Working with your clientSkin replaces itself naturally every 28 days. Twenty-five percent of skin isexfoliated each week, causing a UV tan to wear away. Sunless spraytans affect only the top 25 percent of skin. Sunless tanners should use atan-extending program to maintain the level of the sunless tan longer.Spray tanning is a new experience for many people and their first sessioncan be quite daunting. The best way to help your client relax is toexplain to them what is involved. People will quickly and easily relaxwhen they know you are well educated and comprehensive in yourknowledge of application because they feel they are in safe hands.Before spraying, here are a few hints…  Before spraying their face, hold the spray gun up to the client’s face and tell them to close their eyes and also tell them to feel the air pressure. Explain to your client that it is important for them to keep their eyes closed, relax and to hold their breath for the duration of the spray.  Inform your client about the process of sunless tanning and how DHA (dihydroxyacetone) works.  Discuss with them the reason we use a bronzer in our solution and reiterate to them that the bronzer will wash off and will also come off onto their clothes  Make your client aware that DHA is a natural ingredient derived from sugar cane.  Don’t forget to run your client through the important steps of maintaining a sunless tan. Remind them to avoid wearing tight clothing immediately after their spray, to wait 6-8 hours before showering, to avoid swimming or extended physical activity and try to apply moisturiser twice daily where possible.  Explain to your client that when they next have a shower they will see the cosmetic bronzer wash off in the shower and the DHA would have had time to develop. It will continue to develop over the next 24 hours.  Maintain an informative conversation to help relax the client.We advise against trying to achieve very dark levels as this may result in patchiness orcosmetic problems.Just remember my tan is only designed to achieve natural results.Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 20
  21. 21. 10. Skin Preparation & Application 1. Before your client arrives, always check that the equipment is set up and functioning correctly. 2. Ensure your solution is near to room temperature before use. 3. Always place the system behind you (the operator) where the operator will stand and away from the spray area. This allows for a trouble-free performance and ensures the turbine breathes clean air. Preparing your client Prior to spraying your client, reconfirm that their body is free of any • moisturisers • oils • jewellery and; • their hair is tied up away from their neck  Take your time to relax your client and explain the treatment to them. Fill them in on what to expect and what they are required to do throughout the process.  Stand your client on a small towel. This is VERY important as excess spray on the floor will cause darkening to the soles of their feet.  As the customer turns in the booth it is good to get your client to use their feet to rotate the towel. This allows the excess solution to be gathered underneath the towel and not on their feet.  ALWAYS ensure your next client has a clean towel on the floor before they arrive for their appointment and the general area is clean.  Before sunless-tanning, your skin should be clean and dry with no soap residue to interfere with your tan. Avoid bar soap.  Do not apply deodorant or perfumes to skin prior to tanning. It is recommended to shave the day before a spray tan. It is also, recommended you remove makeup before the tanning process, but it is not absolutely necessary.  Remove any jewelry when being sprayed.  Select an old, preferably dark bathing suit to wear while being sprayed. Also remember to bring old dark-colored, loose-fitting clothing to wear home.Although the likelihood for an allergic reaction is very small, a patch test isrecommended for persons who have a known sensitivity to sunless products or theingredients in them, including fragrances.After all sunless treatments, wait at least six to eight hours before bathing or exercise toallow the DHA enough time to begin the tanning process. Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 21
