WITH summer still on the very distant horizon, we’re turning to some sun in a bottle to get our golden glow.
Without the help of mother nature in the colder months, constantly applying and reapplying fake tan can leave streaks, patches and an uneven colour.
But taking your tan off doesn’t have to be a painstaking process anymore, with a bath bomb dissolving your colour effortlessly.
Lusso Tan have finally added to their anti-tan bath bomb range, bringing out a limited edition scent called Summer Meadow.
Just like the original, this nifty product will remove all traces of fake tan while you enjoy a long hot soak.
Costing just £8.50, the bath bomb can be split in two so you get two applications for your money.
- Limited Edition Summer Meadow Bath Bomb, Lusso Tan, £8.50 – buy now
Unveiling their brand new scent, the makers said: “Lusso Tan’s Limited Edition Summer Meadow Bath Bomb is packed full of essential oils that will enhance your senses, leave your skin tan free, feeling velvety smooth & hydrated.”
And the website explains how to use the bath bomb to get an even complexion, saying: “Simply drop your fizzy Lusso Bath Bomb into a running bath & delight in the essential aroma that will fill your bathroom.
“Submerge yourself in the milky water & gently buff away your tan using a Lusso Exfoliating Mitt.”
While founder, Lynsey Bennett, added: "After about 10 minutes in the bath you will see your tan just soaking off and all you need to do is give your skin a quick exfoliate as well as it's so important to remove those dead skin cells."
The limited-edition fragrance won’t be around forever, so you’d better be quick to get your hands on one.
But if you do miss out, you can always bag the original for the same price.
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