Posted by Brule Ami on Friday, 14 February, 2020 04:14:33
A tanning itch will fade away in under five days especially if you don't overexpose yourself to the sun or go back into a tanning bed. You should also refrain from scratching the itch. This could break skin leading to infection.
You are doing damage to and dehydrating your skin. Tanning is awful for you and can lead to cancer and premature aging. That being said, if you insist on tanning, make sure you hydrate well before you go to your appointment. Also think about this,
Feeling itchy after tanning can be really annoying. This occurs as your tanned skin regenerates the skin cells that were destroyed or damaged during tanning. However, the irritation doesn't happen immediately after getting a tan. Most of the time, it takes a good 24 to 48 hours before you get itchy skin after tanning.
Many who try it for the first time simply assume that it takes nothing more than just lying down on a pleasantly warm bed for a set number of minutes, then voila, instant sun god or goddess. These
A rash that develops from the use of a tanning bed might not appear instantly. The rash can break out slowly, over a course of days, growing from a few itchy bumps to a wide, red band that's irritated and itchy. This is why identifying the tanning bed as the culprit can be difficult.
Itching after tanning tends to happen after the third session and can also occur if your time on the sun bed is too long. Try to tan less than once every other day and make sure you take a few days off if you start to feel itchy or get a rash.