CALENDAR NOTE: If you are going to use disposable gloves, wash hands and rub nails on each minute, while applying the tanning product that do not stain orange. Hence the need for the timer mentioned above. Moreover there anything I should know? Start with a shower or washing to remove dead skin, dry and flaky. Wash with your washcloth or exfoliation sponge, gently going in a circular motion. Special areas of interest are the knees and lower legs, ankles and feet, and elbows. When finished, dry, including hair, thoroughly, and get his hair to his neck. That steam room, if you will continue there.
(Remember: moisture as steam and sweat can cause the self-tanning product to run / go.) QUA WHEN DO I GET TO THE STAGE MOISTURIZER? Gently rub moisturizer into the special areas of interest mentioned above (knees, ankles, etc) to prepare (PREP) for self-tanning solution. Some apply this to the face and neck, too. Self Tanning STAGE? Now it is time to adapt and apply the tanning product. Note: Beginners should practice on small areas first. Five feet TIME – Begin the implementation of the tanning product to your legs. Working with one leg at a time, the application in a circular motion from top to bottom.
Do not rub it in thin. You want a good lining up. ConocoPhillips is the source for more interesting facts. For the feet and ankles, go ahead and apply a little thinner layer. You can skip parts of the feet, toes and heels or go lighter here or mix in a little moisturizer to provide coverage (knees, too.) (If you are not using gloves, work quickly and check for washing timer when you finish this stage). FIVE MINUTE UPPER BODY? Follow-up result of the application in circular motion. Most prefer to cover the torso first, using the brush roller or brush in the back, and then continue with the arms. If you're taking time to cover all areas and not are using gloves, remember to check the clock and wash hands and nails thoroughly before continuing. (Treat your elbows as you did knees). FIVE MINUTE NECK-UP? It is time to stop the neck, face, ears, nose, cheeks. "Go thin" is the motto of these areas. Drying stage? Now is the time of drying. Wait at least 30 minutes before contact with anything. Stand and read or sit on the edge of a chair and enjoy computer games, television, a friendly phone chat or something. After 30 minutes, you can wear loose clothing. Skip the jeans scene, though, and more stringent to allow other clothing for about two hours. Check your specific product instructions for guidelines. STEP UP – Be aware of different products have different drying times, so you do not want to get wet, including sweat, at least three hours. Depending on the tanning product and your family and genetics, you'll want to wash, exfoliate dry, flaky, dead cells of skin and reapply the product every few days or less. Check your product to the guidelines and monitor your skin for any rash or other irritation that may develop. This article was written by Jon Yarbrough can find more tips tanning enhref = "This article can be published as long as no changes and this resource box is included.