Getting an airbrush tan is a great way to give yourself that summer glow for a trip, a big event, or simply for any reason at all. This tan looks so great that you likely want it to last for as long as possible. Airbrush maintenance is a great way to make this happen. Here are three great ways to make your tan last longer.

Exfoliate Beforehand

Before you ever go in to get your airbrush tan, it is important that you exfoliate your entire body. This helps to remove all the dead skin that is on the surface of your skin and leaves you with skin that is primed for receiving an airbrush tan. Just make sure that you don’t use anything that is oil-based to exfoliate your skin and avoid using lotion once you are done exfoliating. Both of these will affect the ability of the tan to adhere to your skin.

Don’t Use Soap When Showering

Another great tip for airbrush maintenance is to avoid using soap all over your body when you are showering. Using soap can cause your skin to dry out and will wash your airbrush tan off faster. Instead, it is best to use warm water to rinse off your skin, and avoid the use of soap at all. This helps to keep your tan from rubbing off, while still allowing you to clean your skin.

Make Sure To Moisturize

You definitely don’t want to moisturize your skin before you get your airbrush tan, but applying lotion afterwards is very important. Once you have waited the recommended amount of time to shower, you should then do so and carefully apply lotion all over your body when you are done. This keeps your skin moisturized and helps to maintain your airbrush tan for longer.

To learn more about airbrush maintenance, or to get an incredible tan today, visit us at Bronze Tan.

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