Airbrush Tanning- A safe Mode of Tanning

I am probably the only person who will tell you this, but it's high time you stopped laying out in the sun. Do you catch my drift? Seriously, what is it going to take to convince people of this? Possible spontaneous combustion? In this day and age we do have more advanced means of getting a golden tan. You definitely don't have to put your health at risk to look a certain way. Now, stop right there! I am not in any way talking about tanning beds. It has been proven time and time again that these things are horrible and unsafe. The initial concept was to pull out the harmful aspect of the natural sun. However, this did not work at all. The truth is we don't actually know which one is worse; the tanning bed or the sun. That means avoid them both. It's time for contemporary airbrush tanning. I'll bet you've seen this on television some time or another. It's the future of being tan.

I guess if I merely heard the words "airbrush tanning," I might be a little hesitant to give it a shot. Fortunately you can acquire all the information you need regarding this new-age method just by surfing the web. The airbrush tanning concept is becoming more and more the rage these days. Folks are flocking to these salons in search of the safe tan. Now, for those of you who still have no clue why you shouldn't be tanning in the sun, it destroys your skin and leads to cancer. By destroying your skin, I mean that it causes premature wrinkles and aging of the epidermis. It also brings about sun spots and freckling. So if you'd like to be all leathery, then go for it. But, don't forget that you very well may end up with some form of skin cancer. That's just reality. Then there is airbrush tanning. Studies show that this method has no negative effect on your skin. No premature aging and no cancer. That's outstanding. I would think that everyone would ditch the tanning beds.

If you choose airbrush tanning, then you'll basically be sprayed with a tanning solution. It dries on your skin's surface like self-tanner. This causes the outer layers of dead skin cells to darken. You'll want to be sure you moisturize regularly in order to hold the tan longer. Also, exfoliate before trying airbrush tanning. This allows your new skin to absorb the tan.