Tan droplets are definitely a thing. I’ll say straight away that I haven’t put this to the test yet – I feel it’s a little early to be sun-hit although I wouldn’t say no to a weekend on the beach! The Autograph Gradual Tan Serum is super easy to use – simply add two to three drops to your regular moisturiser to turn it into a gradual tanner. I love this idea because it means you can stick to the daily moisturiser that you know works for you and you don’t have to invest in a gradual tan facial product.
It doesn’t seem to have any discernable scent but it is formulated with DHA and erythrulose – I thought we’d moved on from DHA and plenty of brands are using alternatives if you don’t like the idea of the ingredient. I’m not sure when the Autograph Gradual Tan Serum hits stores but at £12.50, it’s the best priced of its type that I’ve seen.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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