How do you wash a tanning mitt in the washing machine?
You can either hand wash your mitt with warm (not hot) water, or even easier, chuck it in the washing machine on a 30 wash. If you’re extra lucky your machine may have a quick wash on 30 thank you washing machine gods! When the cleaning ritual is complete, lay your tanning mitt out flat to dry or hang.
Can you put a tanning mitt in the dryer?
Air drying your tanning mitt is best because the dryer can can cause it to shrink or break as well. If you are a frequent tanner, you might find that the mitt needs to be replaced about once every three months.
How do you clean a St Tropez tanning mitt?
Tropez Spray, hold the can approximately six inches away from your skin and spray all over. -Blend with the Tan Applicator Mitt for an even coverage. -The mitt should be washed in warm soapy water after each use and dried away from heat sources.
How do you clean Bondi Sands tanning mitt?
Apply desired amount of Bondi Sands product to the mitt. Rub on to skin in a circular motion for streak-free, even coverage. Rinse mitt with warm water and allow to dry naturally, without applying heat.
What can I use instead of a tanning mitt?
Using socks to apply the tanner
In fact, numerous socks can work as well as a tanning mitt, which allows you to apply the self-tanner without the risk of soiling your hands. Make sure to turn the sock inside out, then apply the tanner on your skin and use the sock to spread it out.
Can I use my tanning mitt if it’s green?
A. It is totally normal for your Mitt to turn green! This is caused by a reaction of the color correcting pigments in the self-tanner reacting to the sponge. It does not affect the outcome of the tan.
How often should you wash a tanning mitt?
If you are a frequent tanner, you might find that the mitt needs to be replaced about once every three months. On the other hand, if you tan less frequently you can get great use from the same mitt for over six months or more.
Do I have to use a tanning mitt?
While a mitt is useful, it’s not entirely necessary. Many people apply self-tanner with other items if they do not have access to a mitt. Some people use their hands, but unless you want hands and nails that look like Cheetos, you should definitely use one of the following alternatives!
Can you reuse a tanning mitt?
As long as you care for your tanning mitt properly there’s no reason why you can’t continue to use it over and over again. However, if you use fake tan more than every two weeks or so you may find that it needs replacing in six months. Don’t put your tanning mitt in the washing machine as this could alter the shape.