Hang on.. an in-shower self tan? Hmm.. not quite, as it turns out. I have to say I was thinking more along the lines of the Nivea In Shower Moisturiser for this new innovation from St Tropez, but it’s not quite so simple. Basically, what St Tropez In Shower Gradual Tan boils down to is a self tan that you apply to damp skin. So, at the point that you’ve showered, you need to remove yourself from the water flow to apply the product and wait three minutes before showering off.
One of my bug-bears with hair conditioners is the whole in-out-in shower thing – and this is the same. Except, a gradual tan from a shower cream seems enough of a novelty that it’s not quite such a chore. It’s a very light gradual tan, too – I haven’t tested it yet – but it’s formulated for the self-tan-scared so that you’re very much in control of how quickly or slowly you build up. St Tropez colour, in general, is always very natural looking so I feel we are on safe ground here. Obviously, I’m going to give it a try – maybe download some three minute songs to pass the time.. or brush my teeth. Or something. Suggestions welcome.
The St Tropez In Shower Gradual Tan has already launched onto Boots HERE for £14.50. Oh, and if you’re wondering about the scent.. it’s a kind of fruity floral. Don’t forget to wash the palms of your hands with soap after application.
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