So its nearly September, which is completely crazy because this year has gone so fast! Before you know it we will have to say goodbye to summer and prepare for the colder months but just because summer is fading doesn't mean you tan has to disappear too! If you are getting married in winter but desire beautiful tanned skin then Norvell Self-Tanning Mousse with Instant Bronze (24.99) has your back.
This velvety smooth formula is for deeper glowy skin all-year-round. Its not only 100% vegan but also paraben-free, gluten-free and streak-free, meaning it will help to achieve an even colour and look like you have just been on holiday soaking up the sun.
Here Norvell Self-Tanning Mousse states their five top tips to ensure prolonged colour.
- Hydration is absolutely key
- Enhance your current tan
- Go for the natural-looking bronze
- Build up you glow
- Only use the best
In the colder months, skin can get dry because as the humidity levels drop outside making water in our skin evaporate leaving us with dry and tight feeling skin. We defiantly don't want this! Natural enzymes and microcapsules in this product help repair dehydrated skin, this technology used to be only used attainable by spray tan professionals.
If you have already caught those dreamy sun rays then this product is for you too, simply apply to tanned skin to notice more even, enhanced skin. No orange hues here, only gorgeous golden bronze goddesses thanks to the award-winning V10-7 Norvell blend of anti-orange purple and brown tone bronzers.
Hydrated looking skin is again key to creating the perfect tanned look. This dermal barrier locks with the top layer of skin that creates healthy-looking skin and allows the colour to last longer.
Find out more: www.norvelltanning.co.uk
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