With summer ending faster than we’d expect, fall is a season where we start to bunch up on the warmer selection of clothing at the back of our closets. One of the downsides of fall would be the lack of opportunities to bask under the sun to get your tan. Though you can do it at the last tails of summer but the temperature goes lower and lower for us to stay outside with less coverage as possible.
Thus it’s always a good idea to take good care of your tanned skin especially with autumn at hand. A good way to keep your tan would be to constantly moisturize your skin. Dry skin tends to flake and peel off which can cause your tan to become uneven and look unsightly. Colder temperatures can easily dry your skin so it’s a good idea to make use of moisturizers and lotions to keep it hydrated after the warm days. This also means to drink plenty of water when you can.
You may want to avoid waxing. Waxing removes the topmost layer of skin in the process. This causes an uneven skin tone and ruins your overall tan. If you can’t help but wax, you’ll want to follow the next step.
If you’re trying to salvage your tan but afraid of booking a trip to the tanning salon, you can make use of self tanners to get your tan as golden as when you got it. Self tanners don’t make use of UV rays thus they are a healthier choice to getting one’s tan. Additionally, you can tan anywhere; with the colder temperatures outside, conducting a tanning session in your own home is possible. Another great benefit from using a self tanner is your ability to contour your tan, which is unheard of in sunbathing and indoor tanning. Having self tanned skin during the cold days also helps one’s moods since it gives the appeal of a sun-kissed skin.