Jun 27, 2016
10 self-tanners worth trying this summer
By now you know that UV rays are bad news, but if you're craving a bronzy tan try using one of these glow getters. We've rounded up the latest and greatest no-steak self-tanners—time to get glowing!
St. Tropez Gradual Tan In Shower
When it comes to achieving an immaculate faux-glow, the Rolls-Royce of tanning brands is St. Tropez.This is a real solution for two of the biggest sunless-tanning woes: difficulty of application and how time-consuming the process is. With the introduction of Gradual Tan In Shower, used while you’re showering, you’re promised a streak-free glow in three minutes—can we get an amen! Water is typically the mortal enemy of self-tanners, however this in-shower formula is activated by wet skin lathers and glides on easily, with no help from sulphates, phthalates and parabens. The tan will develop gradually, and the colour deepens with regular applications. St. Tropez Gradual Tan In Shower, $35,
Fake Bake 60 Minutes Self-Tan LiquidSource: Fake Baked
If you're a self tanner pro, then this fast acting tanner is a must-try. The tan develops in one hour, once you start rinsing away the guide colour—and skin comes in contact with h20—an active tan accelerator is triggered to further achieve a rich dark tan. Fake Bake 60 Minutes Self-Tan Liquid, $32,
Jergens Natural Glow + Firming Daily MoisturizerSource: Jergens
If you're alabaster you might want to ease into a self-tanners, we suggest a gradual one. Jergen's has been mastering this categories for years, full colour develops in one week of daily use. Plus, the formula helps skin appear firmer while also leaving an ever so slightly sheen to the skin with mica. Jergens Natural Glow + Firming Daily Moisturizer, $13, mass-market retailers .