8 tricks to prolong your tan

8 trucos para prolongar el bronceado

Do you want to prolong your tan?

From Maystar Cosmética we give you 8 keys so that you can achieve a golden tone after the vacations and face the return to routine with a better face.
  1. Take care of your diet: It is important to have a diet rich in vitamin C and E and beta-carotene, which stimulate and promote the secretion of melanin in the skin. Foods such as carrots, tomatoes, spinach, mango, watermelon or kiwi are key to maintaining a tan.
  2. MoisturizeUse our tanning cream Hydrovect 02 to moisturize the skin and avoid flaking and dehydrated areas. It is essential to keep the cells well hydrated to prevent premature aging caused by solar radiation.
  3. WaterYou should drink plenty of water to hydrate the skin from the inside, improve its elasticity and help lighten dark circles under the eyes.
  4. Tea infusionWash your face with a tea infusion and then moisturize it so that it does not dry out.
  5. Peeling: removing dead skin cells will help you maintain your tan for longer. Use the Double Renewal Peeling from the Glycosure Care line to exfoliate your skin and face.
  6. Sun protectionIt is very important to sunbathe responsibly, protecting yourself from the sun's rays and avoiding sunburns that end up deteriorating skin cells. Use Sun Supreme Care to protect yourself from the sun and keep your skin healthy. To learn more about how to use sunscreen, we invite you to read our article "How to take care of your skin to get a good tan".
  7. AftersunApply an aftersun every day to prolong your tan. Some incorporate natural ingredients, such as aloe vera, which facilitates the regeneration of cells that have been damaged by the effect of sun exposure.
  8. Self-tanning productsThe main ingredient in self-tanning creams and lotions is dihydroxyacetone (DHA), which is extracted from sugar cane and acts directly on the surface of the skin, providing a uniform pigmentation very similar to that of melanin. Apply the self-tanner after exfoliation.