I think we’re all in agreement that self-tanning lotions and sprays are life-changing inventions. They are quick, easy, and safe to use. And they work remarkably well at giving us all a natural-looking, bronzed glow.
Easy Off, Easy On with Sunless Tan Remover and Primer
You know how you have to go through what seems like days and days of preparation before you apply your self-tanner? Exfoliate off the old product, moisturize, etc, etc. Now you can remove your sunless tan in just a few minutes and be ready to reapply a fresh, sunless tan.
When your tan is fresh, you feel sexy and confident. When it begins to fade, so do those feelings. When your sunless tan is less than glowing, you can quickly remove your old tan and get your skin ready to glow again.
Simply apply Selfie Sunless Tan Remover and Primer generously to your skin. Leave it on for at least 5 minutes. Shower with warm water and use a wet face cloth to wash away your tan. Use the exfoliating mitt to gently remove tan in more stubborn areas. Your skin will be hydrated and moisturized, free from old tanner, and ready for more.
How to Fix Self-Tan Fails
But how do you handle those occasions when you make a small mistake while applying your tan? The last thing you want is to wake up with a streak here and a blotch there. You may not want to remove your entire tan, just to fix a few problem areas. Fear not, I’ve put together a list of ways you can remove problem areas of your tan and start over.
Cotton Balls and Lemon Juice
This method is great if you have just a few blotches that you want to even out. You won’t have to remove and redo the entire deal. Soak a cotton ball or pad in lemon juice and dab the offending blotches. You can find small bottles of real lemon juice at the grocery store.
One More Use for White Vinegar
What problem can’t you solve with white vinegar? It can be used in cleaning, cooking, and your beauty routine in uncountable ways. Add self-tanner remover to the list. Rub some on and let it sit for about 10 minutes. Then rinse it off with water. White vinegar only costs a few dollars, so keep a jug of it under your sink. You won’t be sorry.
Baking Soda Body Scrub
You can’t find a simpler fix for removing self-tanning lotion than baking soda. Just make your own body scrub with a paste of baking soda and water and get to work on exfoliating off any streaks or blotches. Add a little lavender essential oil if you want to get fancy.
We all love self-tanner, but we all also make mistakes applying it sometimes. These methods will keep your tan looking fresh and glowing. With these tips at the ready, you’ll be confident knowing that you look tanned and fabulous, and can fix any little annoying streaks and blotches we all get from time to time.