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Satisfactory

AdvantagesCooling gel

DisadvantagesDoesnt do what it promises

...Although I do tan easily, every year, before go on holiday I look at my pale skin and wonder how a ta can ever be achieved. So, eager to do something pro active this yar, I bought a tan accelerator. THE PROMISES... This product is formulated to trigger the natural tanning process in the skin and to speed up the development of a natural tan and help it be deeper and last longer. It apparently...

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“TAN-TASTIC!”

published 25/08/2013

Advantageseffective, smells and feels nice, has an SPF (albeit a low one)

Disadvantagesquite expensive

...A BRIEF INTRO . . . I am a teeny wee bit obsessed with having a tan. I'm not tan-orexic by any means, don't get me wrong. I tan okay but never beyond a sort of pinky-golden colour, and it can take me a while to build that up. So I'm always on the lookout for products that help to accelerate the tanning process. A few years ago, a friend recommended Elemis tan accelerator to me, and so usually...

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Good

Advantageseasy to apply, builds up colour gradually

DisadvantagesNo SPF, I hated the smell, can still look streaky, can't close/lock the bottle

...when fake tans are available to purchase I always keep an eye out for new fake tan products. I saw the Bondi Sands range in Superdrug a few weeks ago and though it looked and sounded pretty good. I have also seen this brand appear on my Facebook page as well and the comments about the products seem quite positive. Rather than go for an instant tan I wanted something that builds up subtly and doesn...

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