Spring Tanning with Skinny Tan

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We’ve been seeing little peeps of sunshine here or there in the UK and Spring is here. I'm ready for dresses, bare legs and the outdoors. Prep is key, so I've shaved, scrubbed and tanned. 

Skinny Tan is one of my most used tans and has been for several years. They've introduced a product which is going to transform our tanning routine. 

When I first heard about their new Dry Mist Finishing Spray, I'll admit I was sceptical. I already have my tanning routine down to a fine art, do I really need to add in another product?

The answer is yes. So I'll set the scene. You've tanned top to toe and you’re ready to climb into bed. But your tan is sticky and you know it will be sticking to your sheets. Dry Mist Finishing Spray is a lightweight, breathable body powder that helps prevent transfer caused by sweat or heat. Imagine in the summer, we're allowed outdoors and the outfit is planned. You need to tan but it's humid and hot outside. The mist is your new best friend for times like this. Just thinking about sweaty backs of knees and inner elbow creases makes me cringe. The Dry Mist will help keep these worries at bay. 

I used the mist following application of the Skinny Tan Wonder Serum. It's a 30 second step. Mist over areas of the body you've tanned and it dries almost instantly, locking your tan in place. It also has a delicious coconut and vanilla scent which is really pleasant. 

I teamed the mist with the Skinny Tan Wonder Serum, but Skinny Tan recommend you can use the Dry Mist with any tan to lock it in place. 

Wonder Serum combines skincare with tanning, the very best kind of formula. Vitamin E softens the skin and can assist with reducing fine lines and wrinkles. Aloe Vera helps to hydrate skin which is important when tanning your body. 

As always, Skinny Tan is cruelty free and vegan. Have you tried Skinny Tan?

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