Light Sun Protection for Sunbathing and Sunbeds
To get a natural tan, you need to go out in the sun. The sun can give you a beautiful, natural color that many people find attractive. Unfortunately, the same energy that causes this to happen can also cause the redness and inflammation commonly known as sunburn. Many people who tan like to use a light sunscreen 30 minutes before sunbathing or using a tanning bed. Low SPF products can slightly reduce the amount of UV to which your skin is exposed without completely preventing you from tanning.
Bronzers, Intensifiers and Accelerators for Tanning
If you're finding it difficult to get the tanning results that you desire, there are a number of products on the market that could help solve your problems. Bronzers contain ingredients that help to support tanning, so that color develops more evenly. Many people use intensifiers and accelerators in order to speed up tanning results.
You may want to use a bronzer, an intensifier or an accelerator when you first begin to work on a base tan or if you've reached a plateau and are having trouble getting your color to grow darker. The product descriptions for the bronzers, intensifiers and accelerators will tell you more about how they work and what benefits they provide.
Instantaneous and Long-Lasting Color Options
Hate to wait for tanning results? If you're working on getting a natural glow but want to look darker in your bathing suit in the meantime, you can use a tanning product that contains cosmetic bronzers. These formulas instantly darken the skin with color that will easily wash off later.
Does it seem like your tan fades much too quickly? A tanning product that contains a sunless tanning ingredient like dihydroxyacetone (DHA) can help to prolong the life of your tan. The DHA causes a chemical reaction with your skin that can darken it for several days, enhancing and extending your tan. back to top »