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If your skin has an Edward Cullen-like pallor, it’s time to consider a sunless tanner. But be careful, eager beaver: Not all self-tanners are created equal (we don’t know about you, but we’d rather be pale than orange). We’re particularly smitten with these easy-to-use, travel-friendly towelettes, which give you a natural-looking faux glow—no sun exposure required.
i dont use self tanners. when i got this i was skeptical but decided to give it a whirl. what kind of woman is this tiny towel made for?? im a big girl and it was not enought for me.1
I am already tan (live in Hawaii) and so this product didn't make a difference on my skin. It is easy to apply though, and doesn't smell bad.1
I really dislike tan towels mainly because I can't see how evenly I am applying the tanner. And one towel sample isn't ever enough for an effective job.1
I don't use self tanners because I get a good tan without them so I really would use it.1
I am not a self tanner, so the value of this product is sort of lost on me. I just don't see myself spending this kind of money on something so disposable, especially when there are decent lotion based self tanners that give you a lot more product with less mess for the same kind of money. Not really worth it.1
This sample was definitely not enough for what needed to be covered.1
I don't use self-tanners but this sample was not large enough for me to even give this one a shot. The color was too dark for my complexion and I didn't have enough to cover the parts I needed to be consistent. Very disappointed to have this in my box.1
I've never tried self-tanner before and I don't think I would try it again. The product was a very poor match for my pale, olive skin tone.1
this just reminded me of why i prefer to stick with my natural paleness.1
opened, smelled, thrown away - typical self-tanner product1