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First, why are self-tanners the better option overlying out in the sun or in a tanning bed? Sunlight produces three main types of UV rays: UVA, UVB, and UVC. The rays that reach your skin are mostly UVA and some UVB, as the earth’s ozone layer absorbs the rest. Short-term exposure to UVA and UVB rays can cause sunburn, and longer UV exposure can cause leathery, wrinkled skin, dark spots and skin cancer. Tanning beds are also a problem, as they use lamps that emit UV radiation. People who use tanning beds or booths have an increased risk of skin cancer, studies have found, including melanoma and squamous and basal cell skin cancers.
If you’re looking for a tan you feel confident showing off, sunless self-tanners are the safer way to go.

How to Select the Best Self Tanner

There are a variety of factors to consider when selecting the best self-tanner. Some of the most important ones include the type of self-tanner, ingredients, color, scent, and ease of use.

Types of Self Tanner

There are a variety of forms of self tanner, and the one that’s right for you will come down to personal preference.

Self-tanning drops: This concentrated form of self-tanner is used by mixing with body lotion or oil, then applying the mixture to your skin as you normally would. They’re a great option for people who want more control over the level of tan they receive.

Lotion: Sunless tanning lotion is a lotion that already has self tanner mixed in, so you simply apply the lotion as you would any other lotion, just with extra care around dry areas of the skin. There are also versions of self tanning lotion that are made specifically for your face’s sensitive skin.

Mousse: Mousse is a similar option to the lotion but is lighter and can be easier to spread over your skin. It also typically dries more quickly.

Gel: Self-tanner is also available in gel form, and is an easy-to-use option that dries fairly quickly.

Spray: Self-tanning sprays or mists are a great option if you have difficulty reaching areas of your back. They’re also convenient in that you don’t have to rub the self-tanner into your skin after spraying.

Towelettes: Made with self-tanner, these towelettes are used by wiping the towelette over your skin. They’re a convenient option for on-the-go tanning.

Different types of self-tanner require different application methods. When selecting the best self-tanner, think about which method is most convenient for you. For example, with sprays, you simply spray it on and wait for it to dry. With lotion, mousse, and gel, you simply spread the self-tanner in an even layer over your skin. No matter which type of self-tanner you choose, even application is the key to great results.

Self-tanner drops like CLEANTAN are easy to use. Simply add a few drops to your favorite moisturizers, body lotions, serums or oils, and apply to your skin. You can adjust the level of tan by increasing or decreasing the concentrate-to-mixer ratio. Give the mixture a few hours to develop, and you’ll be good to go!