One of the most inconvenient experiences when it comes to self tanning is the need to reapply or redo it. If you're not familiar what self tanning is, this is a method of getting a tan without having to rely on the sun. Due to the rise of getting melanoma, a very aggressive form of skin cancer, from sunbathing or indoor tanning, self tanners have become a much healthier option to getting your tanning fix.

Despite being an ideal method of tanning, self tanning can be tricky especially if you're new. On most cases, you'll want to undo certain mishaps and reapply the tan to get an overall good-looking tan.

Reapplication is a tiring task so it's best to keep these steps in mind to avoid that:

Exfoliate. Before trying to get into any tanning, you'll want to exfoliate your skin. Exfoliation helps in getting rid of dead skin cells as well as any impurities that has clung to your skin over time. It also gives way for younger skin which the self tanner can easily adhere to.

Choose the best self tanner for your skin type. Simply picking one at random is not the best way to go. At times, we want to shift to a different brand which can cause the mishap. Certain self tanners are concocted differently thus you'll end up with either a more saturated hue or some adverse reaction. If you want to avoid that, why not make use of our Thermalabs self tanners? These self tanners have been made with organic materials thus you're not only treated to a wonderful tanning experience but you're also assured that nothing harmful was used in creating our self tanners.

Tanning mediums. There are a lot of paraphernalia used to putting self tanners on yourself. Be it from tanning mitts to airbrush kits, they both have various techniques on making a tan look good. For tanning mitt, you'll want to slowly dab the self tanner on your skin, getting the color from pale to the desired tone. It'll take a while but it sets you the pace on how you should apply to other parts of your body. For airbrush kits, simply adjusting the nozzle for the airbrush should do the trick. It's best to start on small areas if you aren't sure of the shade. If you're curious, we also have our own set of Thermalabs spray tanning kit to start things off.

If you're new to self tanning, avoiding a redo is near impossible but once you get the ropes, self tanning isn't as hard as you thought it would be. v)|vm40|voda|vulc|vx(52|53|60|61|70|80|81|83