St Tropez Q&A – The Answers Are In!

This week at we are celebrating St. Tropez! Tan now, since the sun is starting to peek out from behind the clouds more often.

We asked St. Tropez Tanning Expert Jules Heptonstall for the golden guidelines to the perfect tan after our Twitter followers and Facebook fans gave us their queries on how to get the ideal tan with self-tanning products. At events such as London Fashion Week, The X-Factor, Strictly Come Dancing, and many shoots for glossy magazines, Jules has worked behind the scenes as a bronzer, making sure that models and celebrities have the ideal glow.

We would want to express our gratitude to everyone who took the time to address their queries to us and send them in. We came to the conclusion that the person who posed the question that we liked the most should be awarded a St. Tropez Bronzing Bundle. Continue reading to learn the exclusive tips and tricks that tanning professionals use, and to find out whether you are the fortunate winner of this giveaway…

@Suziehx asked: How do you keep your tan from causing your pores to get clogged?

A) Our brand new self-tanner for the face is developed with non-comedogenic technology, which means it does not clog pores in the skin. To use it, just apply the product with an applicator mitt and let it develop over the course of 8 to 12 hours. In order to minimise the appearance of pores after tanning, it is recommended that you wash your face with ice water immediately before to tanning.

When applying fake tan to guys, is it necessary to massage it in between the hair follicles? (Tweet this question to @rebeccapyne).

A) The Man Tan is a therapy that is gaining in popularity, and as a result, a growing number of men are choosing to avoid tanning beds in favour of this option, which is safer, in order to get that all-over healthy glow.

It is possible to lengthen the time that a tan lasts by making sure that the necessary preparations are made. Applying St. Tropez Body Polish to your skin and rubbing it in will help remove any dead skin cells and produce an even surface. You may do this in the shower. Pay extra care to the regions that are the dry, such as your hands, knees, elbows, and feet.

If this is your first time getting a tan, sometimes known as a “tanning virgin,” getting a treatment from a professional may be the safest and most effective option for you. A spray tan will typically take between 20 and 30 minutes, however this time frame might vary depending on the salon. You can find tanning salons with booths just about everywhere, from your neighbourhood gym to the spa at your hotel, which means that you can quickly stop in for a treatment after you work out or while you are travelling for work.

A self-tanning mousse is an excellent product to use while working with body hair. When applying the initial coat of a product that has a mousse consistency, I typically use three pumps per limb and apply it using an applicator mitt. The air-infused lightweight product can smoothly slide into your skin and through the body hair, and the mitt ensures uniform application and, as a result, a streak-free finish. When using a product with a gel composition, gloves are required; nevertheless, the gel may be rubbed into the skin, and the resulting colour will be fantastic and long lasting. A pair of gloves or an applicator mitt is an essential piece of equipment for tanning since they prevent golden palms and other telltale indicators of overexposure to the tanning solution.

After applying self-tanner, you will need to wait between 8 and 12 hours for the recipe to fully develop before washing it off. It is essential that during this time you do not take a shower or participate in any activity that would cause you to sweat since doing so might cause the colour to fade and damage the tan. Applying a moisturiser with an aloe vera base after you get out of the shower every day can help keep your skin and your tan moisturised, which is the key to achieving an even fade and preventing a patchy or scaly appearance as your tan fades.

@BBronzedTan asked: I know that you shouldn’t spray tan when pregnant; but, is it safe to self-tan during pregnancy?

A) Our brand-new sensitive range is safe for pregnant women to use, as shown by clinical testing; it is available in lotion, mousse, and spray tan formulations. It is essential to keep in mind that the hormones in your body will modify the texture of your skin during pregnancy, which will also have an influence on the degree to which the self-tanner will alter the colour of your skin. Because of this, you could notice certain changes in your skin’s pigmentation. If you are worried about the effects of tanning on your pregnancy, you should see your midwife before using tanning lotion.

@DavidVanWheeler posed the question: Even if you use a fake tan, is it possible to still obtain a sun tan, and can you still apply regular sunblock or protection?

A) Absolutely. Your skin will have the appearance of having a natural tan after using self-tanner, but your skin will not be protected from the sun. For this reason, it is essential to apply an SPF product on top of your self-tanner, exactly as you would usually do. You may get a spray tan before you leave on vacation, and then as your natural tan deepens over the course of your trip, the colour of the spray tan will gradually go away.

**The Winning Question** >>>>>

Charlotte H, a fan on Facebook, wanted to know why she usually ended up with streaks on her legs after applying fake tan. I never get it correctly

A) The use of a mitt ensures that the self-tanner is applied evenly, resulting in a faultless finish. Applying the product to your legs with a mousse and a glove will provide the smoothest application possible and excellent results. If you would rather use a spray, just apply it in an upward and downward motion down your legs and mix it in with the applicator mitt.

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