Stunning Self Tanner

Getting the perfect tan doesn’t always come easy. It often involves lots of trial and error. It may also include a few days of being orange before you find the best product and method for yourself. Bypass all of this stress and skip straight to success when it comes to getting the best outcome for your tan. There are a few things to consider and keep in mind when picking the right self tanner.

Firstly, consider what you are wanting from your tan. Are you after something long-lasting? Perhaps something gradual? Is a one night tan more your thing? Maybe something organic is better suited to you? Considering all of these possibilities, it makes finding the right product a little easier. AMR offers self-tanner to meet the needs of everyone from amateurs to tanning specialists. Gradual tans often take longer to achieve the sun-kissed skin look but will do so without going patchy or needing to shower straight away. Other tans will be ready to wash off within 2 hours and will give you noticeable results faster. You’ll need to be a little more vigilant and rigorous with your routine if you go with an express tanner.

Tasteful Tips For Tanning

It doesn’t matter if you do tanning as a profession, leaving a patch here and it is common. If you miss a spot while using a fast-acting tan, they won’t be as forgiving. Consider getting someone to help when applying it and use a mitt. Mitts help to prevent your hands from staining orange. Secondly, exfoliate before tanning. This helps to remove the dry and dead skin from your body. It will make for a more even tan and is recommended to do it the day prior.
Thirdly, remember to moisturise. This hydrates the skin and stops the tanning product from targeting the dry areas. It allows for even coverage and will also help prevent the orange dots over your skin (you know the ones). Fourthly, set a timer. This will help to remind you when it’s time to shower and remove the product. It’s so easy to lose track of time, trust us. Finally, if you missed step 4 and the tan over-processed, bicarb soda or coffee scrub will be your best friend.


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