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There are many tans for almost all skin types but when it comes to an oily and rashy skin,there is usually a challenge as this skin might be affected by tans especially those designed for non-sensitive skins.
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Actually they say that people with oily skin, tan much faster than other skin types- also you could try some organic coconut oil, when you go out for your tanning sessions as well. Coconut oil does not have all those harmful chemicals in it, like a lot of tanning lotions. Also people with oily skin produce more sebum and because of this, so you can keep your tan longer as well.
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It would be preferable to first find out the cause for rashes and deal with it. Tanning is. in my opinion, just for beauty and does not improve one's health in any way. Oily skin does not necessarily promote a rash. It has more to do with one's diet.
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This can be quite difficult especially for an oily skin but you should check for something not too moist.
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Best tanning for me is going out in the sun and use organic skincare products.
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