  22. 22. 11.Preparing your client over the phone… In order for your sunless solution to achieve maximum results, your client must follow a few simple steps in preparation for their spray tan:  Exfoliate their entire body before their appointment paying extra close attention to the knees, under the arms, ankles, tops of the feet, elbows and décolletage area.  Explain to your client the following: -NO deodorant -NO perfume or oils -NO body sprays -NO moisturisers -NO make-up -NO jewellery -NO bra -NO shoes -NO contact with water for at least six (6) hours and -NO physical activity -It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that your client wears LOOSE, DARK clothing. Explain the following three (3) points to your client: 1. If the above guidelines are NOT adhered to, you (the technician) CANNOT be held responsible for any unwanted outcome. 2. Once a period of 6-8 hours has passed your client may shower using a lightly perfumed body wash. 3. It is important not to have the shower too hot or to be in there for a long time. Explain to your client to dab their body dry when they get out of the shower and to moisturise twice daily where possible. This will stop the tan breaking up on the skin. If at any time you are uncertain about any of the above information, please contact NEW SKIN TECHNOLOGY for further assistance.Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 22
  23. 23. 12.New Client DisclaimerP le a s e fin d b e lo w a s u g g e s te d “ C lie n t D is c la im e r” fo rm fo r y o u to in c o rp o ra tein to y o u r sp ra y ta n n in g b u s in e s s. It is im p o rta n t to h a n d th e re s p o n s ib ility o v e rto y o u r c lie n t, o n c e y o u h a v e a d v is e d th e m o f th e p re p a ra tio n s in v o lv e d w ithsp ra y ta n n in g . W e a d v ise fo r y o u to c re a te y o u r o w n d isc la im e r a n d g e t a ll o fy o u r sp ra y ta n n in g c lie n ts to sig n it a n d th e n k e e p it in a sa fe p la c e .Personal Details Mr / Mrs / Miss / Ms (please circle) Name Address Suburb Post Code Telephone Mobile Date of Birth Email OccupationIn order to be sprayed by this salon/clinic you must first answer the questions belowtruthfully. Are you wearing any deodorant? YES / NO Have you showered & exfoliated today YES / NO Have you been advised to wear Have you ever used a DHA product YES / NO YES / NO loose dark clothing? before Did you know that the bronzer is Have you applied any body moisturiser specifically designed to wash off after or oils in the last twelve (12) hours? YES / NO your first shower and may rub onto YES / NO your clothes prior to your first shower? Are you wearing any body spray? YES / NO Are you wearing any perfume? YES / NOImportant If you are unsure whether you are allergic to DHA. We advise you to have a test patch on the inside of your arm and wait a 24 hour period to see if there is any reaction. You can continue to have follow up treatments whenever you feel you need to. Always remember to lightly exfoliate before re-spraying and no moisturisers Avoid water or any physical activity for at least 8 hours. Showering the next morning is the best option. Do not use products specifically designed to exfoliate your skin. Avoid long showers, hot baths, spas and extended swimming sessions. Moisturise your body twice a day. This stops the tan from breaking up. To maintain your tan, you can use a solarium as long as the guidelines for use are adhered to. Always use a high SPF when outdoors as spray tanning does not offer any protection from the sun. The bronzer can come off onto your clothes and bed sheets. Please be aware that some lighter coloured materials, including leather, may stain.We accept no liability for those who choose not to follow the above guidelines provided.Signature _________________________________________ Date ______________________________________Technician ________________________________________ Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 23
  24. 24. Client RecordsD a te C o m m e n ts P ric e C h a rg e d Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 24
  25. 25. 13.General ApplicationWhen you are comfortable with the operation of the spray tanningsystem, you are ready to begin spraying.Remember these very important points: Always work from head to toe. Hold the spray gun 6-8 inches from the surface of the skin. Do not tilt the spray gun. Always keep it perpendicular to the surface of the skin. Spray the entire body at a relaxed speed. (Slow movements will result in an unwanted build up of colour). Spray the contours of your client’s body so that you obtain an even coverage and eliminate overspray    Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 25
  26. 26. 14.Successful SprayingThe following instructions are just meant to be a starting point. You will soon developyour own style and technique. You can make a few adjustments to your gun andspray in a horizontal (back and forth) spray pattern. Experiment and have fun.ImportantKeep a steady pace and follow through. Always start and stop your spray off thebody. If you find positions requiring you to end on the body slowly let off the spraytrigger and quickly pull the gun back away from the body.1. Spray consistently and evenly. Always begin on the client’s back. If runs or dark patches occur during spraying, use a small towel to sponge the area to absorb any excess solution, then dry and re-apply. DO NOT spray the palms of the hands.2. The back of the hands and fingers only require a very light spray for an effective tanning result. Spray