Always go light to start. It is easier to darken than it is to remove a dark tan. Tan Physics is highly build-able. This means that you can add color every day until you get the color that suits you.
Don’t forget your ears and behind your ears.
Be sure to get the back of your hands, inside of your wrists and arms, your neck and your sides. Your face and neck will darken easily so apply sparingly but evenly to this region and be sure to get tanner all the way up to your (not in) hairline to ensure seamless color.
Slow down and use only residual lotion for your feet, knees and elbows. Feather and blend slowly and lightly. Don’t only use your fingers, let your palms do the work as well.
Let the “Sun” Soak In:
Allow 15-20+ minutes for your skin to absorb all the vitamins, tanners, aloe and skin enriching oils. Drying is important. The longer you dry, the better and more hydrating your results will be. You can really speed up the drying process with a hairdryer or a fan! After 20 minutes you should be dry and ready to put on some comfy and darkly colored loose fitting clothing.
Although you will get some instant color from our color guide, your tan will begin to develop in 3-6 hours (depending on skin tone. Within 6-24 hours your tan will be fully developed.
You should avoid showering or heavy sweating for about 6 hours after application to ensure the best tan.
If you have streaks or dark spots they can be buffed away with a wash cloth. If you have spots you missed, apply a small amount of tanner. Again, wash your hands and nails very well.
Now get out there and enjoy! Congratulations on taking your first step to looking great without the harmful damage caused by the sun.
Remember, Tan Physics is NOT a sunscreen and has no SPF factor. You must use sunscreen and sun block to protect your skin from the sun’s harmful rays, always.
Tan Physics is a way of life- a way to look and feel gorgeously tan and younger allowing you to stay away from all the dangers associated with the sun and still look great!
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