Expert Tips Beauty Bible - Body
“Use a mitt to apply your self-tan. The application will be even, subtle and gently buffed for a perfect finish.” – Nichola Joss, St. Tropez Skin Finishing Expert
“Skin care shouldn’t just stop at your face and neck. In warmer weather, it’s important to hydrate your body and trap in moisture all over, as skin can become dry due to sun exposure and time out in the surf and sand.“ – Dr Li-Chuen Wong, Consultant Dermatologist for Sydney Skin Newtown and Aveeno
“Exfoliate the night before a tan to remove any dead skin cells and ensure the skin’s surface is even. Pay special attention to your hands, elbows, knees and feet, as these dry areas tend to absorb tan the most.” – Jules Heptonstall, St. Tropez Global Skin Finishing Expert
“Moisturising is essential to keep your skin moist, supple and glowing in appearance. If you don't moisturise regularly, your skin can appear dry, dull and sallow.” – Dr Li-Chuen Wong, Consultant Dermatologist for Sydney Skin Newtown and Aveeno
Moisturise daily and gently exfoliate every few days after self-tanning to refresh your skin and help your tan to fade naturally.” – Nichola Joss, St. Tropez Skin Finishing Expert
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