We’ve known how tanning is a good approach to making yourself look better. It’s the best makeover attempt without having to put yourself under the knife. Normally, you’d want to go for sunbathing or indoor tanning. Unfortunately, these methods aren’t that healthy. Did you know that consistent exposure to the sun’s rays can lead to skin cancer? In fact, skin cancer has risen to be the top most cancers found in across the globe.
To get away with UV radiation assaulting your skin every time you try to get a tan, self tanner was made to make it healthier to get the summer glow. While self-tanning is not easy to work with, it is still the healthiest. You might be surprised with what you need to do for self-tanning preparations, it’s just the same as the usual sunbathing preparations.
Since exfoliation is a very important step to getting your self-tanning right, you also need to do your exfoliation right. When it comes to exfoliation, you must limit it to once in every two weeks. If you overdo with exfoliation, you’ll end up with very sensitive skin that the self tanner can’t work around with.
To make the most out of your self tanner, give it at most two weeks before re-applying. Make sure to time your exfoliation to make the most out of your exfoliating session. When trying to exfoliate, you can make use of a natural exfoliating mitt or some natural means such as oatmeal or brown sugar. Try not to be rough when exfoliating as it can leave scratches which can make your self tanning experience very inconvenient. It’s not advisable to have open wounds when putting on self tanners since they can possibly infect your wounds.
When it comes to exfoliating, take it slowly and do circular motions to make sure you don’t miss a spot.