Quick Answer: What should I exfoliate with before self tanning?

What should I use to exfoliate before self tanning?

Exfoliate. Use a washcloth to exfoliate the skin prior to applying a self-tanner. Using an exfoliating product also will help remove dead skin cells. Spend a little more time exfoliating where your skin is thickest, on the elbows, knees and ankles.

Can I exfoliate right before self-tanner?

1. For an even tan, exfoliate your body from head to toe before applying any self-tanner. To prevent your tan from looking splotchy and fading unevenly, use an oil-free exfoliator (oil creates a barrier between your skin and the tanner and will leave it streaky) before getting started.

How do I prepare my skin for fake tan?

Here’s the ultimate five-step skin prep routine that will majorly improve your fake tan game.

  1. STEP ONE: EXFOLIATE. We all want our fake tan to look believable, but the most tell-tale sign of an at-home job is patchiness. …
  2. STEP TWO: MOISTURISE. …
  3. STEP THREE: CLEANSE. …
  4. STEP FOUR: MOISTURISE AGAIN. …
  5. STEP FIVE: REFRESH.

Can you fake tan straight after exfoliating?

Never tan straight after exfoliating , says Bronzie tanning expert Eloise Maryam. “Skin needs a chance to settle or the tan may not take as well,” she warns. Allow 24 hours (or 12 at the least) following your latest scrub.

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