I am definitely not the faintest person who has ever lived, but probably close enough. I’m coming out of the spring season with my big grin and pale (sometimes blue-colored) skin ready to get a tan. Self tan I mean. Since I drastically reduce the time in direct sunlight and apply SPF daily, self-tanning is the only way for me. I usually choose Eco by Sonya Face Tan Water because it’s so effortless to use and it delivers a light, natural-looking tan. Still, I wanted to try something different this time and got that Isle of Paradise tan drops.
One of the things that struck me the most when choosing the tan drops was of course the packaging the Isle of Paradise created for their products. Very noticeable! The Self Tanning Drops are available in three colors: light, medium and dark, each color in a different color packaging. Since I’m so pale, I decided on Light, a seductive, peach-colored bottle.
Like many so-called natural self-tanners, this one is not purely natural, but manufactured With natural / organic ingredients. You’ll find coconut oil, avocado oil, as well as aloe vera extract, sage, and peppermint oil in addition to the only ingredient that enables the self-tanning process – dihydroxyacetone. I wish it didn’t have a few ingredients, especially not alcoholthat can irritate and dry out the skin over the long term or with frequent use.
The drops must be mixed with a moisturizer before application. This allows you to choose the intensity of the tan yourself (recommendation is 1-2 drops, but apparently you can add more if you want intense results). It was an extra step out of the tan water where you just pour it into your hand and literally squirt it on your face. It doesn’t say exactly how much moisturizer to use, so I was concerned at first that it would come out too intense or uneven.
However, the results are excellent! I usually add 3 drops to a quarter-size amount of moisturizer, which gives me a light and surprisingly even tan. It’s best to choose a moisturizer that rubs in and absorbs well to avoid streaks. The self-tanning drops can be used on both the face and the body. I’ve tried on my arms and legs, but since my legs are much paler than my face, the same amount of drops (3 drops) was not enough to get even the slightest tan, so it all depends on the complexion. Since it’s $ 29 a bottle, I think I’ll only be using it on my face. But other than that, I’m really impressed.
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