Bronzed skin makes everyone look sexier and attractive compared to pale skin. Beautiful sun-kissed skin enhances the tones and abs of your body even more profoundly.
No wonder why it’s becoming a trend day by day. Getting yourself exposed to the harmful sun rays for hours not only brings the risk of skin cancer, but it may cause burnt skin as well.
Eventually, it’s normal for us to seek ways to get the same suntan without the sun. Henceforth, fake tan or self-tanners are getting popular day by day, as it not only helps to protect you from the sun rays, it also gives a smoother and more even result.
According to your skin type, you might need different kinds of self-tanner to get the best possible outcome.
Do Gender Matters?
Regardless of gender, nowadays, self-tanning is getting attention from everyone. Self-tanning for men is becoming a vast topic to discuss. Although men and women have different skin and preferences, there is not much difference to notice in the products.
Men can go for mist, spray, or solution while choosing a self-tanner. Mist or solution can easily get spread and absorbed in the body. Not only that, because of their hairy skin, it is better to go for these products rather than going for a bronzing lotion. If you have oily skin, then you can consider using a mousse because of its light texture.
Tips and Tricks
If possible, use an exfoliating scrub beforehand to get rid of the unwanted dead skin cells. They may interrupt the process, and the result may be uneven tan.
As you might know already, the chemical DHA (Dihydroxyacetone) found in these products reacts with the skin’s outer surface. It forms melanin pigment, which gives the darker skin tone sequentially. So it would be optimum if there is no dry, dead skin cell to achieve an even sun-kissed glow. (more…)