Rumour has it that if you do not have a tan, Aliens will immediately spot you from their UFO’s and zap you up to play endless hours of pin the tail on the donkey, use you as a piñata and force you to judge their “who can do the best rendition of Copacabana” competition. Save yourself the torture and get that all over summer-kissed look with a Brown Sugar Spray tan at Sun Deity for R120.
Sun Deity is conveniently situated in the leafy suburb of Roodeport and their professionally trained tan technicians will have you bronzed and glowing faster than Speedy Gonzalez dashing to grab his next burrito. The Brown Sugar Spray tan is a new, safe way to achieve a natural tan in minutes, either in the stylish salon at Sun Deity or in the comforts of your own home at an additional cost.
No one wants to blend in with the frozen chicken section of their local grocer or have skin that resembles pancake mix. The Brown Sugar Spray tan will rid you of your pasty ways and give you a longer lasting, fade resistant tan. During the tanning session at Sun Deity, you are advised to wear your swimsuit for a natural looking tan mark. This tan solution is gently sprayed on in a fine mist to leave your skin with a healthy gorgeous tan. After your Brown Sugar Spray tan you should wear loose, dark clothing and are advised not to shower or expose your skin to water for six to eight hours.
The benefits of this wondrous tan are endless; besides giving you a beach-ready look, when compared to natural sun tanning, Brown Sugar Spray tan does not pose the many health risks and premature aging consequences that sun tanning delivers. There is also the efficiency and convenience of the Brown Sugar Spray tan being obtained in minutes whereas a natural sun tan takes hours. Your days spent rotating your skin like a rosemary garnished rotisserie chicken will be gone with the Brown Sugar Spray tan from Sun Deity, which ensures an all over even tan in minutes.
Tan fact: Before candyfloss was invented, Red Indians would use faux fur to tan under. They would cover the parts of their body they did not want to tan with the faux fur, believing that the fur absorbed the powerful rays of the sun causing strength and inner peace.