Colder temperatures are starting to show their colors and your summer tan will eventually start to fade out. But what if we told you it did not have to be this way? What if you could keep your golden natural tan throughout the fall and winter season? Let’s look at 4 easy to use products that are going to brighten up your look this upcoming season
As we already know, colder temperatures usually contribute to dry skin, which can make the complexion look dull.. The Golden Beauty has been created with this exact mission in mind: moisturize the skin in depth. Enriched with hyaluronic acid and panthenol, it provides a complete anti-aging action for a perfectly balanced skin, while offering a light natural tan. We recommend it for daily use, especially for sensitive and mature skin, with a lasting result of up to 3 days.
We understand the importance of moisturizing during the cold, dry seasons. That's why we love Gradual Tanning Lotion for its dual action. Its formula is enriched with Aloe Vera, Vitamin E and 2% DHA. The result is moisturized skin and a gradual tan that appears day after day. You can also use it to enhance and prolong an existing tan.
You guessed it, another product that mixes hydration and tanning, our Sun kiss beauty elixir lotion. This lotion with 2% DHA is enriched with aloe vera and will give you that summer glow in no time. Incorporate this spray lotion into your morning routine to deeply moisturize your skin, and within 3 to 4 hours, your complexion will be glowing with the light tan that appears!
Finally, Glowy Gold Dry Oil. Infused with hemp extract, omega 3 and omega 6, this moisturizing oil will bring softness to your skin in addition to an anti-aging action. Why add glitter to your skin? Well, the shimmering effect brings out your tan. This is the product you need to enhance your tan on any part of your body! A little extra, you can also use it in your hair to moisturize your lengths.
With these products at your fingertips, we guarantee that your summer glow will never leave you and that the harsh temperatures of winter won't affect your skin's health.