Make the Most of your Tan
Tanning isn’t just about achieving that beautiful bronze color — it’s also about taking great care of your skin. Indoor tanning intensifiers and bronzers enhance your tanning capability while also providing extra care to your skin via intense moisturizers and skin conditioners. By getting the most out of your session it has been proven wearing a tanning lotion before tanning helps moisturize your skin to achieve maximum results. In fact, tanning products will speed up the process by increasing melanin production. (Melanin is what gives the skin and hair its color. Melanin is also called pigment.) This is what starts your tanning process.
"Type of Lotion?? There are different types? What 'TYPE' of lotion should I use?"
Yes there are different types! And we can explain the differences.
Maximizing your skin's natural color potential. Promote dark, bronze effect through color Activators
It can be hard to find the time to tan as often as you'd like - that's where the extenders come in. They will keep your skin hydrated improve the condition of the skin helping maintain your tan.
Bronzers / Natural Bronzers
These advanced formulas are packed with nutrients and exotic skin care ingredients to boost the tanning process and improve the condition of your skin. They both accelerate and extend your tan.
To make skin feel refreshed while experiencing a cooling effect. This will activate and enhance skin's natural color potential.
This lotion has a tingling sensation for a deeper darker color when applied to the skin. The lotion warms up the skin, increasing the circulation throughout your body. The more circulation you have the better you tan.
These lotions have a warming and soothing sensation, supporting skin cell oxygenation. (boosting oxygen with increasing the energy levels in your skin speeding up your tanning process)
Specialty – We also carry a multitude of different products with specific uses to improve your tanning experience.
Come on in and let our professional skin care consultants at Tanners Cove help you pick the best mix of products for your skin and personal taste.
"Vitamins are also a popular addition to moisturizers. Among the most commonly used vitamins in creams and lotions are A, C, D and E. Vitamin A helps keep skin soft, lubricated and healthy looking; vitamin C is supposed to act as a preservative; vitamin D is believed to have certain skin healing and UV-blocking properties; and vitamin E is used primarily as an antioxidant to help maintain product freshness. Antioxidants also may slow down the skin’s aging process." -quoted from lookingfit.com