A beach addict like you loves sunbathing. You can just imagine all the lazing around you-time, while reading a new book, and a beautiful sun-kissed skin, thanks to the glorious sun. Achieving a perfect tan can be difficult, though. Some people have overdone their tanning, time and again, and they’d reaped bad consequences for their skin. Well, don’t make the same mistake. We’re here to provide you with some helpful tips to help your tanning become a success:
Get rid of dead skin cells and unwanted hairs by scrubbing your skin with a sponge and waxing unneccessary hair. Make sure nothing hinders your achieving an even, and longer lasting tan.
Your travel kit must have sunscreen. Lotions, creams, and hair conditioners that have Sun protection formula (SPF) help shield your skin and hair from the sun’s harsh rays. Evenly massage them onto your skin and hair for 30 minutes max before going out.
Wear protective gear and skip cosmetics. Bring with you umbrellas, hats, and body coverups to protect you from the sun. More importantly, skip all that makeup, deodorants and perfumes because these items contain chemicals that may have bad effects onto your skin.
Avoid turning pink. Overdoing your self-tanning session can turn your skin pink, which will, in the long run, cause prickly sunburns that may take forever to heal. Remember to avoid exposing yourself to the harsh UV rays which peak at 10AM onwards. Soak up the sun for a good 20 minutes every day, and remember to do it not later than 10AM.
Don’t forget to bring H20. An eight-to-ten-glasses intake every day is good for your body. Drink more if you know that you’re going to work up a lot of sweat.
Pay great attention to your skin. We hope these simple tips will prove helpful for you! If you’re planning your weeklong vacation to Surfers Paradise, you might as well maximise your Gold Coast Holiday itinerary. Have access to other local attractions and tourist destinations by booking your Surfers Paradise Holiday Accommodation at Surfers Tropique today! Visit http://surferstropique.etourism.net.au/ now.