Dry skin from spray tanning?

March 8, 2016

 

It’s important to be careful about moisturizing your skin during the summer, especially if you have an airbrush tan. DHA-friendly, alcohol-free moisturizers and tan extenders are best: but what about body oils?

The truth is that most of the body oils on the market are unsuitable for use on skin, regardless of whether or not it’s been coated with a spray tan. That’s because they contain mineral oils and/or petroleum by-products that clog pores. Worse still, they can also strip a spray tan from the skin and cause unsightly splotches.

NG’s Anti-Aging Body Oil is good for your skin and your airbrush tan. Formulated with avocado, sweet almond and sesame oils and enriched with vitamin E, it helps soothe dry, cracked skin while minimizing the look of fine lines, wrinkles and scars.

Many spray tan clients use our body oil after a shower to seal moisture into their skin. It’s an excellent complement to NG’s Anti-Aging Tan Extender, which can be used in rotation with the body oil.

Our Tan Extender contains anti-aging peptides that rebuild damaged collagen and help keep skin looking soft and supple. We also make a Tan Extender with Bronzers that contains DHA to give your tan an extra boost of glowing color.

Like everything else we make, our Anti-Aging Body Oil and Tan Extenders are PETA and vegan-certified. This means they’re cruelty-free and gentle enough to use on even the most sensitive skins. Looking beach-bronzed and beautiful even during the drying heat of summer is easy with New Gorgeous – ask for our products by name!

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