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Aroma O2 Oxygen Maker
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Portable Oxygen Maker with built in timer from 5-90 minutes.Built in bubbler.Cool "Rock Star" like headset delivery to client. Safe oxygen levels of 30% at 3 &1/2 liters per minute. Tracking timer records minutes of use, effective anti-theft deterent.

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O2 COOL TAN™
Oxygen Tanning Mist, with cooling botanicals and essential oils. Let the purity of oxygen fill you to the very core. Like the mystic gathering of air, water, and earth, COOL TAN™ captures the drama of land and sea. When this fabulous oxygen mist mixed with a riot of pure floral botanicals and cooling mints is used before, during, and after tanning, inhaled and sprayed over your body it will nourish the skin with life giving oxygen, enhance melanin production, giving you a deep rich longer lasting tan, with less chance of burning. Chills a sunburn and leaves a lingering coolness with aromatherapy for the skin. (8 fl.oz.) Suggested Retail: $24.95


PRE-TAN OXYGEN BUFF

Preparation of the skin prior to tanning is one of the most overlooked aspects of obtaining a golden, long lasting tan. Oxygen Experience™ Pre-Tan Oxygen Buff™ will slough off dead skin cells, revealing fresh new skin invigorated with oxygen! Healing and cleansing botanicals revitalize the body. The use of oxygen before, during, and after sunning increases melanin production, giving you a deep, rich, long lasting tan with less chance of burning. Use with COOL TAN™ Tanning Mist and TROPICAL EMBRACE™ After Sun Moisturizer. (1.7 fl. oz.)

Suggested Retail $29.95



TROPICAL EMBRACE™
Ultimate After Sun Moisturizer. Pure tropical luxe blurs the line between hedonism and decadence. Intensive therapeutic skin repair lotion. Rich in natural emollients, herbs and botanicals. An excellent therapy to help nourish extremely dry or sun damaged skin. Turn a seaside adventure into a life changing experience. (4 fl.oz.)Suggested Retail: $59.95


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Oxygen has been shown to increase darker skin pigment (knows as melanin) production, giving a deeper richer tan with less chance of burning. (Source: Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1987 Jan 15;142(1):265-74) For use in tanning salons and outdoors.

Increase your sales without additional time serving clients by offering an Oxygen Session with their tanning session. Rate is $1.00 per minute.

OXYGEN AND TANNING
Research indicates a direct link between tanning and adequate oxygen levels in the skin:

Ultraviolet light, whether produced by the sun or an indoor tanning unit, consists of two main energy components, UVA and UVB, both of which contribute differently to your tan. Indoor tanning equipment normally utilizes a carefully formulated and controlled mixture of these two light waves, designed to tan you with a minimized risk of sunburn. Tanning outdoors does not give you this same control because the sun emits the entire spectrum of ultraviolet light, including the most intense rays (UVB) that burn you more quickly.

Your skin's epidermis consists of two layers: the germinative layer (sometimes called the "living" epidermis) and the horny layer (the "dead" epidermis). When exposed to ultraviolet light rays, melanocytes in the germinative layer produce melanin which is then absorbed by the surrounding cells. This creates a protective barrier to screen additional ultraviolet light so that this light cannot reach the deeper and more sensitive layers of the skin. This tanning process is the body's natural defense against sunburn and skin damage.

UVA is a longer ray that penetrates more deeply and slowly than UVB. The melanin in your skin absorbs the UVA rays, turning the pigment brown. UVB rays are short, intense waves of energy, stimulating the melanocytes in your skin to produce the pigment we call melanin.

Everyone has the same number of melanocytes in their body-about five million. But heredity dictates how much melanin your body's melanocytes can actually naturally produce. For example, the skin of African-Americans contains enough melanin to create a black or brown skin color, while the skin of Caucasians has less melanin and is therefore more pale.

As the melanin migrates to the surface of the skin to protect the body from burning, it combines with oxygen and turns the darker color we call a "tan". Skin with lower oxygen levels will burn rather than tan. So, it seems obvious, that the more oxygen in the body and available to the skin to help produce melanin, the darker the tan, the longer it will last, and the less likely the skin will burn.

