Will This New Product Put An End To Fake Tan Fails?
We have a feeling 2020 might be the year we master fake tan once and for all.
It is safe to say the fake tan industry has progressed from the stinky, bright orange formulas of the past, and thank goodness for that. However, we are now faced with the surplus of choice as tanning mousse, lotion, gel, oil, and serum (the newest edition to the family) saturate the market. The newcomer has in fact proved itself to be worthy of a place on that list, as fake tan serum may be the answer to some skin concerns caused by other tanning products.
Self-tan is known to dry sensitive skin out, whilst oily skin may be more prone to breakouts. A well-formulated product that is light enough to add to your existing moisturizers, is the gamechanger we need. Cue fake tan serums (such as Tan-Luxe Super Glow Hyaluronic Self-Tan Serum or more affordable options like Isle of Paradise Hyglo Self-Tan Serum): Advanced formulas that feature skincare’s most potent ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, niacinamide, and peptides, as well as promises fewer streaks and very little smell. Need we say more?
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