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St Tropez In Shower Gradual Tan Review

St Tropez In Shower Gradual Tan
St Tropez In Shower Gradual Tan has to be most talked about product of the summer. So when I saw that In Style magazine are currently giving away a 50ml sample I had to pick up a copy and try it for myself.


Application

This morning I hopped in the shower and did my usual routine. Then I brushed off the excess water and applied the St Tropez In Shower Gradual Tan from my feet up to my face in circular motions creating a bit of a lather. I turned off the water, hopped out of the shower and used my iPhone as a stopwatch to time 3 minutes. Then I turned the water back on, hopped in the shower and rinsed the cream off.

Verdict

Application was quick and easy and I really didn't find the hopping in and out of the shower too much of an inconvenience, although others might. There's absolutely no tackiness and my face has remained shine free all day with no sign of breaking out. My skin just feels lovely and moisturised. 

This is the best smelling tan I've ever used with only a very, very faint biscuit smell. There have been no complaints from the chap and I literally had to sniff my arm to notice a very slight scent.

The St Tropez has left a hint of natural looking colour with absolutely no streaks. If you're very fair skinned (like moi) or want to give your tan a bit of a boost I'd highly recommend this.

St Tropez In Shower Gradual Tan is currently on offer at Boots for £9.67 for 200ml (usual price £14.50). I think a full sized tube would probably deliver between 5 and 7 full body applications. That's pretty expensive for a gradual tan but there's no denying that it's darn convenient. I'll definitely be buying the full size version. 

Have you tried the St Tropez In Shower Gradual Tan yet? What did you think?

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