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What to do for a spray tan?
Many would agree that a suntan gives a nice, “healthy” glow to your skin. However, more and more people understand the effects of sun damage like sunburn cancer and are turning to spray tanning to get that healthy glow. So what do you need to do to for a spray tan? Here, you’ll find how to prepare for spray tanning. This will help give you a dark spray tan and keep it – saving you time and money.
So, here are my tips for tan in a can – the ultimate in la tanning:
- It’s a good idea to exfoliate at home before you go for your spray tan because the spray tan actually adheres to the dead skin.
- If you have an excess of these dead skin cells, your spray tan will come off a lot quicker.
- Your tan will last a lot longer and will actually be darker if you exfoliate beforehand.
- Make sure you don’t have any make up or moisturizer on your body before going for a spray tan
- Shave or wax prior to getting a spray tan.
- Also, if you have dry skin, your tan won’t last as long.
- If your skin is oily, it actually will last longer because your skin will be more lubricated (and make it harder for the dead skin to come off).
After spray tanning, keep your skin moisturized with your favorite moisturizer (no fragrance).
Only exfoliate again once you start seeing “patches” or your tan is beyond the point of getting touched up.
Exfoliating before a spray tan is essential but did you know that exfoliating is also good at getting rid of a spray tan. First, soak in a warm tub. Tip: add a little baking soda to help loosen the tan.
Next, exfoliate your skin with your Nutt So Ruff exfoliating scrub bar. You can even use a little bit of lemon juice to help.
Once you learn how to care for your skin and your spray tan, you’ll enjoy your tan for a lot longer – saving you money in the long run! Get that dark spray tan you’re looking for. Finally, the perfect tan!!
Nutt So Ruff Body Bars contain 20% exfoliant – this skin exfoliator / body scrub was specifically designed for normal to oily skin for a gentle overall body scrub.
Body Scrub for Acne for ALL Skin types:
Clear skin seems to be a mere dream for some people. If you have had to deal with teenage acne and now have to deal with adult acne, it can be quite frustrating. It may be hormonal or due to stress but it sometimes doesn’t matter if you have oily skin, dry skin or normal skin. And, body acne (sometimes called “Bacne”) is very embarrassing. If you also have sensitive skin on top of your other “skin type” (i.e. oily, dry, normal), it can be doubly frustrating because the skin products offered may irritate you more than your neighbor who swears by the latest department store acne treatment. So, what do you do?
My suggestion is education. Learn about skin and the best way to care for it. Your skin is the largest and hardest working organ of your body so listen to what your skin is telling you. Everyone’s skin is different and reacts differently. Here is some fundamental information that is helpful to know.
Anywhere there is a hair follicle or a pore, you can get acne. This includes your back, neck, shoulders, chest, face, etc. Oil glands are larger on your face and chest and are more active at producing sebum (oil).
When there is too much sebum, you will get a pimple because the oil or dead skin can’t get out. This is where you can get blackheads, whiteheads, etc.
If you get blackheads, it’s recommended to discontinue using anything that has oil in it. This is because your pores will get clogged and your body will not be able to remove the dead skin naturally. Blackheads often occur in hair follicles and this is why it is recommended to exfoliate. Exfoliate about 3 times per week and do not wash your face more than 2 times per day.
Cool skin facts:
It has 19000 nerve cells, more than 1200 pain receptors, over 600 sweat glands, 19 yards of blood vessels, 60 hairs, 94 subaceous glands and about 19 million cells!!!!!
There are 3 layers to the skin:
Epidermis – the outside layer.
Dermis – the middle layer.
Subcutaneous layer – the inside layer.
The cells will migrate to the top of your epidermis. This can take up to a month to do!! As this happens, the old cells die and come to the outside layer. This dead skin will flake off naturally but sometimes needs help to do so. Every minute, we lose around 35,000 dead cells from the outer surface. In one year, that can total 9 pounds of dead skin cells!!!
Your skin is always making new cells. This process is called “desquamation”. As we get older, this process will take longer and longer to complete – which is why it’s recommended to exfoliate your skin. If your skin is dry, you will start to look dull because the dead skin will settle in the dry, cracked areas. If your skin is oily, it could lead to breakouts because the dead skin has a hard time sloughing off on its own- this is because the oil is sticky and doesn’t allow the dead skin to be removed naturally. Bottom line, you need a good body scrub with a good skin exfoliator!
For skin that’s truly breathtaking…
Nutt So Ruff Face bars contain 14% exfoliant – this gentle exfoliator provides just enough abrasiveness to exfoliate the sensitive skin on your face. It can also be used on the body if you have very sensitive or dry skin.
Nutt So Ruff Body Bars contain 20% exfoliant – this exfoliator was specifically designed for normal to oily skin for a gentle overall body scrub.
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Foot callouses and cracked heels are embarrassing. Whether it’s summer and you are always in sandals or winter where you’re always in socks, you still need to have proper foot care. Plus, it will make you feel better to know your feet are as perfect as can be.
No one wants rough skin anywhere on their body but it is especially a problem for your feet and heels. You need a good foot scrub and callous remover. Some people use the age old pumice stone. I find that it doesn’t work for me. I much prefer this cracked heel remedy to get smooth feet.
Steps to the perfect pedicure…this will help you remove foot calluses.
1. Soak your feet in warm water about 10 minutes.
2. Pat your feet dry.
3. Clip toenails.
4. Use your Nutt So Ruff Foot bar to remove any rough parts from your feet.*
5. Rub a little oil on your cuticles.
6. Push back your cuticles. Be careful.
7. Apply your favorite lotion (ensure your feet are dry).
8. Massage your feet.
9. Polish toes.
- For FEET that are truly breathtaking…
Our Nutt So Ruff Foot scrub includes 25% exfoliant – for the toughest areas! It’s better than using a pumice stone or stainless steel on your feet. Here’s a gentle, yet effective way to exfoliate your feet – it’s like getting a pedicure everyday!