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St. Tropez' Self-Tanner Lotion is Meant to Be Applied in the Shower

 - May 30, 2015
References: sttropeztan & luxuo
Many people who are after a sun-kissed glow from a self-tanner find that they're left with streaks, sticky residue and orange-colored stains on clothes. Aiming to provide a remedy to all of these undesirable things, tanning brand St. Tropez developed a new product to deliver a 'Gradual Tan In Shower.'

After cleansing the skin as you normally would in the shower, the tanning product is actually meant to be applied to wet skin. Normally, many tanning products advise against this because you're likely to have water streaks and droplets show up, but the formula of this St. Tropez product lathers like a soap or body gel for full, even coverage. Once the product has been applied to the skin and it has set for three minutes, it can be washed off for a glow that looks and feels both clean and natural.