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Old 03-10-2011, 12:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Barrier cream

I searched and could not find the answer to this so i apologize if I missed it. I use barrier cream ( Vaseline lotion) to prevent however does anyone recommend one that won't fully block the solution ? I am perfecting feet but Want to see if I can use a cream for the top that will still let some penetrate.
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Re: Barrier cream

In the winter I have used a shea butter lotion for real dry areas. I woudl think this should work for you. Just put it on lightly.
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Re: Barrier cream

Hi Melissaw! Instead fo applying a cream to block some of the spray, try approaching it from a different perspective. Dont actually spray the tops of the feet, instead allow a little of the overspray from the legs to fall on top of the feet for a perfectly even and natural looking tanned feet application!! ;) have a good day!
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Use Suave Advanced Therapy. It's great for lightening the coverage on feet and also it's a great moisturizer to use all over to keep your tan longer.
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Re: Barrier cream

I believe its all in the spray technique. While at a training with Norvell they did a nice natural spray with no barrier cream at all. I went to a salon and got a spray an I used barrier cream on my hands and feet and because she sprayed those areas so heavy it still looked horrible and unnatural. So if your looking for a cream that won't totally block the solution I would reccommend Norvels barrier cream.
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