If someone asks me which Gradual Tan I would choose that would be one of St. Tropez or La Mer. Of course – definitely La Mer But La Mer is a luxury you can not afford always At least not me
I do not use classic sunless, because they make my skin yellowish and then I look like a carrot… and applying the lotion equality doesn’t always work and then everything looks even worse – a disaster …
As I’m a big fan of La Mer, I did decide to give the self-tanning cream a try – even if it’s expensive. And of course, La Mer didn’t disappoint me – I love this brand now even more. Gradual Tan of La Mer is a self-tanning cream for every day – but that doesn’t mean you have to apply it every day; you apply the cream just until you reach the desired browning. After the first application I got only a very slight browning. But after the second, my skin had a very nice, light and regular tanning – very natural and not a little bit yellowish – just as kissed by the sun. The color stayed for about 5 days, faded equally, so no spots did appear. The smell is okay, but it smells slightly like bronzer. The only real downside is the price, and that at least two to three applications are needed to show an effect … 200ml go quickly away
That’s why I’ve been looking for an alternative and Gradual Tan of St. Tropez has convinced me. Unlike La Mer, I like the smell more and it costs only one-third. For me it smells like honey. The consistency is a bit thicker than at La Mer, so you have to apply the cream more careful to obtain a regular tan. But in the end you are rewarded with a natural tan. The tanner of St. Tropez is avaialble in two shades: one light to medium and the other medium to dark. I would recommend to by ‘medium to dark’. It gives you immediately the same color, as two or three applications ‘light to medium’ or La Mer would do. This saves money and cream. I use the lotion for body and face.
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