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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.
This product is okay but I think Comodynes is better.3
The tanning towel I recieved was for half the body, why would I not just get 2 towels so I could cover my whole body. Smell was okay and coverage was pretty good.3
I thought this gave a slightly fake looking tan. It might work better on someone with a deeper base tan.3
The towel didn't provide enough to fully do half of my body (wanted to do arms and legs).3
Too strong of a smell and i thought the towel was too small3
I don't usually use self tanner (I've simply accepted my unalterable paleness) but I do like that with this product the tanner is in towel form. Seems much less messy for those of us who are already a bit intimidated by self tanning.3
I have many friends that rave about this product. I however do not feel the same. I think it was good, but still streaked in some areas. Would use again if purchased on sale.3
I am not a fan of self tanners and this was no exception.... I guess I just like being fair skinned.3
Overall I dont really like using towels because I can never tell how well i'm doing on coverage.3
I don't use self tanner - I just don't like the way it looks on me, and I don't have the time. I have tried this before though, and I liked it. The smell isn't bad, and the towels are convenient. You need a little practice though to make sure you don't miss any spots, since you can't see where you already covered. I think the color develops well - not orangey.3