Autumn has begun, even though warmer weather has prevailed on Long Island this past week, sending sunbathers back to the beach to refresh that bronze glow. Keep the summer tan with Fake Bake Original Tanning Lotion for a healthier alternative to tanned skin.
Fake Bake Original Tanning Lotion is renowned throughout the industry for it's professional results, and according to product labeling is regarded as the ultimate self-tanner. Formulated with a unique blend of exotic oils and natural ingredients, the Original Lotion gives you the perfect tan without the damaging side effects of the sun. A built-in color guide enables simple, goof-proof application, by providing temporary color that allows you to see exactly where you're applying the product.
The Long Island Beauty Lookbook Examiner was in the market for a bronzer to prolong the summer tan before the pale skin emerged, however, after testing other tanners that left an orange tinge, was slightly nervous to sample another brand, until Fake Bake fell in my lap.
As the product information states below, there wasn’t any streaking, patching or spotting, no pungent odor and the tan looked natural. It enhanced the sun kissed skin of summer.
Fake Bake Original Lotion Features:
- For use on full body and even the face.
- Easy to apply.
- No pale patches, no streaks, and no dark spots.
- Formulated with high quality ingredients.
- Produces a natural golden tan.
- Even, smooth results.
It is imperative to use the glove and package instructions that accompany this Friday’s favorite beauty product of the week. And begin with a small amount, as Fake Bake Original Tanning Lotion is quite powerful.
Fake Bake Original Tanning Lotion, this Friday’s favorite beauty product of the week can be found at Beauty Stop Online, an Internet beauty company that sells professional beauty products at affordable prices.
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