Tanning salon parties are fun and a blast!
And yes, the best part is, you can even wear your hair!
But in a world where the world is full of toxic chemicals, you’re going to need a lot of sunscreen.
It’s important to keep up with all the latest research on tanning-related risks and dangers.
Now that the sun has finally come out, there are a lot more questions that you need to ask yourself before going to your next tanning session.
We’ve compiled a list of helpful tips that you can use to keep your skin looking its best.
First and foremost, be aware of how much sunscreen you’re using and what you should and shouldn’t use.
Use as much as you can, but be careful not to use more than you think you can handle.
You may need to add more if your skin feels dry, and there’s no guarantee that you’ll be able to keep it looking its natural and healthy glow.
Also, be mindful of how you’re handling the sun.
Don’t use the shade you used in the past to cover your face.
If you’re wearing a sunscreen-protected mask, take it off and use a non-reflective, non-sparkling sunscreen with a lower SPF (sun protection factor).
If you use a sunscreen with SPF 50 or greater, use it at least twice a day, even if you’re not feeling oily.
Avoid the sun when you’re out in public, and don’t wear sunglasses when you sunbathe.
The sun’s rays are too intense, and they can also damage your eyes.
If your eyes hurt, try a different sunscreen that doesn’t contain benzophenones.
For more tips on skin care and tanning, read our previous article on the sun, and read on to learn how to prevent sunburn and tan your skin.