Collaboration with Vita Liberata.
Did you catch my post about the importance of SPF? If not, I recommend you take a peek as it makes some valid points about protecting your skin. Or you can stick around here and find out the benefits of sunless tanning and what products to use to achieve that golden summer glow.
I’ve had a particularly bad spot recently with my skin dryness so had to change up my routine a little. I scoured the shelves at Boots and came across the Sanex skincare range. The Dermo Hypoallergenic shower gel is perfect for avoiding skin irritation and works well with sore, broken skin that needs gentle bathing without harsh chemicals. Sanex have also brought out a new range specifically for severely dry skin that is prone to skin problems. I’ve been using the new Advanced AtopiCare body lotion along with the shower gel to combat the dryness and keep my skin feeling clean and refreshed and together they work a treat.
Looking after your skin is essential for sunless tanning as you run the risk of patches, more dryness and that longer lasting tan may escape you. It’s taken me a little longer then usual to get myself ready but the products above have helped massively. I’ve also used the Gladskin eczema cream and made sure to always use appropriate SPF.
The benefits of sunless tanning are huge, here are a few simple reasons.
- prevents premature aging
- avoid sunburn associated with sun bathing
- lowers risk of cancer (from using sunbeds)
I was lucky enough to be sent some Vita Liberata* goodies to try and test out and because they are focused on good skincare and bringing the likes of you and I a safe and healthy glow that we can enjoy all year round. Established in 2003 Vita Liberata aims to provide an odourlous, non-toxic, organic and paraben free product that can be used by any skin type and promises to create little moments of joy.
There are plenty of things you can do at home to ensure that you get that healthy, glowing skin from within too it’s not all just about prepping the skin, here are some things to think about.
- Eat vegetables
- Moisturise after tanning not before
- Apply sparingly to dry areas i.e hands, feet, knees
- Keep it natural
- Protect your skin
I’ve always loved the VL products and the new 10 minute tan is fab. I just pop on in the morning whilst eating breakfast and then shower it off 10-15 minutes later in the shower ready to start the day and the tan develops over the course of the day. The body blur is great for the face as with most tans, my face just doesn’t agree with tanning products designed for the body. I always end up looking strange so the HD body blur combats this and saves me from leaving the house looking very odd indeed.
How are you prepping your skin for tanning. Do you understand the importance and benefits of sunless tanning? I’d be interested to know what your thoughts are.