What you need to know about sun tanners.
Sun tanning is a common cosmetic procedure that involves applying a thin layer of water onto the skin.
When it’s applied, the water will coat the skin and help the skin to absorb excess water, thus preventing it from drying out.
Sunscreens and creams can also be used to help keep the skin moisturised.
It’s important to keep the sun out when you’re tanning, but some people prefer to avoid direct sunlight and sun tan.
Sunscreen companies often recommend using a cream to help protect the skin from the sun.
Some sunscreens also contain sun protection ingredients such as zinc oxide and titanium dioxide.
The Sunscreen Association states that “the best sunscreen to use is the SPF 25 or better”.
If you’re unsure of the best sunscreen for your skin type, consider using a sunscreen that has an SPF rating of at least 30, but is not an all-in-one product, such as a face, neck or neck cream.
There are also sun protection products that can be applied on the skin as well as a sunscreen.
The SPF ratings can be found on the back of the sunscreen, which should be visible on the face and neck of the product.
The most effective sunscenes include those with zinc oxide, titanium dioxide, zinc oxide or zinc oxide-containing sunscents.
You can also apply sunscreen directly to the skin using a spray bottle, a tube, a cream or a cream-like spray.
For more on sunscaping, check out our guide on how to choose the right sunscreen for you.
If you have questions about the benefits of sunscapes or skin care, see our sunscape tips article.