I recently got burnt, now im peeling. how long should i wait to go tanning to even out my tan?

My prom is coming up, and i dont wanna be all different colors. But i also dont want to go tanning and get burnt again. I just want to know how long i should wait to go tanning or layout.

5 Answers

  • HeyHeyYouYou
    1 month ago

    You should recover from this burning episode, then go get a safer and more reliable spray tan if you feel like you want to be a bit tanner.

    I wouldn’t take my chances with burning.

  • doitforscotty
    1 month ago

    Wait until your skin is completely healed, without any redness, peeling, or burning/itchy feelings. And start slow when you start tanning again – if you use a bed, drop down a level from where you were before. If you go outside, lay out for a shorter length of time

  • emt_me911
    1 month ago

    You need to wait until the burn has fully healed and you have completely stopped peeling. Going out in the sun again or back to a tanning bed is burning already-burned skin and not giving it a chance to heal. That can leave scarring.

    Ask me how I know this. I still have burn scars across my stomach and this happened years ago. I had second degree burns (blisters) from my shoulders to my knees.


  • ?
    1 month ago

    Don’t go tanning again until you stop peeling. I have made that mistake before. and hopefully your burn will turn into a tan.

  • Britt14sbswim
    1 month ago

    I’d say to stay on the safe side 2 weeks. if you wanna go into “danger zone” a week.

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