Liquid Bronze Self Tanning
Have used this for years, not so much as a tanner but a moisturizer every morning.
Always seems to make my face look smoother and glowing. Also, like that it is not
greasy as some tanners/moisturizers can be. Highly recommend!
February 28, 2014
Good, Even for Guys
I am 40+ years old and have been using this product for more than 4 years. I clicked a box that I would "recommend this to a friend", but that would mean I would have to tell a friend that I use self tanner. I am a VERY pale skinned person. I put this on my face probably 3 times a week. It does not look fake (I don't look orange), but keeps me looking like I was just embalmed. I highly recommend. It dries fast, doesn't have a strong odor.
January 13, 2014
No stain self tanner
This product is extremely light and has never left a residue or stain on clothing. You can feel safe in your wedding dress and no other moisturizer necessary!
June 29, 2013
Will NOT dry/breakout sensitive skin. Great color!
I'm a 30 yr old, frugal & very fair skinned girl. I'm talking FAIR! You can see my veins in my arms and the circles under my eyes are awful. I've tried, and I seriously mean this, every face self tanner I could find in stores over the years. I had all kinds of issues including allergic reactions (I don't do well with fragrances), turning orange, smelling like tanner, and the worst - SUPER dry skin. I eventually just accepted the dry skin was inevitable with face tanner. I'd have to deal with it because, let's face it, we all look better with some color. My skin tends to be oily around my nose and chin, dry everywhere else. I finally splurged on this after finding it raved on in multiple blogs & sites. Boy, I AM SO GLAD I DID.
A few notes: you do not need to use a pad/swab/etc - imagine how much you are wasting (I told you I was frugal). I just squirt some on my fingertips, dab it on a few spots on my face (cheeks, under eyes, forehead, nose & chin), then rub in with my fingers. Be careful to blend near, but not too much into, your hairline! Then, wash your hands!
I've found I do best, once I've achieved the color I want, when I apply a little (nickel sized) amount every night (though it is fine under makeup). If you put more on, (thicker, more generous amounts), you will get a deeper color. I suggest starting small because you can build up, but can't take away.
If you exfoliate, (I use clarisonic a few times a week), expect it to wash away your tan. After exfoliating, add moisturizer, let it sink in, then add tanner. I almost always also use this with moisturizer, but when I don't, I'm so pleased it DOES NOT DRY MY SKIN OUT. I've had no breakout or drying problems.
I've had this bottle for 6+ months and am somewhere between 1/4 or 1/3 through it. So, it lasts a while (if you don't waste it on a swab/pad).
I love love love this tanner, and even though I'm frugal, I'll forever gladly pay $35 a bottle. It's great. I now just need to find a travel size one.
I never-ever right reviews, but hope this helps someone - if I'd have found this all out years ago, I'd have saved myself a ton of trouble! Enjoy!
March 18, 2013