Golden sun tanbing is still the best way to achieve a golden complexion

Golden sun spots are an important part of your skin’s natural glow.

They are an indicator of how well your skin is moisturising and a sign of health, but the way you apply them is completely different.

If you want to achieve an optimal complexion, we recommend applying your golden sun tan to your face, arms, legs and neck first.

You should apply it as you would any other sun treatment.

You can read more about golden sun spot treatment in our guide to golden sun treatment for the face.

The best golden sun tanners out there have different methods of application, including the traditional method of applying it in the sun.

We also recommend applying it with a spray tanning lotion or moisturiser.

What to expect When golden sun spots appear In the first few hours after sun exposure, golden sun signs appear on your skin.

These are usually dark patches that look like a light circle.

This indicates that the sun is in your area and is not just reflecting off the sun itself.

As your skin absorbs the sun’s energy, these dark patches appear more frequently.

These spots may appear as a patchy, thin or even blackening of your face or legs.

Some people may notice a small amount of darkening around their eyes and ears.

You may also notice a slight change in your skin tone, especially if you have a lighter complexion.

However, there’s no need to worry if you do notice this because it’s normal.

Golden sun spot treatments are usually only applied for a few minutes.

However they can last for up to an hour and a half.

The sun can also cause your skin to dry out, which can affect your golden spots.

The treatment can be painful to your skin, but can also reduce your sunburn risk.

This is because the sun can damage the skin’s collagen, which holds the skin together.

The only way to remove the skin from golden spots is to apply a thin layer of moisturiser on your face and neck.

After a few days, your skin will return to normal.

If the sun hasn’t been in your areas for a while, you may also be able to see the sun in your natural environment.

Golden sunlight spots are a sign that the sunscreen you’ve used has worn off, so you may need to reapply it regularly to stay protected from future sunburns.

If golden spots reappear, they may also reappear with a different colour, such as a light blue or white.

Golden Sun Treatment for the Eyes Golden sun signs can appear on the eyes, nose and lips.

This usually occurs after several days of sun exposure.

Golden spots can also appear on hairline fractures, such the ones seen in people with darker skin tone.

These can be removed with moisturiser or with a gentle peel-off creams and gels.

Golden skin is not normally an issue with golden sun treatments because the sunscreen does not interfere with the normal process of skin regeneration.

However if you notice a change in the appearance of your golden skin, you should seek medical advice.

How to apply golden sun skin treatments If you have skin with golden spots, apply a thick layer of skin conditioner to your body to make your skin more hydrated.

Apply this conditioner on your legs and arms, neck, chest and legs.

Apply it on your arms and legs, neck and shoulders, and on your neck.

Apply a thin, long, clear, dark, moisturising layer of cream to your lips and cheeks.

Then, apply it to your neck and lips with the rest of the skin treated with the cream.

If it starts to feel sticky or tacky on your forehead, use a light moisturiser to rub it off.

After you’ve completed the golden sun sun treatment, wash your face with a mild shampoo and dry it well.

If your golden tan is not visible after about three days, reapply sunscreen to the area to remove any remaining dark patches.

When golden spots appear on lips and face If golden sun marks appear on both your lips, the spots are often more noticeable on your cheeks.

This could be due to the sun reflecting off your cheeks, or it could be because you are applying sunscreen at the same time as your golden patches are appearing.

Apply the cream-only sunscreen on your lips or cheeks to reduce the appearance.

If they remain dark and patchy on the skin, try applying the cream cream-first.

If this doesn’t work, you can also apply a light, moisturiser gel or lotion on the cheekbone and then apply it on the lip to reduce further the appearance, said Dr Shahnama.

If there’s a noticeable golden spot on your nose, your best bet is to use a cream-based sunscreen treatment for that area.

For facial golden spots: Apply a moisturiser cream or a gel on the lips and cheekbones.

Apply to the upper lip and bridge of the nose.

Then apply the cream to the cheek