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And so my foray into the world of faux tanner was again revived with another interesting discovery from tanning expert Vita Liberata, the Self Tanning Night Moisture Mask. Repetition eliminates confusion so if three tan words ain’t enough, let’s make it four. This product claims to build tan gradually which favors Sue Slowlybutsurely but not so much Jaz Megafast. Let me explain.
Sue Slowlybutsurely wants everything inconspicuous, she’s the type who stays under the radar, ‘kinda like you know she did something different but couldn’t really tell godknowswhat. Jaz Megafast is the extreme opposite; she wants everything done pronto, ‘kinda like bam in your face or go home. For a week, I played Sue as I patiently wait for warmth to grace my otherwise medium (but dull) complexion. It took me three days to actually notice a difference, probably faster if you are fair-skinned. Pro: you can control tanning intensity. Con: impatience may not be your virtue.
This cruelty-free and vegan self-tanner comes in a squeeze-type tube with creamy consistency. It doesn’t have that signature tanning scent which is a plus! In addition, it also performs as a moisturizer which you can use in conjunction with your existing skincare. It lists sunflower seeds (rich in vitamins A,C,D), shea butter, aloe vera, and tocopherol as key ingredients. It’s a little sticky but not greasy and it gets absorbed onto the skin fairly fast. So what happens when you stop using this, asked Jaz Megafast. To which Sue Slowlybutsurely wittingly responded, tan is gone of course.
Must-try if your are TeamSue, oh yeah that’s moi.
Have you tried anything from Vita Liberata?