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Sainsbury's Moisturising Self Tan

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I bought Sainsbury's Moisturising Self Tan in June, just before we went on holiday (so I could wear my shorts with confidence and not milk-bottle legs!) I moisturised all over half an hour before I applied it, for eveness, and needed the help of my other half to get my back bits! The instructions ... Read review

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Community Level 3noofer

noofer

stripey legs ARE the latest fashion

Advantagescheap and easy to use

Disadvantagesstreaked and stained

"I bought Sainsbury's Moisturising Self Tan in June, just before we went on holiday (so I could wear my shorts with confidence and not milk-bottle legs!) I moisturised all over half an hour before I applied it, for eveness, and needed the help of my other half to get my back bits! The instructions say to keep away from fabrics and water for at least 20 mins, which I just about managed to do, so there would be no staining. WRONG I kept away for the ..." Read review
25.10.2002

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Community Level 1marieshopper

marieshopper

Roll up Roll up Get your cheap as chips look here

AdvantagesA difference in colour..ORANGE ..!!!! supposed to be mousse was very runny

Disadvantagesstains clothes and everything you touch..goes very streaky the next day

"well well well what can i say about the enigma that is Sainsburys self mousse..It was on special so i thought i'd give it ago...It was quite cheap about £3 but it is still supposed to be a "MOUSSE" well i discovered that it wasnt really a mousse when i lightly shook it to find it coming out the end of the nozel..hmmm when pumping it out it was very runny "a bit like a can of old hair mousse you find in the back of your cupboard probably from 1995 ..." Read review
09.08.2004

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Community Level 2Alix23

Alix23

Effortless Tanning

Advantagesinexpensive, good colour & easy to apply

DisadvantagesNot very good for darker colouring

"As Iím pretty pale, donít really like sitting in the sun but want a healthy look (rather than colourless & pasty), self-tan seemed the way to go. A report in Which? recommended this one so I thought it would be a good one to start with. Itís enriched with vitamin E & wheatgerm oil so that it moisturisers quite well. You can use it on both the face and body and itís easily absorbed. There is a warning about staining on the label but I didnít find this ..." Read review
27.08.2000

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Long Name Moisturising Self Tan
Type Self Tanning
Manufacturer Sainsbury's

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