Even if you don't want to sit in the sun for hours at a time (which isn't the best idea for maintaining wrinkle free skin or good health), there's always self-tanner to add some color to your complexion.
A spray booth is a wonderful addition to the tanning salon market and is worth a try if you want perfectly custom color and results from a self-tanner.
If you want a faux tan but have trouble applying self-tanner without embarrassing telltale lines, a spray on tanning booth is a wonderful alternative.
Applied with a fine mist, it provides both a golden pigment for an instant glow and the self-tanner chemicals for the longer lasting tan.
Self-tanner can look streaky or orange if the application is rushed or an incorrect shade is used.
To minimize their appearance without trying to fade them, consider using a self-tanner instead.
It also imparts a natural glow to the skin, thanks to a light dose of self-tanner.
Smooth out your skin tone with firm exfoliation and self-tanner.
Coppertone unveiled the first quick self-tanner in 1960.