How To Use Self-tanner

What you need before self-tanning:

The first right of self-tanner. Both products tinted and not tinted the same work, but we recommend using a colored product. You can see how you use it and it's the only way to prevent bands of untanned skin. Moisturizing creams undyed and continue on you can not see it on your skin where it is - and where not! Shades of product ranging from fair to very dark. Stick with just medium term. The darker the shade, the forger tanning tends to look like.

2. Latex gloves. If you do not wear gloves, just be aware to wash their hands with a couple of times (between the toes, too!) During the application process.

Twenty third volume peroxide developer. Commonly used for bleaching hair, this product (available in stores cosmetics) is your place "gum". Dip a cotton swab in the liquid and apply to areas where you want to remove tan - plain, it can be a scratch on the inside of the arm or on your heel. (Be sure to rinse well afterwards.) Do not use this to delete all of your tan, or a large part of your body. If you hate all of your tan, jump in the shower and exfoliate again. Exfoliating will not remove it completely, but it will be slow. In a few days, it will be gone

Fourth time. This process will take a good 90 minutes, at least, including drying time. Most products promise to dry for 15 to 30 minutes, but you really more like an hour. This may seem long, but your smooth, shiny, safe tan would be worth it! Think of it as a spa treatment.

Using self-tanners:

1. Exfoliate your skin. Self-tanners work on the top layer of skin color, so it is important to change the body to remove dead skin cells, the accumulation of "capture" it and cause an uneven tan. The easiest way to do it in the shower: Use a shower gel with exfoliating beads, bath sponge, or stretch gloves for this purpose. Exfoliate your body, pay particular attention to "dry" areas, such as knees and elbows.

2. Make sure your skin is dry. If your skin is still damp, in itself, Tanner does not go well and you have brown streaks. When the shower, vigorously dry your skin. Do not use a steam bath.

Third Apply a moisturizer. A thin layer of moisturizer makes your skin as smooth as can be and will be ready for more uniform application possible. Let moisturizer absorb and "dry" for several minutes before applying self-tanner.

4. Apply self-tanner like a moisturizer. Be sure to use a little self-tanner like moisturizer, and as a rub, be sure to distribute evenly over the skin. (Some women recommend using a circular motion to avoid scratches.) Spots are harder on the back of your legs and back. (A woman should use a paint roller saturated with products in these areas.) Remember that the top of his feet and backs of hands should not be as tan as the rest of your body. Apply a little around the ankles, knees and elbows. Make sure the product is fully rubbed into the skin in that line.

5. Moisten the edges. Separate lines to avoid tanning, apply a moisturizer to the areas where self-tanner is applied, since his feet and back, then gently rub in the areas of self-tanning.

6. Finally, be sure to dry completely before dressing or going to bed. It may take 20 minutes to feel dry to the touch, but you can expect before you put anything against your skin, the less likely to get points. Some labels say they are dry enough to dress in 15 minutes, but if you are in front of the rotation of a powerful fan, it will not.

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