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Using a Self-Tanner

1. Do Some Practice First

Often, first-timers are nervous when using a tanning product for the first time. If you want to be safe, we suggest that you opt for a one-day tanner. This will help you get a better idea of what your skin would look like after the first application. If you are still worried, you can use a regular tanner and remove it after a couple of hours. Make sure you wash it off before the color is completely developed.

2. Get Access to the required Tools

While most self-tanners come in one bottle, you need a few tools as well. For instance, you may want to get a skin moisturizer, an exfoliator, a tanning mitt, and wet wipes, to name a few. So, make sure you gather all of the tools you need for this job.

3. Exfoliate Before Tanning

If you want an even color, make sure you get a smooth canvas. It’s even better to shave or wax at least 24 hours before the use of the tan. The reason is that the hair removal may cause some irritation in addition to make your skin a bit sensitive. So, it’s a good idea to exfoliate your skin a day before the tanning job. This will help you remove some dead skin as well.

Also, before you apply the tanning product, you should run a bit of ice over the target areas in order to constrict the pores and hair follicles.