How to get the best tanning tan in a few simple steps

When it comes to tanning, I am not an expert.

But I have spent a fair amount of time in the tanning salons, and it is the only place I can safely get my hands on the best stuff.

And it’s not cheap.

If you don’t have a tanning salon to look after your face, you can probably just find a salon and get the same product.

I am an expert at what I do, and I’ve got the experience to back me up.

In this post, I’ll show you how to get that best tan.

I’m not here to tell you how much better the other people in the world are at tanning.

But if you want to get your skin as silky as possible, and your face as nice as possible before you start to worry about the sun, I’m here to help.

So, let’s get started. 

1.

Get a Good Tan Before You Go out to the beach If you want your skin to look its best before you go out to get a tan, you need to get it just right.

A good tan needs to be the right shade, and you need it to be long-lasting, too.

But for a quick and easy fix, you could start with a good-quality moisturiser or serum.

If your skin doesn’t need much of anything, you’ll want a light moisturiser like jojoba oil or jojana.

You can also try a light gel with a high-pigment emulsion like jojamax.

The good news is that if you use a good moisturiser, you’re not going to get oily.

You’ll just get more hydration.

If the sun isn’t a problem, though, the sun can get too intense.

If you’re using a serum, the best moisturiser for your skin is a sun-protective SPF 30.

SPF is a key part of the sun protection that is supposed to help your skin stay cool.

If it doesn’t, the skin will get sunburned.

So sunscreen is important.

I would recommend a SPF 50 or above, because if you’re going to be out at the beach, you want sun protection as a top priority.

If not, though you could opt for a sunscreen that is less effective, like a SPL, which is an SPF 15 sunscreen.

2.

Use a UV protector If you’re a serious tanner, you should be using an UV protector like the one from Tropico tanning  or The Perfectly Tan.

It protects the skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays.

3.

Use sunscreen on your arms and legs A sunscreen on the arms and back helps keep your skin protected from the harsh UV rays of the Sun.

You should also wear sunscreen on both legs when you’re outside to help protect your skin from heat and humidity.

4.

Don’t put sunscreen on a sunburn The sunburn you’ll get after a tan is mostly caused by the direct effect of UV rays on your skin.

But you also have to protect your body from the harmful effects of the UV rays that you’re exposed to.

UV rays are a lot less harmful than the sun itself.

The rays will pass through the skin, which can cause redness and irritation.

But the sunburns you get after you get a sun tan are mainly caused by your body’s reaction to UV rays, so you’re unlikely to get any permanent damage to your skin, unless you get sunburnt very quickly.

5.

Make sure you’re tanning for long periods of time Make sure you don, too, if you intend to tan for long.

You may find it helpful to tan as often as you can.

You don’t want to tan just once a week or less.

I also recommend keeping track of your tanning session, which I’ll describe below.

If I get tired, I tend to get too dehydrated to keep track of my sessions.

This is especially true if I have a family member that I don’t mind getting dehydrated on.

So I often put notes down in the journal and record my sessions and where I left off, so I can look back and see where I was.

6.

Wear sunscreen and keep a hydration level up If the sun is a problem or you’re out at sea, you may want to keep your tan on for a longer period of time.

This helps protect your face and neck from the damaging UV rays and helps your body keep its hydration levels up.

If we’re talking about the long-term, though (say, for 10 years), you might want to consider keeping your skin hydrated with a moisturiser that has SPF (sun protection factor) that is at least SPF 20.

7.

Make a sunscreen mask If your skin needs a little extra help protecting it from the Sun, a sunscreen/mousse mask is