Spray tanning is an artificial method of tanning your skin using a spray tanning gun. This course provides the skills and qualification you need to successfully deliver a spray tanning treatment.
- First Aid
- Health and Safety
- Anatomy and Physiology L2
- Tools and Equipment
- Spray Tanning Treatment Knowledge
- Client Consultation
- Spray Tanning Procedure
- Aftercare Advice
- Video Demonstration
Upon completion of the course content, you will be required to complete a case study submission before receiving a certificate upon completion.
In the 1950’s, medical researcher Eva Wittgenstein noticed that a medicinal product containing Dihydroxyacetone could tan the outer layers of skin temporarily in a harmless way. She discovered the process by accident when she was studying Dihydroxyacetone as an oral drug for assisting children with Glycogen Storage Disease. Whilst she was conducting the study, she noticed that when the medicine splattered, it stained patient’s bodies but not clothes. She then tested it on her own skin before the solution was created a mass-produced for selling.