With the introduction of facial-self-tanners-bronzers, you don’t need to spend hours under the sun to end up with a sunburn. You can just apply the bronzer/tanning cream to the areas of your body that you wish to tan so that you can get a natural-looking tan!
If you bathe under the sun for too long, you’ll get exposed to high levels of UV rays, which can harm your skin. Moreover, with the changing climate, the ozone layer is depleting and more and more UV rays are entering the earth. UV rays can cause premature aging, skin damage and even some forms of skin cancer.
Our range of self-tanners and bronzers includes high-quality products that won’t damage or harm your skin and are made with the best quality ingredients. They save you from exposure to harmful sun rays and give you a nice and smooth tan.
Self-tanners come in many forms including sprays, creams and serums. Some of them work instantly while others require multiple applications for maximum effects. You can choose whichever form you want according to your own convenience. Serums and lotions are generally considered better for the skin because they also nourish and hydrate your skin, in addition to the tanning effects!
Bronzers, on the other hand, always work instantly to give you an even tanned look. They’re like cosmetic products that you apply to your skin. Moreover, bronzers have a short-term effect while the tan from self-tanners lasts longer.
The tan from your self-tanner can last for about a week before it fades. Self-tanners work on the outer layer of your skin so if you shed skin quickly, the tan will fade sooner.
You can also find self-tanners that contain bronzing agents to give a more even look. This helps the tanner show its long-term effects while the bronzer covers any missed spots.
Precautions to Take When Using a Self-Tanner Make sure that you wax a day or two before you start using your tanner. If you wax after you use the tanning product, some of your tan can get off with the wax. Moreover, if you don’t wax at all, some of the tanning cream might get concentrated into your hair follicles, which can give an uneven appearance. Moreover, you should exfoliate before you use a tanning cream so that you can remove the dead skin cells first. Self-tanning can be pretty difficult, but with the right products, you can get a tan similar to that done by a professional! We’ve handpicked the best products for you that give great results.