With the arrival of autumn, we say goodbye to the sea, sand, and sun, but summer continues in the city. Everyone is looking to protect their bronze skin, which they get by sunbathing for hours in the summer. Now is the time to bring the tan we gained in the summer to the city. Here are 7 suggestions for those who want to maintain and prolong your tan...
Carrots, melons, apricots, peaches, cucumbers, zucchini, apricots, parsley, tomatoes, broccoli, oranges, and cabbage contain plenty of vitamin A. There is also a smoothie recipe that you can consume to protect your tan: You add 3 apricots, 1 carrot, 2 cucumbers, and 1 peach to the juicer and add ice. Thus, your tan becomes more permanent.
Walnut oil, hazelnut oil, cocoa butter, apricot oil, carrot oil, and almond oil are among the oils that extend the life of the tan. Mix any of them in one to one ratio and then apply to your whole body.
Include eggs in your breakfast before you go to the beach. Thanks to the egg, your tanning will be easier and more permanent.
In order for your skin to stay bronze, it must also be nourished from within. If you leave your body dehydrated from inside, your cells will dry out, your body will lose moisture, and this will cause your skin to peel off. Abundant water consumption will keep your body moist and provide permanent tan.
Hot water causes your body to peel off faster after burning. When you shower with warm water, your skin will feel less relaxed than hot water, thus preventing your skin from peeling.
Your skin exposed to sunlight can cause your skin to stretch and peel. Therefore, be sure to apply an after-sun lotion, cream, or oil to your tanned skin after bathing. Thus, your dry skin will be moistened and your tan will be more permanent.
The wax removes your cells, causing them to peel off. If you want a permanent tan, stay away from the wax. Instead, you can get help from the epilator for a certain period of time after the holiday.