self-tanning

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self-tanning

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self-tan

n
(Hairdressing & Grooming)
a. cosmetic substance applied to the skin to simulate a suntan
b. (as modifier): self-tanning lotion.
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They offer two different options for sunless tanning, Mystic Tan and Airbrush Spray Tan.
indoor tanning and the use of sunless tanning products).
SELFIE NIGHT TAN SUNLESS TANNING LOTION: Selfie Tan'n Go Sunless, a division of Performance Brands Inc.
as the undisputed international market leader in the sunless tanning segment of the beauty industry.
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Sunless tanning is the ideal option if you want immediate color without harmful UV light exposure.
Overall, they found that 16 percent engaged in indoor tanning, while 25 percent used sunless tanning products.
Such categories include skin care, sunless tanning, hair care or whenever product requires ingredient separation or needs precise mixing and blending at the moment of application.
WESTBORO -- For those who want a natural-looking glow for the summer months, but want to skip the tanning bed, Blush Organic Sunless Tanning in Westboro offers a healthy alternative.
The temporary sunless tanning or bronzing option comes in powders, sprays, mousse, gels, lotions and moisturisers.
Since 1960 when Coppertone launched Quick Tan, Sunless Tanning has been a rage with treatments coming in all shapes, sizes and costs.
Washington, May 11 ( ANI ): Sunless tanning products - whether with lotions, bronzers or tanning pills - have been promoted as an effective substitute to dodge the health risks of ultraviolet rays, but young women likely will not use them if the products don't provide the perfect tan, according to a Baylor University researcher.