Redness after sunbathing or solarium is not the most pleasant phenomenon, so we learn to effectively cope with this problem and become the owners of beautiful bronze skin as quickly as possible!
Firstly, after the tanning bed, you should take a very cool shower. Hot water not only intensifies redness, but also destroys the delicate protective natural layer of the skin. Do not use a washcloth or sponge, except perhaps a nourishing and gentle shower gel (preferably with a neutral ph). Remember that showering after a tanning bed is a must.
Moisturize and soothe the skin: firstly, the tan will last a long time only if the skin is perfectly hydrated, and secondly, after exposure to ultraviolet radiation, your skin needs to urgently replenish its moisture supply! Look for light creams or gels with natural extracts such as chamomile, which are great for soothing skin and reducing redness. Do not use heavy nourishing creams, they are unlikely to help hide redness. It's great if you can find menthol products that will cool your skin and effectively reduce redness.
If you feel that apricot oil will work as well. They contain a huge amount of nutrients that will come to the rescue of your skin damaged by intense UV exposure.
With potential burns and redness after a tanning bed, various herbal infusions are excellently fighting: sage, the above-mentioned chamomile, parsley and celandine. In addition, brewed black or green tea is an excellent remedy, which needs to be soaked in cotton wool or gauze and applied to the affected areas for about 20-30 minutes.