Removing Fake Tan
One of the longest tasks when it comes to fake tanning is removing the fake tan. As I’ve explained in a few of my previous posts (My Fake Tan Routine and Maintaining Your Tan on Holiday), after about a week of wearing fake tan it goes ‘crumbly’/ patchy.
In order to remove fake tan you have to properly exfoliate your skin/ scrub away until it’s all off – which is a lot of admin and also takes a while to do– I dreadddddd doing it, but it’s one of those things that has to be done. You can’t put tan on top of patchy tan because it just gets worse.
Up until this point I’ve just been using the Soap and Glory Exfoliating Gloves (details tagged in my tan routine post). They are the most effective gloves I’ve used, some don’t have enough grip on them to remove tan. I’ve also tried using exfoliating body scrubs but I found that they actually make it harder to remove your tan as they make your skin too oily.
I thought I’d do a quick review on a product that has come out which has changed EVERYTHING. And I need everyone who uses fake tan to stop what they’re doing and go buy it…