lightly once and then dab the area then re-spray the area again. Remember LESS IS BEST!3. Before applying the solution to your clients face, consult them first. Only a very light application is needed. Always make sure their eyes are completely closed and that they are totally relaxed without any facial expressions evident and that they hold their breath for the duration of the facial spray.4. Conduct a visual inspection over the entire body and a check that the colour is uniform.5. Turn the spray system off. Press the “Mains On” button to turn the system off.6. We recommend after 5 weeks of continuous spray tanning, that individuals should have a 10 day rest period. This is very important as it allows skin to rejuvenate and eliminates signs of patchiness resulting from unintentional contact with clothes and accessories. In most cases, a sunless tan can be maintained for a longer period of time on healthy, moist skin. Results will vary depending on the individual. Begin spraying your client with their back facing towards you. Ask them to stand comfortably with their legs apart and keep their arms out from the waist. Before spraying the backside and legs, ask your client to bend forward from the waist, without bending their knees, to improve access to skin around the top of the legs and backside area.Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 26
  27. 27.  Ask your client to turn 90 degrees to their right, each time so that you can easily remember what area is to be sprayed next. Remember to always concentrate on the area that is in front of you.Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 27
  28. 28.  Women with larger breasts need to place their hands either over their head so the skin sitting under the fold of the breast can be reached. If this is not enough, ask them to gently hold them up with their fingers being very careful not to spray their fingers.Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 28
  29. 29.  Once you have sprayed their breasts, fold a tissue into a triangle and place the tissue under one breast at a time. The pressure from the breast will hold the tissues in place.  Work your way down to their feet. Ask the client to turn one leg out at a time and spray from the top down to their ankle; remembering not to spray too much around the ankle area.  When spraying the legs DO NOT spray the knee area at this point!Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 29
  30. 30. Feet Spray one light coat on your client’s feet and dab with a towel. Remember to pay particular attention to the toe area. Dry the feet and apply a very light second coat.Knees Now for the knees….Ask our client to carefully bend their knees and lightly spray and dry them before they stand up again. Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 30
  31. 31. The Face• Spray the face in seven ‘quick’ steps as follows: REMEMBER…. It is easy to add a little more than remove it!!!!• Do not spray into the ear canal.• Tanning solution is not absorbed by hair and will typically wash out after the first shower. Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 31
  32. 32. End of First CoatYour client should be back in the starting position with their back facing you.Second CoatNow apply a second coat of sunless solution to your client exactly how you appliedthe first coat BUT much, much quicker!!Always check your client has a nice even application and be certain that you haveapplied enough solution.It is normal for your client to feel a slight stickiness for 10 to 20 minutes after beingsprayed while the remainder of the solution is absorbed into the skin.ALWAYS WIPE THE EQUIPMENT CLEAN THE AREA BETWEEN CLIENTSSome Suggested PricingSpray tans can vary in price depending on the area and clientele. Belowis a suggested pricing guide to help you construct an appropriatepricing schedule to use.Full Body $35Face, Arms & Chest $20Legs $15In addition to a pricing schedule for casual visits, you may want topromote tanning packages for your regular clients to purchase.Implementing such packages will attract more business and keep yourbookings full!Buy 5 and get 1 FREE $150Buy 10 and get 2 FREE $300or similarly, introduce client loyalty cards where each time a clientcomes in for a spray tan they receive a stamp on their card. When theyfill their card with stamps, they are eligible for 1 free session or apercentage off their next tanning package. Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 32
