6 Helpful Tips on How to Tan in the Sun for 30 Minutes


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Tanning naturally is definitely the most common and most inexpensive way to get your skin tanned. When getting a tan in the sun, your skin darkens with the help of UV rays. However, tanning outside as well as artificial methods pose a few risks to your body and health and you should therefore know the right steps to prevent yourself from some harmful rays the sun emits. Here are some tips on how to tan in the sun for 30 minutes.

Tan in the Sun for 30 Minutes

Tan in the Sun for 30 Minutes

Tip #1 – Awareness is Vital

If you want to tan using natural means, that means soaking under the sun’s rays, you must first know the risks this may pose. You were misinformed if anyone says that there is such a thing as safe tanning because there isn’t. All you can do is take some precautionary measures but you can never totally get rid of the dangers related to the UV rays. You should know that tanning can cause painful sunburns, skin damage, untimely wrinkles and worse, skin cancer.

Tip #2 – Sunscreen Should Be Used

Always wear a sunscreen that contains SPF or sun protection factor. The ideal SPF should be at least 15; better if it is higher. Applying the sunscreen should be at least 20 minutes before you bask under the sun. If you are going to swim, sweat a lot or play water sports, make sure that the sunscreen you are wearing is waterproof. Sunscreens usually lose their efficacy after the 80th minute, so if you are going out for a 30-minute tanning session, you will only need to apply the product once. However, if you plan to expose yourself longer, apply sunscreen after the 80-minute mark is up.

Tip #3 – Sunglasses for the Eyes

The UV rays can damage the eyes. Therefore, do not forget to protect them by wearing sunglasses or shades during a suntan.

Tip #4 – Where to Tan

You can get a tan from the sun practically anywhere that you wish to. The most common people would go to get a tan is on the beach or lying down on a swimming poolside. Sometimes, you could simply lie down on your backyard or if you want to be doing something while getting a tan then you can play outdoor sports or do some gardening.

Tip #5 – Dress the Right Way

It is important for you to know the right type of clothing to use when sun tanning. If you are going to expose yourself to the sun for thirty minutes, tan lines will surely develop so you should dress fittingly. On the other hand, if you are doing yardwork or gardening, use sleeveless tops (for females) so you would not have to get the quite unattractive “farmer’s tan”. If you are a man, then you can go bare top.

Tip #6 – Lotion to Moisturize

Every time you get a tan, you should not only apply sunscreen to your skin but also moisturizing lotion. Lotions can keep your skin hydrated/moisturized and will help prevent it from dryness and flakiness.

It is not that costly and difficult to tan in the sun for 30 minutes. However, you should be aware not to expose your skin for too long. Half an hour is enough most especially if you are just lying around and not doing anything.

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