Friday, May 4, 2012

Air Brush Tan in May - Skin Cancer Prevention & Detection Month

Hideaway Massage is raising awareness of May as National Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month. Owner Allison Shorb was inspired when a client related that her dermatologist had commented on the airbrush tan she received at Hideaway Massage.  Douglas C. Semler, MD, FAAD of Semler Dermatology, Inc. in Lansdowne, VA recommends “for people who still desire the appearance of tanned skin, despite the ever growing evidence linking UV radiation and skin cancer, sunless tanning products can be applied to the skin.  These can be professionally applied as sprays at some spas, salons, or other businesses. Sunless tanning products can be a safe alternative to sunbathing or using indoor tanning beds.” Hideaway Massage provides South Seas Air Brush tans which are noted for their realism, quick drying time and safety.  Allison says, “We are thrilled with the popularity of our spray tans but feel it’s important to encourage early detection of skin cancer and regular exams.” The American Academy of Dermatology has created “Melanoma Monday” and published  to provide tools for awareness and prevention.
Hideaway’s airbrush tans give an instant glow that lasts about a week and take only 5 minutes to apply. The growing clientele includes women, men, teens, beauty professionals, bridal parties and more. The safety and realism of spray tans have made them the preferred alternative to sun exposure or tanning beds. Now local residents can enjoy the comfort and affordability of regular air brush tans while protecting their health. Allison continues, “We want to create an oasis for rejuvenation and health. Our clients can look as great as they feel!” 

South Seas Airbrush tans at Hideaway Massage

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