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22.7.13

L'oreal Sublime Bronze Gradual Tan Moisturiser

L'oreal Sublime Bronze Gradual Tan Moisturiser

L'oreal Sublime Bronze Gradual Tan Moisturiser

L'oreal Sublime Bronze Gradual Tan Moisturiser

As I don't sunbathe at all I do like to look like I've got a bit of colour about me so normally opt for Fake Bake Mousse - which I love. I was on the lookout however for a product I could build up during the week, and something a bit more durable than a 'normal' fake tan. So enter L'oreal Sublime Bronze Gradual Tan Moisturiser. 

Designed as a everyday moisturiser to build up and give you a tan.  As you can see below it's a white cream, so I didn't have high hopes for much colour as I'm used to my tanning lotions and potions to be (dark) brown. The smell is fairly subtle for a tanning product too which is always a result, and it didn't leave any smell on my skin. I just smelt like I had moisturised - I hope. I applied this at night, as recommended, and it didn't say to leave it to dry so I got straight into my pjs. 

In the morning I was shocked what a golden colour my skin was. Much more than I ever expected for a gradual tan, plus no streaks or any flaws that I could notice. This wonderfully rich colour stayed on my skin for days. I'm talking 5-6 days of good colour. People kept commenting how tanned I had got... I didn't have any removal issues either, no flakeyness or patches formed and this just came off with a bit of exfoliating. 

I still love the deep colour of Fake Bake bit if your after a gradual tan I really can't recommend this enough, it's worth the money and I completely love it.

L'oreal Sublime Bronze Gradual Tan Moisturiser - £4.66 on offer at Boots

Have you tried L'oreal Sublime Bronze Gradual Tan Moisturiser?




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