Spray tanning allows you to achieve a gorgeous and healthy glow without hours spent laying out by the pool. However, if you want a perfectly smooth and even sun-kissed look, your skin needs to start as a fresh slate. Below, you’ll find a helpful guide on how to successfully remove your old spray tan before getting a new one.
How to Remove Your Spray Tan in 4 Easy Steps
Run a warm bath with essential oils and sea salt, and soak in it for about 15-30 minutes. Use a loofah or washcloth to gently wipe the remnants of your last spray tan off your skin. Alternatively, take a dip in a swimming pool—the chlorine will help to dissolve the tanning solution, which you can rinse off afterward.
Use a non-abrasive exfoliating product to break down any stubborn buildups of tanning solution on your skin. Make the process quicker and easier by wearing exfoliating gloves and massaging your skin in circular motions.
To remove tanning solution from smaller areas, such as your face, neck, or hands, use a hair removal cream. Apply it with a q-tip to the affected areas. The chemicals will soften the tanning product, which should come off easily with a warm, moist cloth.
Though moisturizing will not remove your tan, it’s essential to rehydrate your skin after bathing, exfoliating, and spot treating. Your new tan will blend much more evenly and beautifully after you apply an oil-free moisturizer to particularly dry areas, such as the elbows, knees, and hands.
Make your skin look golden and radiant with regular spray tans from Touch of Bronze. They offer sunless tanning solutions, including airbrush tanning and bronzing lotions, to clients throughout Stillwater, OK. Call (405) 533-1826 to book an appointment. Visit them online to learn more about specials and memberships.