OK to use on top of a spray tan?
I am a serious sweater (dripping, literally) all over my "trunk" (back, under breasts, underarms. I want to use this for a wedding in July to avoid wet spots through my bridesmaids dress. Has anyone swiped it over a spray tan? Will it take it off and look streaky? Can I put light body makeup/shimmer over it? Thanks!
asked 6 years, 1 month ago
(Santa Rosa, CA)
on MED e TATE antiperspirant wipes
I'm pretty sure that, with most spray tans, that as long as there is at least 24-48 hours between the time when you got your spray tan and the time that you apply this product, it shouldn't affect your spray tan at all. Just make sure to let the product dry because otherwise you may stick to yourself and that might have some negative effects on those sprayed tan areas.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
It dries almost as soon as you put it on. I've never used it with spray tan but I've put it on while using tanning products on my face and it didn't streak. If it were me I would put it on the the night before.
answered 4 years, 9 months ago
I'm a regular (weekly) spray tanner myself and your equal in the perspiration area and intensity. This product is a total waste of your money. With your upcoming wedding, see a dermatologist. While I cannot put the name of the liquid rx in this answer due to the site regulations, it's the most common prescribed. Works wonder. It can burn though so read the directions very carefully. While this Med e Tate product didn't cut down on any of the wetness (and left me smelling less than fresh), it didn't affect my spray tan though - no drips or runs. Happy Nuptials!
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
(Johns Creek, GA)
I would try this in advance a few times with a white shirt of similar material if the dress is light. If the dress is dark, it might not make a difference anyway We were just at a wedding where there was some sort of chemical reaction (NOT with this product) where the bride's makeup made an orange mess at the back of her dress, even though she had been assured by everyone involved in her makeup (and a variety of make up artists) that nothing would budge. '
I'd feel much better testing it out in advance before possibly damaging a dress.
Maybe after the wedding you could respond back here so others would know what happened.
answered 6 years ago
(ATLANTA LOOKS GREAT THIS TIME OF YEAR)
I use self-tanner and it did not affect it... I would highly recommend it.
answered 6 years, 1 month ago