How to Use Tanning Bed Lotion for Best Results

by Tanning Fanatic on December 6, 2010

There are so many different types of indoor tanning bed lotions on the market that just picking the right tanning lotion for yourself can be a massive challenge. Depending on the indoor tanning salon company that you tan with you may very well be purchasing a bottle of indoor lotion that you never even tried, we don’t recommend that of course. We suggest trying any tanning lotion product BEFORE you buy it, some tanning salons like Extreme Tan and Smoothies offer a “Lotion Addict” program which rewards you for trying lotion before you buy it. Ask if your salon offers a similar program.

Tanning Lotion Tips

How to Use Tanning Lotions for Best Tan Results

Now before we get down to our little simple indoor tanning tip, well tanning bed lotion tip of the day we want to remind you that we always suggest speaking with a certified tanning technician before making any tanning decisions. Your tanning consultant can suggest the best tanning lotion for your skin type, which should result in the best tanning results.

Best Indoor Tanning Results Tip

We suggest applying your indoor tanning bed lotion 30 minutes prior to your tanning session. However, it is important to avoid applying tingle lotions prior to your tanning experience as high temperatures can activate your tingle lotion causing discomfort while you wait to tan.

Bonus Tanning Lotion Tip

Remember to apply tanning lotion evenly to all areas, this might require a back applicator to apply tanning lotion to your back. Always remember to bring a towel when tanning in order to remove any additional tanning lotion buildup that might be on your hands.

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Jan February 24, 2011 at 3:21 pm

Hello,

I tan every year but have problems tanning on my face and under arms and suggestions. I remove my makeup too.

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Tanning Fanatic November 9, 2011 at 10:01 am

Just as Cat has mentioned, try a stand up bed to help your under arms and use a nice bronzing lotion for your face. Some beds offer a special area designated to help tan your face as well.

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vicky June 5, 2012 at 12:34 pm

Hi I’ve been tanning for years and in the last couple of years I have these white spots on my lower back that wont go away and are getting bigger. any suggestions?

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