  33. 33. 15.FAQ’sQ: The Gun is Leaking????A: Check the seal, if you are not sure which is the correct way??? The groove s h o u l d a l w a y s f a c e u p , in t o t h e g u n …Q: The Solution is running down the body???A: Reduce the amount of fluid coming our by turning the fluid control screw clockwise…Q: The solution looks splotchy!!!!A: First, check that they gun is done up tightly enough. If so, then check the fluid pipe….. This must be pushed firmly up into the gunQ: HELP… It Looks ORANGE….A : I f y o u h a v e u s e d t h e s o l u t io n o n o t h e r c l ie n t s a n d h a d n o a d v e r s e s id e e f f e c t s , then it just may be possible that your client has a high PH level of skin… They c a n w a s h t h e i r s k i n w i t h a P H b a l a n c i n g b o d y w a s h p r i o r t o a s p r a y , a v a il a b l e from a chemist. This should alleviate any further orange effects.Q: What is that smell that I sometimes get with other spray tanning solutions……….A : T h is a l l c o m e s d o w n t o t h e q u a l it y o f D ih y d r o x y a c e t o n e t h a t is u s e d in t h e s o l u t io n . S o m e c o m p a n i e s u s e a n i n f e r i o r , c h e a p e r D H A a n d t h e e n d r e s u l t i s a p u n g e n t s m e l l . O r , t h e p r o d u c t h a s c o m e t h e e n d o f it s s h e l f l if e .Q: What does the spray tan look like?A: The instant colour you will notice is from the bronzer. This is a dark brown c o l o u r a n d it w i l l w a s h o f f a f t e r y o u r f i r s t s h o w e r . W i t h i n h o u r s a f t e r b e i n g s p r a y e d , t h e D H A b e g in s t o w o r k a n d y o u n o t ic e t h e n a t u r a l , g o l d e n b r o w n colour appear.Q: How long does a spray tan take?A : T h e p r o c e s s c a n b e a p p l i e d w i t h i n m i n u t e s ! M o s t c u s t o m e r s a r e in a n d o u t i n a s p a c e o f 1 0 t o 1 5 m in u t e s .Q: How long should a spray tan last?A: Spray tan on average will last anywhere from 4 to 7 days. The longevity of the tan depends on the individual’s level of effort in preparation (exfoliating) and maintenance (moisturising).Q: How often should clients be sprayed?A: Whenever it is convenient for them? One spray tan every week, will give your client great colour. After approximately four consecutive spray tan sessions it is advisable to have a week or two free from sunless tanning to allow the skin surface to even out.Q: What will happen if the solution is sprayed on hair?A: The hair will NOT absorb the colour or become discoloured in any way. Always a s k y o u c l ie n t t o t ie t h e ir h a ir u p a n d a w a y f r o m t h e f a c e . T r y t o h a v e s o m e hair ties, pins or hair nets available for your clients to use if they come unprepared. Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 33
  34. 34. Q: Does the solution have an odour? A: A smell can be associated with sunless tanning products. This occurs when the s k in r e a c t s t o t h e D H A w it h in t h e p r o d u c t . A f t e r a p p r o x i m a t e l y a n h o u r t h e s m e l l is v e r y s im il a r t o b u r n t s u g a r c a n e . I t is n o t o f f e n s iv e a n d it u s u a l l y d is a p p e a r s a f t e r t h e f ir s t s h o w e r . R e c o m m e n d t o y o u r c l ie n t t h e y u s e a scented body wash and moisturising lotion when they shower. Q: Will the solution stain clothes? A: Like any other cosmetic, the solution may rub off onto your clothes. In most cases the colour will simply wash out however, light coloured material and l e a t h e r ( e s p e c ia l l y o n c a r s e a t s ) m a y s t a in . T h is is w h y w e s u g g e st y o u r c l i e n t s w e a r l o o s e d a r k c l o t h in g t o t h e ir a p p o in t m e n t . Q: Will my client suffer from any problems if they breathe in the solution when spraying? A: No. There are no harmful ingredients in the my tan solution but, we suggest you a s k y o u r c l ie n t t o h o l d t h e ir b r e a t h w h e n y o u a p p l y t h e s p r a y t a n t o t h e ir f a c e a n d t o c l o s e t h e ir e y e s .Q: What Can Destroy A DHA Tan? 1. Some brands of soaps and lotions can cause rapid or poor fading, or poor tan development. Cheap soaps can be problematic for many clients. 2. Hair Inhibiting Lotions can cause a yellow tone. 3. Anti-aging, Smoothing, or Skin Renewal products can increase fading or blotchiness. 4. AHAs (Alpha Hydroxy Acids -glycolic, lactic, Malic, citric and Tartaric acids) can speed exfoliation and skin turnover. 5. BHAs (Beta Hydroxy Acids-salicylic acid) can increase fading, or lighten a tan. 6. Retin-A type products (Retin-A, Renova, Tazorac, and Tretinoin) can increase fading or blotchyness. 7. Toners containing high amounts of Alcohol or Witch Hazel can fade a tan (Witch Hazel EXTRACT is fine) 8. Anti-acne products can cause faster fading, peeling, blotchiness (Accutane, Salicylic acid) 9. Any medication that affects the skin or skin heath can also affect the tan. Antibiotics used for Acne or fungal infections, chemotherapy drugs, etc. 10. Makeup remover cleaning preparations or oils, can fade a tan. 11. Bar soaps, even moisturizing ones can be very harsh on skin and a sunless tan. Deodorant types should also be avoided. 