WHY AIRBRUSH TANS DON’T LAST?

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On August 10, 2012
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It is always good to exfoliate your skin before a tanning session. If you apply the tanning solution on your skin with lots of dead skin cells, you will obtain an uneven tan. This is because the tan solution will be absorbed into the ridges of the skin, and when it is time for the skin to undergo a natural exfoliation, it does that by rubbing off the piled up dead cells thereby leaving an uneven tan.

There are different types of airbrush tanning solutions but all of them work the same way. They all work on the outer layer of the skin which is known as the epidermis.
Some people wonder why their airbrush tans spray does not stay up for long period of time. If you are one of them, you are not alone. The major reason why tans do not last long is because of your skin. When you apply a spray tanning solution to your skin, it affects the dead skin cells. It changes the proteins located in the dead skin cells to brown. Take a look at your skin under a microscope and you will be amazed at what you will discover. Under the power of a good microscope you will see a range of build up dead skin cells on the outer surface of your skin.

It is always good to exfoliate your skin before a tanning session. If you apply the tanning solution on your skin with lots of dead skin cells, you will obtain an uneven tan. This is because the tan solution will be absorbed into the ridges of the skin, and when it is time for the skin to undergo a natural exfoliation, it does that by rubbing off the piled up dead cells thereby leaving an uneven tan.

However, if you undergo exfoliation before the session, the dead skin cells will be reduced considerably, allowing the tan to enter and spread evenly on your skin. This will also prolong the time it takes for the dead skin to build up so that the tan can last longer. But, the dead cells will still build up with time as the skin undergoes natural exfoliation process. When you notices patches on your skin, it is time to exfoliate and undergo another tanning session.
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It is always good to exfoliate your skin before a tanning session. If you apply the tanning solution on your skin with lots of dead skin cells, you will obtain an uneven tan. This is because the tan solution will be absorbed into the ridges of the skin, and when it is time for the skin to undergo a natural exfoliation, it does that by rubbing off the piled up dead cells thereby leaving an uneven tan.

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