What's Tan, How to Tan

  • What is tanning?

Skin Tanning is a natural reaction of human skin to ultraviolet radiation. In the process of human evolution, tanned skin is the body's self-protection from being burned by the sun.

Tanned skin has been the norm since ancient Greece and Rome, when people took pride in tanning their skin to a tan. Relatively speaking, the fashion of white as beauty has only been popular for a short period of time in history.

More than a hundred years ago, white skin might have represented abundance and pampering, but now it is seen as a sign of poor appetite and frailty.Thirty or forty years ago, black skin became popular again among European and American hipsters, but now tanning has become a natural and healthy way of life.

The extensive use of various tanning products and tanning machines has greatly reduced the chances of the human body forming sunburns or being burned under ultraviolet radiation, and tanning has gradually become popular with the assistance of more and more mature tanning techniques.

  • How to tan properly?

Now that the aesthetics are diversified, tanning has become a trend sought after by fashionistas. However, the correct knowledge of tanning has not yet been popularized. Many people think that sunbathing is tanning.

Many new skins are either black and white, like fading, or tanned into charcoal, lacking luster and aesthetics, and even sunburned and sunburned after exposure to the sun, causing deeper damage to the skin.

Tanning is basically divided into natural self-tanning and artificial self-tanning, and there is a big difference between the two. If you want to step into the door of tanning, you must figure out what tanning method is suitable for you.

  • Natural tan

That is, outdoor tanning, through the strong tanning ability of the ultraviolet rays in the natural sunbathing + Jeallis tanning gel, the melanocytes in the skin are transformed into melanin protein, and the skin appears dark after repeated exposure to the sun.

Outdoor tanning is affected by weather and places, so it is necessary to avoid periods when the sun’s ultraviolet radiation is relatively strong and UVB activity is relatively active, such as from 12:00 to 2:00 noon.


At the same time, try to apply sunscreen every 2 hours to avoid sunburn. Sunburn, erythema, edema, pain, and even blisters and other injuries. And try to do it in open places, such as seashores, grasslands and balconies, etc. Be careful not to do it on roads and forests to avoid being polluted by dust and toxic substances.

Time to sunbathe according to the season:
Spring and autumn - usually 9-12 am and after 3 pm;
Summer - usually before 10 am and after 5 pm;
Winter - usually between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm, not recommended when it is cold and windy.

Be careful not to expose to the sun for a long time, which will damage cell DNA, damage collagen, accelerate skin aging, and even cause skin cancer. If you feel nausea, dizziness and other discomfort during the irradiation process, you should immediately go to a cool place to rest and replenish water in time.

  • Artificial tan

Using tanning equipment for indoor tanning, by imitating the sun's ultraviolet radiation, but filtering out harmful rays to the skin, to achieve a safe and healthy tanning effect. By using the tanning machine + Jeallis tanning gel, you can independently choose the ideal skin tone such as bronze, wheaten, and chocolate. At the same time, the skin is delicate and shiny, and there will be no problems such as sun spots, wrinkles, and skin aging.

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