Friday, October 13, 2017

All about: the new Bondi Sands Self Tan Eraser



It’s THAT time of the year when the layers start falling off, so if you’re not working with some kind of tanning product now then I suggest you get to it – stat! 
I’m a confessed connoisseur of the faux glow, and have tried pretty much every formulation out there - with varying degrees of success. It is still the safest tan out there for tanning at any time of year, and with New Zealand skin cancer rates constantly on the rise it’s time to pick a formula that works for you rather than baking under what are some pretty damn dangerous rays.
If you’re a fake tan newbie or just reticent about applying them yourself, rest assured that old tans and failed applications can now be erased with a very clever new product from Bondi Sands.
Called simply Bondi Sands Self Tan Eraser, it uses patented new technology that effectively lightens and removes self-tan in just five minutes without the need for harsh scrubbing. That’s right – five minutes! And there isn’t a pumice stone in sight!
The super easy to apply cleansing foam formula contains soothing Aloe-Vera and is both non-abrasive and ultra-gentle on the skin, leaving it looking and feeling as smooth as silk, along with tan-free. The foam is delicate enough to be used on both the face and body too, which gets a big tick from me. Patchy leftovers on the ankles are one thing – when they are on the face and neck it’s quite another.
The new Self Tan Eraser is set to be a global game-changer, meaning mistakes are a thing of the past and there’s no more waiting for the tell-tale signs of tan to fade before you apply a fresh one. With the new Bondi Sands Self Tan Eraser you can simply remove your tan at the desired time and reapply for sun-kissed skin.
For best results, the brand says to apply Bondi Sands Self Tan Eraser to dry skin after at least three days of applying self-tan. You pump the foam applicator firmly and apply liberally to the skin, leaving it on for five minutes. It doesn’t smell great but it’s nowhere near offensive, so step away and busy yourself reorganising your makeup brushes or something equally as annoying-but-necessary, then pop back into a warm shower and start wiping. I tried this with both a flannel and a gentle exfoliating mitt, and found the latter was the best choice for more stubborn or dry areas like the ankles, elbows and knees.
So does it work? You bet, and how. This beauty will be an essential once the summer months arrive, and perfect to keep on hand at the end of a tan and when you have a tanning disaster such as the dreaded orange hands!
Bondi Sands Self Tan Eraser is available now, RRP $24.99.


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