Fake it ’til you make it, am I right?
Okay, so you guys know I love self tanner and without it I would be pale as a ghost pretty much all the time year round (I get a little tan in the summer, but I’m talking a minimal amount of colour).
Although self tanners have definitely evolved over the years in terms of scent, they still kind of have that musty self-tanner smell which can be kinda gross to inhale while you’re sleeping or carrying on your business during the day. I recently chatted about St. Tropez’s Purity Self Tanning products, and if you liked that scent then I’m sure you’ll love their new Marshmallow one as well.
Available in their Self Tan Bronzing Mousse, the Whipped Marshmallow scent leaves your body smelling sugary sweet and much more pleasant than their usual formula (although the OG version has definitely evolved over the years).
This special-edition formula comes in a kit with their tanning glove, allowing you to apply it flawlessly. Other than the candy shop smell (which includes moisturizing marshmallow extract), it’s pretty much the same as their 10-day tan, which is a lightweight mousse which tailors to your individual skin tone for a natural and healthy-looking tan that lasts for 10 days.
This self tanner will give you a medium golden tan which is totally buildable the more you apply it. It’s quick drying and fairly non-sticky (it is sticky when you apply it but after a while it does dry down). St. Tropez says you can shower after four to eight hours, but I like to usually apply it before bed and then rinse off in the morning for maximum results. The formula is vegan friendly and made with 100 per cent naturally derived tanning active.
Overall, if you love the original bronzing mouse then you’ll definitely like this one since it smells much better and is such a joy to apply. Definitely look out for it in drugstores and give it a try, you’ll be wanting to apply it s’more! (Totally lame, but I just had to!).
Do you use St. Tropez’s bronzing mousse?
Please note, products sent by PR. All opinions are my own.
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