How To Remove Winter Tan: Here Are 3 Things That You Can Use

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / Feb 19, 2021

If you think tanning only happens in summers when your skin gets exposed to the sun for a longer time, you are wrong. Tanning can happen in any season be it monsoon or winters. The UV rays can affect the skin and cause tanning. People love to soak up some sunlight in winters but sitting too long in the winter sun can also cause tanning. As the winter season is on, we would like you to take care of your skin and protect it from the damaging UV rays. This video mentions three remedies to reduce tanning in winters. Follow this list to fight tanning in the cold season:

  • Coconut Oil- To form a protective shield on the skin in winters, apply coconut oil before going out. Apart from protecting against tanning, it would also moisturise the skin to prevent winter dryness.
  • Cocoa Butter- You can use products with cocoa butter in winters to keep tanning at bay. Make a cream with melted cocoa butter, coconut oil and rose water. Apply this to your body before going out.
  • Sesame oil and Avocado oil- To treat tanning, you can also mix sesame seed oil and avocado oil. Apply this on your skin to hydrate it and prevent tanning.

These are three winter tan removal tips that you can try to keep the skin protected from tanning and dryness.

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