Use this body wash to get a tan in the shower. Seriously, it works!
Josie Maran's self-tanning body wash.
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I think I may have found your safe (and less scary) alternative to getting one of those fake spray tans at the salon. This is basically my attempt at a beauty PSA, to make sure you never go through the spray tan debacle I did and turn into an Oompa Loompa.
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If you can no longer bear the look of pale skin, check out this product from model-turned-beauty-biz-owner Josie Maran. She has created a self-tanning body wash. That's right — you can get a glow by using this in the shower.
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Here's how the process works:
Put one pump of the body wash on the loofa applicator and apply to your skin (while standing in a dry part of the shower, away from the shower head). Use a circular motion on one body part, such as your arm, and watch the color come to fruition. Repeat this by using one pump for each body part you want to get some color. Rinse skin when you're done. Afterward, pat the skin dry (don't rub!) and apply a rich moisturizer. Your tan will get deeper in color throughout the day.
The Josie Maran Argan Glow Self Tanning Body Wash just went on sale for $34.98 on QVC.com.
Will you give this body wash a shot? Have you been trying to find alternatives to a spray tan?
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