Tanning salon employees are used to applying their spray tan to the skin of the hands, but now they can do it to their body too.
The spray tan is an ultra-durable and effective way to protect against sunburns and wrinkles, according to the American Academy of Dermatology.
The most popular products include products from brands like OPI, Nail Art, and Glamour.
The key to applying a spray tan effectively is to get the sunburn to the back of your skin.
The key to avoiding a flare-up is to apply the product as soon as possible after the sun sets.
“If you want to stay hydrated and stay healthy, don’t apply your product as it’s going to burn,” says Heather Breslau, a tanning dermatologist and co-owner of The Breslow Skin Clinic in Malibu, California.
“So you don’t want to be drying yourself out.
If you’re using a product that has a high level of SPF and doesn’t burn, like a lot of spray tan products, that can help a lot with the drying out of the skin.”
The process of applying a sprayskin is actually pretty simple, according, because it’s all about taking care of your face.
The sunburn you get on your backside is more likely to happen in areas that have a lot more water, and a spray or two will dry the skin out and make it more flexible, according the American Dermatological Association.
What to do: If you get sunburned on your hands, use a hand towel to wipe them off with.
Avoid putting your hands in the shower, because water can cause sunburn.
You can use a shower cap to keep your hands dry.
Wash your hands with soap and water.
If your hands get really, really dry, use sunscreen.
Apply the sunscreen on your skin, then use your hands to scrub the sunscreen off with a towel or a brush.
You might also use a cleanser like the Clarisonic Advanced Clean Serum to scrub away the sunscreen.
How to remove: It’s best to get a facial scrub to remove any sunscreen you use, and if you want, you can apply a face mask to help protect your face from the sun.
Do your best to avoid sunburn by applying a lotion, moisturizer, or cream with a SPF of 15 or higher.
For more information on spray tanming and the best sunscreen for your skin type, visit www.british tanning.com/products/sunday-sun-tanning-tan-scrub.html#skin-tan