Taking up swimming? You’ll need a spray tan
Swimming could very well be your get-fit hobby this summer. And no, it won’t make your spray tan completely come off. Contrary to popular belief, you’ll still have a sun-kissed complexion well after leaving the pool – which is just one of the many reasons why you should consider getting a spray tan before taking up swimming. Aside from the fact that your bronze skin will stay intact after you’ve taken a dip, let’s look at three reasons why you should consider spray tanning when taking up swimming.
Don’t worry about your white bits being on show for all to see as you slip into your swimming costume. Thanks to spray tan you’ll be able to sport a consistent shade across your whole body whenever you’re in the pool. This should also give you a more professional look, something which might very well make you push yourself further as a result.
Swimming is a great way to stay healthy, it’s just unfortunate that many initially feel self-conscious when they get in the pool in their bathing suit. Thankfully you won’t have to feel worried about judgmental eyes on you if you’ve enlisted the help of spray tan. This is because once the solution is applied it will hide imperfections like dry skin and blotches, giving you every reason to feel proud as you enjoy the water.
You might find that your muscles feel achy after your first few sessions in the pool. In particular, your triceps and quadriceps can feel tender. Luckily you’ll be able to counteract this soreness by using spray tanning solution. Just applying the solution can be soothing and feel on par with a massage. In addition, your skin won’t feel as tight once all the solution is on because it will provide some much-needed moisture.
The perfect combo!
Who knew just how much swimming and spray tanning could go hand-in-hand? Whether you’re only now thinking about taking up swimming or whether you’ve been doing it for a while, you can surely benefit from the amazing range of paraben-free spray tan products available at French Indulgence.