We are all different – and so is our skin. Normally, your skin type would not matter in regards of self tanners. But it does, when you use high quality self tan that creates a natural tan. Using self tanners, where your tan is created by your skin, so others cannot tell whether it is a fresh ‘natural’ tan, time spent in the sun or usage of a high quality self tanner – like the Boë products. When using products like Boë’s, the products are activating the melanin in your body, which means it activates the tan like the sun does. This is why it is important to choose the right self tanner for your skin, application and maintenance – especially when looking for a natural self tan for light and fair skin. Here it is good to remember, that a good self tanner for fair skin, is a gradual tanner.

If You Have a Fair Skin…

Then the best natural self tan for light and fair skin will in the beginning be a softer tanning product. Start slowly and build from there. The efficiency of the product will be less. The contrast between before and after will equally be less and so will the demand for accuracy in applying. This will make you feel more comfortable when initiating your tanning routines, simply because you will get a more even tanning result from the beginning. Your tan will be build up gradually, which will make your tan more natural looking. Usually it also takes a few tries to get your personal applying technique 100%. When you have figured out your routine and build up a slight tan, you can start using more per body part as well as increase the frequency, until you reach your favourite natural tan level.

We find Boë’s products as giving you the best tan for pale and fair skin

“When you have a fair skin, then we will recommend a mix of The No.1 Tan Drops and No.3 Tan Lotion – used separately.”

Boë Beauté

When It Comes to The No.1 Tan Drops…

Then gradual self tanning is the best way to a natural self tan for fair, light and pale skin. We recommend you to start with our No.1 Tan Drops. By using two drops per body part in the beginning. You have to drop the drops in your favourite moisturiser and mix it together. After you have mixed it together, then you apply it gently to your face or your designated body part, as you would do with your normal moisturiser – though with an extra attention to an even distribution. If you want to start carefully, then start with your legs only. By starting with the legs, you can test how your skin is responding and get a feeling of how to apply. Then wait for two days and then apply once more. You can consider to do the same for the rest of the body or wait for the third time and then go for a full body. When you feel that you know your applying technique and how your skin is responding; then go for the entire body and the face.

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