Determine what kind of skin you have. Most people know whether they are light or dark skinned. This is important since people with fair skin and light colored eyes have to take extra precautions so they do not to get burned by the sun. (Did you know that most "fair" people can burn in less than 15 minutes of normal sun exposure!). The darker your skin tone, the more exposure to the sun you can handle without getting burned.

Figure out how close you are to the equator. The closer you are to the equator, the more likely you are to get sunburned. This is because you are closer to the sun.

You can burn faster at higher altitudes. UV radiation increases about 5% for every 1,000 feet above sea level you go. So, the higher in elevation you are, the quicker you can get sunburned.

Are you taking prescription medications? Many prescription medications contain chemicals that cause the skin to absorb more UV rays. For example, antibiotics, antihistamines, oral contraceptives, tricyclic antidepressants and most acne medications will cause your skin to burn rather than tan. If you are taking these types of medications, always use a sunscreen with a higher SPF rating. It's the safe and prudent thing to do.

If you do get a sunburn, always apply lots of moisturizer lotion, especially lotions enriched with aloe and antioxidants. Remember that you have burned the skin. The capillaries have been damaged and blood has leaked out. You need to help repair these capillaries and provide the skin with nutrients to help the skin heal itself.

Try our Pre Tan Buff™ before tanning, O2 Cool Tan™ during tanning and Tropical Embrace™ Ultimate After Sun Moisturizer after sunning.

Always remember that the goal is to tan safely. There is a common myth that a sunburn will fade into a tan. This is not true. A sunburn is actually broken blood vessels that form on top of a tan. While it is especially bad to suffer from sunburns before the age of 21 since it increases your odds of skin cancer, a sunburn at any age can have serious side effects. These effects include loss of skin moisture, loss of elasticity, the formation of sunspots on the ski and possibly skin cancer.

REFERENCES:

1: Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1987 Jan 15;142(1):265-74

Involvement of reactive oxygen species in the oxidation of tyrosine and dopa to melanin and in skin tanning.

Joshi PC, Carraro C, Pathak MA.

The role of reactive oxygen (1O2 and O2-.) in skin photosensitization and tanning reaction has been examined. Riboflavin (RF), hematoporphyrin (HP), 3-carbethoxypsoralen (3-CP), and 8-methoxypsoralen (8-MOP), upon photoexcitation under aerobic conditions, produced singlet O2 (1O2). RF, 3-CP, and 8-MOP also produced superoxide anion (O2-.). Reactive O2 produced by photosensitized RF, 3-CP, and 8-MOP was found to oxidize tyrosine and dopa to dopachrome and subsequently their conversion to melanin. HP did not oxidize tyrosine to dopachrome, and 3-CP and RF revealed substantial oxidation of tyrosine. Dopa was oxidized to dopachrome and subsequently to melanin by all photosensitizers tested at a variable rate as follows: RF greater than 3-CP greater than HPD greater than 8-MOP. UVA alone and to a lesser extent UVB also produced 1O2 which induced the oxidation of tyrosine and dopa to dopachrome and subsequently to melanin. The production of dopachrome was higher with dopa compared to tyrosine under all irradiation conditions. These observations appear to have relevance to the O2-requiring immediate tanning reaction of the skin stimulated by solar radiation and in the induction of skin photosensitization.

PMID: 3101689 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

2: Acta Derm Venereol 1983;63(1):21-5

5-S-cysteinyldopa and pigment response to UVA light.

Tegner E, Rorsman H, Rosengr en E.

5-S-Cysteinyldopa concentrations in serum were studied in healthy individuals exposed to daily high-intensity UVA radiation. A marked increase in 5-S-cysteinyldopa was found after 3 days, and in some individuals concentrations were still higher after 7 to 10 days. The immediate pigment darkening (IPD) and delayed tanning (DT) were weak or absent at pressure sites, i.e. in skin with a low concentration of oxygen.

PMID: 6191484 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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