The Perfect Way To Keep A Summer Glow With Winter On It’s Way!

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(PCM) Now that the temperatures have begun to drop it is a sure sign that winter is well on it’s way to arriving and it can wreak havoc on our bodies, especially our skin. One of the very best parts of summer is the gorgeous glow of tanned skin, however much like the beautiful summer weather, a flawless tan will surely begin to fade right along with the seasons.

Many of us wish there was a way to keep that healthy glow of beautifully tanned skin even in the depths of winter, but the thought of using many of the self-tanning products that are currently available can seem to be a bit tedious and messy. Some leave our skin looking streaky, while others seem to turn the skin to a strange orange-type color, however we were amazed by the results we got when giving Fake Bake Flawless Self-Tan Liquid a try!

The product is incredibly simple to use and even comes with a self-application mitt that assures a completely even distribution of color. No more looking like something that crawled out of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory!  The Fake Bake provides a completely natural looking color and fades naturally, just like that of a regular tan. It also smells fantastic!  Most self-tanners have that odd, sort of chemical-like, smell, but Fake Bake smells almost tropical with some slight hints of coconut. It was very pleasing!

We also adored the fact that Fake Bake did not leave us feeling sticky and it did not rub off on our clothing or sheets when we applied it just prior to bedtime. We were pleasantly surprised by the results of using Fake Bake and would certainly recommend it to anyone who is looking for a way to keep that gorgeous summer glow anytime of the year. It would be perfect additional to any beauty regime and the perfect holiday gift for that special someone in your life who loves trying out new beauty products and adores natural-looking tanned skin!

Fake Bake Flawless Self-Tan Liquid gets an A+ from us!






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