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St Tropez Gradual Tan In Shower Lotion Review

Hello all, hope everybody is enjoying the summer!

As many of you may know, I am exceptionally pale (which I still cannot find the reason for as the rest of my family tan easily) and after spending a fortnight lying n a beach I will still only have the smallest tan ever - forget tanning in the UK, I'll just burn.
But Elle, I hear you say, just fake it?
My problems is, even the 'no streaks' fake tans that I have tried have gone streaky, clearly due to user error but I simply cannot apply the stuff - even gradual tan body lotions.
UNTIL NOW
I don't think I can rave enough about this product. The St.Tropez Gradual Tan In Shower Lotion (that's a mouthful) is so easy and quick to use; just hop in the shower, apply the lotion (with the shower off) and wait 3 minutes (I clean my teeth or take off my make up) then rinse off!

Despite using this about 9 times so far, I have still never experienced streaks and my tan is still very natural looking. It also leaves your skin silky smooth so there is no need to moisturise afterwards - plus, you don't have to worry about getting orange stains everywhere!

I also collected feedback from the non - albino community and they found this just as brilliant as I have. However, if you want instant results, this isn't the product for you. The tan develops over the day (or night) after application and gives a healthy glow rather than a TOWIE tan.

The only downside for me is the price - £14.50. However, a little goes a long way and the tube is big (200ml). As far as I can tell, it is only available in Boots at the moment here: http://www.boots.com/en/St-Tropez-Gradual-Tan-In-Shower-Lotion-200ml_1690813/

Hope you have a great day :)
Elle xxx

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