Pretty much what I expected, I must admit the color of the bottle is probably the worst I can imagine for a self tanner. There isn’t a woman alive who’s got her wits about her that wants to be orange. Just seeing the bottle is scary, seriously.
The product has a great 360 degree continuous spray nozzle that is excellent. You don’t have to rub and it dries quickly. You do have to remain naked while it dries, so keep that in mind.
The product should be layered on freshly exfoliated skin daily until you get to your desired color. Just like spray paint you want to keep a nice distance to avoid streaks. I’ve often thought these tanners should come with a guidestick that you could attach to the bottle that would remind the user to keep their distance. If you have the option of having someone help you spray that also works well.
I would vigorously recommend this product for the ease of use and overall bronze result, it took me about 5 times to get the deep color I’m looking for on my legs. The problem is I can’t not mention the AHA (Alpha Hydroxy Acid) that can increase your skin’s sensitivity to the sun. To L’Oreal’s credit it is clearly labeled on the back under “warning”. People will have to make a personal decision if it’s worth it.
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