Step 1 - Exfoliate your Skin
Having gorgeous, clean skin is great but not if there are lots of dead skin cells determined to cling onto it! Exfoliation removes dead skin cells on the surface of your skin, unclogs your pores and prevents uneven skin tone which is, as you can imagine, of upmost importance when self-tanning. Exfoliate in the shower or bath by using a loofa and some heavenly body scrub to get the ultimate results. However, if you would prefer to try dry skin brushing instead, then sit naked in the bath or shower and use a good body brush on your skin to make long brush strokes in the direction of the heart. This not only removes dead skin cells but filters toxins and helps to fight the much-feared cellulite too. Bonus!
Step 2 - Cleanse your Skin
Before applying fake tan it’s vitally important to have clean skin. By making sure you have a relaxing bath or shower with some of your favourite spa products and using a good cleanser on your face you will make sure you have thoroughly eliminated all residual dust and dirt as well as dead skin cells. It’s the perfect way to follow on from exfoliation or dry skin brushing and really makes sure your skin is summer fresh and ready for the next part of the process.