It's the season again and I hear a lot of people are suffering from dry skin again. This is normal with the season changing from the summer to the winter now. I had written a blog post about this before when it changed from the winter to the summer time - click here to read my previous post. All you need to do is hydrate your skin more and one of my favorite creams are Shea Butter or Hempz lotions.
If you are not moisturizing and still want to spray tan, then one of the problems is that your body can not absorb the tanning solution as good and you might not feel dark enough with your tan outcome. In addition, your spray tan will fade very uneven and blotchy and it will also not last a week because when your skin is dry, your skin cells will shed much faster. I always say that the enemy of spray tanning is dry skin. So moisturize your body as much as possible and you will feel very happy about your spray tan and how it fades.
But I also want to mention that I do offer skin hydration treatment for extreme/very dry skin. This is a treatment that you can get in-between your sunless tanning appointments and it includes vitamins and nutrients.
The skin hydration treatment is sprayed on you the same way as the sunless tanning spray. Your skin will absorb the spray immediately and you will not feel sticky. The rehydrading spray nourishes, rejuvenates, rebuilds and replenishes your skin's bio-functions. It repairs damaged dry skin due to UV tanning or DHA drying.