A nice, golden and healthy tan can make you feel better and create the illusion of a thinner body. Explore this article to know the various tips on how to get a tan outside.

How To Get A Tan Outside

Numerous tanning options are available to get a fabulous tan. Though tanning cream and artificial tanning beds work quickly, tanning outside is the best way to get a golden tan. It has a number of benefits over indoor training. First, you can enjoy a leisurely day relaxing in the sun and you can get a much deeper and darker tan than with a tanning bed. Tanning outdoors will enable you to absorb all the healthy vitamins from the sun’s rays which will be completely natural. Given here are some tips that should be considered while tanning outdoors which can otherwise create health problems for your skin. Read through the following lines to know how to get a tan outside.
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Tips On Tanning Outdoors 
  • If your skin tends to get sunburns, consider applying a sunscreen lotion with an SPF of at least 15, before you go out to tan. In case, your skin is fair and burns easily, choose a sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or more.
  • Exfoliate your skin in the shower, before going to the pool or beach. This removes dead skin cells from the surface of the skin and creates a smooth, even surface for tanning.
  • Adjust your body to the direction of the sun, by moving around frequently. The stronger the sun hits you, the faster you will tan.
  • Flip every 20 to 30 minutes, to ensure that you are evenly tanned on the front and back.
  • Tan your skin outside when the sunrays are the strongest. These hours range from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Move your swimsuit straps off your neck and shoulders if you do not want the strap marks.
  • Initially, expose your body to the sun for 10 to 15 minutes a day and gradually increase the time as your body gets more tanned.
  • Do not stay in the sun for more than 2 to 3 hours in a day. Very light-skinned people should limit their sun exposure to half an hour each day.
  • If you notice that your skin is starting to burn, put on a hat or wear sunglasses. If it gets extreme, either cover up your body or move indoors.
  • Apply a lotion with vitamin A and E after sun tanning, to build healthier skin.
  • Drink plenty of water to help your skin keep up the proper nutrients, as exposure to sun dries up the water in your body.
  • Shower and moisturize your skin well after tanning. This will prolong the life of your tan by keeping your skin healthy and soft.

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