I have used this product on my hands and feet. Personally, I recommended getting a hand and body scrub
(or use a mixture of sugar and olive oil), and exfoliating both your hands and feet and then using a really heavy moisturizer.
I put the tanner on my body first and use what is left on the mitt to rub down my hands, fingers, and feet.
When you do your fingers, make a fist at least one time to get the tanner in the wrinkles on the knuckles.
I made the mistake of forgetting those lovely finger wrinkles and it was rather comical looking.
Hope this helped and good luck!
answered 1 week, 2 days ago
I use this on my hands and feet I just use whatever product is left on my mit; so after my right leg id do my right foot, left leg left foot, right arm right hand and fingers etc etc and then I'd give my fingers, wrists and ankle a rub with my towel very lightly.
answered 2 weeks ago
I exfoliate and shave really well in the shower beforehand. I will even take the razor to my ankles to get all the dead skin off. Then once I get out I apply aveeno moisturizer to my hands, wrists, elbows, feet, and ankles (anywhere I feel that the self tanner will grab and go darker). I let that soak in for 5 minutes before I start tanning. Once i start, I work from my legs upwards (saving my arms until last). I use 2 pumps for Each body part. So 2 pumps on my thigh, and 2 pumps for my calf. I'll blend it in almost down to my ankles and when there's hardly anything left on my mitt then I will start blending it down my foot and ankle. Same for my hands. I'll apply it to my top arm first, then down my lower arm, making sure to not put any product directly on my elbow, just barely passing over it once I have hardly any product left from my upper arm. Then on my lower arm once there's not much product left I'll start blending down my hands and wrists. Make sure to bend your fingers and get in your knuckles and inbetween your fingers. Make sure you're just using what's left on your mitt after blending your entire arm. What you can do if you feel like too much got onto your hands or feet or ankles is take a dry wash cloth and buff it out. Just buff out your knuckles and wrists and ankles, just to ensure that you didn't apply too much. also the moisturizer really really helps! You must do that before you start.
answered 2 weeks, 1 day ago