We are all fortunate these days with the availability of self tanners because of their ability to achieve a perfectly safe tan. The sun is played with (DHA) dihydroxyacetone, which then reacts with the amino acids of the top most layer of the skin to achieve the tanning color.
Chances are you've used a self tanner before therefore the chances are you've had some streaking, orange fingers or even palms. Thanks to today's products and application methods which make it harder to make those mistakes.
Self tanners can give you the natural sun kissed look if it's applied properly. The only drawback with self tanners is that the color fades and you need to reapply it every other day to keep the tan.
Most of us have gone through the trial and error process to achieve the best look using certain products and application methods. Below are some tips to help you with your self tanning process: