No matter how much I go tanning, the area around my armpits is always a lot lighter than everything else. Any ideas how to get it matched up with the rest of me? Thanks.
I burn very easily, and it normally only takes about two hours in the sun with high SPF for me to fry. If I use a tanning bed for about five minutes, how much time in the sun would that be equal to?
By the way, I have to tan — I’m going to the Caribbean on a cruise over the summer, and if I don’t add a bit of color, I will probably die there; or at least be forced to stay in my room the entire time.
I don’t need a lecture, people. I know it’s dangerous. Please, just answer the question. That’s all I’m here for.
?Glock Girl? asked:
I have light, almost fair skin with a tendency to tan, then burn if overexposed. I want to start tanning in the sun but am not sure how much time to start with and how often. I have plenty of experience with this in a tanning salon, but I know the sun is very different from a tanning bed. I will be using a level 1 tanning lotion, and of course I want the best results, and a deep dark tan. Any help is appreciated, no lectures on skin cancer please.
I want to start tanning again in tanning beds and im looking for a tanning lotion that gives me a nice deep dark color but not extremely deep….any ideas?
How many tanning sessions on a tanning bed will it take me to achieve a dark tan?
How long will it take me to achieve one outside naturally?