With the rage of tanning nowadays, it’s no surprise that certain practices have shed some light on getting a great tan. While the most conventional method is soaking as much of the sun’s rays or a trip to your tanning salon, these aren’t the healthiest means on tanning. Due to the breakthrough of getting cancer from consistent and copious exposure to ultraviolet rays, the light that causes us to tan, many have tried to find an alternative to tanning. This is how self tanners were brought to light.
While most people might call it a fake tan, self tanners give you the much desired tan without having to put your health in jeopardy. In fact, Thermalabs’s selection of organic self tanners provides a healthy approach to getting your much desired shade.
Now, that’s not saying self tanners don’t have their share of cons. Since they are a topical approach to tanning, it’s always best to have some tips to keep in mind to avoid getting the aesthetically pleasing tone.
- If you’d like to do a quick tan, make sure to choose a self tanner that easily dries. These tanners are usually labeled express, quick dry and etc.
- One method of tanning is an overnight tan. Using your trusty self tanner, apply it just before you sleep. Despite using quicky drying tan, you may want to make use of dark sheets.
- Patience is a virtue and that’s quite a big thing when it comes to tanning. You should let your self tanner sit for at least thirty minutes before getting dressed.
- It’s also a good idea to avoid self tanners that act like lotions with bronzer incorporated into the consistency. The bronzer in these products causes staining since it clings to anything it is applied to.
With these simple steps and a good amount of patience, self tanners should not spot your favorite clothes!