12. Do not use a rough wash implement for daily washing. (loofas, scrub mitts, scrub gloves etc.) Gently use a soft washcloth or soft poof 13. Adhesive tape, or products applied to skin, can pull the "tan" off. (surgical tape, bandage tape, peel off facial strips) 14. Hair removal procedures and depilatory products, (Nair, Veet, Neet etc.) will lighten tanned skin. Waxing will also fade or remove a tan 15. Shaving exfoliates skin so have clients use a sharp razor with clean rinsing lubricating product. Dull shaving equipment can increase fading or cause stripes. Some shaving lubricants can leave coatings on the skin. 16. Body hair bleach products will also bleach the underlying skin 17. Submersion in hot tubs, long hot baths, swimming pools, fresh or salt water (a waterproof sun block helps) Reapply a touchup/maintainer lotion after swimming if needed and always pat dry after bathing or swimming, do not rub. 18. Women may “tan” differently during various hormonal changes. (Menstruation, pregnancy, breastfeeding) 19. Oily skinned clients or oily skin areas (face, chest, neck, upper back) tan lighter than surrounding skin. 20. Lower legs/shins often tan lighter. So apply more products here. 2 1 . Insect repellant sprays, and some perfumes when sprayed directly onto skin, remove or fade tan. Instead spray a cloud into air, and walk through the mist. Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 34
  35. 35. 16.Material Safety Data Sheet 5 t h April 200501 – Product and Company IdentificationProduct Name: my tan sunless solutions, ‘envy’ & ‘platinum’Product Use: Skin Care CosmeticsManufacturer: New Skin Technology PO Box 8198 GCMC Bundall, QLD 9726For More Information Call: +61 75570 4447 during business hours02 – Composition / Information on IngredientsThis product is considered non hazardous. The product contains only ingredients that are‘generally recognised as safe’.03 – Fire and Explosion DataFlash Point: Not EstablishedFire or Explosion Hazard: None KnownExtinguishing Media: Water, Carbon Dioxide, FoamFire Fighting Procedure: Respiratory protection should be provided.04 - Physical and Chemical PropertiesAppearance: WhitePhysical State: Powder05 – Stability and Reactivity DataStability: Stable under normal conditions. Avoid heat.Incompatibilities: Oxidizing and reducing agents. Mixing with other chemicals, products.Reactivity in Water: Non-ReactivePolymerization: Will not occur.06 – Health Hazard DataImmediate (acute) effects: None knownDelayed (Subchronic and Chronic) effects: None knownPotential Carcinogens: None knownEffects of Overexposure: Not Established07 – Emergency and First Aid InformationSkin Contact: Persons with allergies must avoid using this product. Wash with water and soapif needed. Seek medical attention if necessary.Eye Contact: Flush with plenty of water for a minimum of 10 minutes then seek medicalattention.Ingestion: Drink plenty of water. Seek medical attention if necessary.08 – Disposal, Spill and Leak InformationDisposal: Dispose of in accordance with federal, state and local regulations.Leak and Spills: Wash floor with water and an appropriate detergent.09 – Storage and HandlingKeep container tightly closed and away from sunlight. Keep product below 24°C. ‘Do notfreeze’ below 4°C.10 – Special Protection MeasuresVentilation: Local exhaust11 – DisclaimerThe information herein is believed to be accurate and represents the best informationcurrently available to us. However, we make no warranty of merchantability or any otherwarranty, express or implied, with respect to such information and we assume no liabilityresulting from its use.Users assume all risks of their use, handling, and disposal of the product. Users also assumeall risks in regards to the publications of use of, or reliance upon, information containedherein. This information relates only to the product designated herein and does not relate toits use in combination with any other material or process.This material safety data sheet is not a specification sheet nor should any displayed data beconstructed as a specification. Some of the information presented and conclusions drawnherein are from sources other than direct test data on the material itself. Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 35
  36. 36. We take great pleasure in congratulating you on completing thissunless solutions training manual.We wish you all the best in your sunless tanning endeavours and hopeyour experience is rewarding and enjoyable.If at any time you are uncertain about any of the information containedin this manual, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happyto help. my tan…a new generation in sunless tanning Copyright © 2004 Complete Tanning Solutions Pty LtdNothing in this publication may be reproduced whole or in part without the written permission from the publisher. www.completetanningsolutions.com Complete Tanning SOLUTIONS Pty Ltd “Spray Tanning Training Manual” 26112009 page 36

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