Self-tanning has become quite a staple method to the tanning community. It's due to the promise that there's little harm that this method of tanning can do. With the absence of UV rays, you don't heighten the chances of danger your skin can get. This means avoiding sunburn, reactions to the sun's rays, and even lessened chances of getting skin cancer.

Although self-tanning can be a gift, it can be a very complicated approach to tanning. Compared to just lying down and letting the sun do its work, self-tanning needs precision and patience to be applied to one's skin perfectly. It also requires some time and space to be able to dry appropriately.

Retouching self tanned skin can be a difficult experience. It can be hard for beginners to gauge when one should retouch their fake tan. Here are some tips to consider when you should revamp it without stressing yourself out:

If you had a dip in the pool, you might end up with lighter patches of skin. Normally you can apply some tanner to sort this concern out but if you have large patches of skin in a lighter shade, it's best to do the self-tanning session again. Swimming pools have chlorine which can lighten your skin so it's best to avoid going to the pool if you've just applied your self-tanner.