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Tuesday 12 May 2020

Bali Body Self Tan Remover & Exfoliating Mitt Review

Bali Body Self Tan Remover & Exfoliating Mitt Review

I usually tan once weekly and a key part of having an even, streak-free and lasting tan, is exfoliation beforehand. That being said, I am now washing my hands so many more times per day than I usually do (due to Covid) and therefore, I am exfoliating and tanning my hands and lower arms more frequently than I used to. This was very annoying as my hands were patchy....... until I received the new Bali Body Self Tan Remover* & Exfoliating Mitt*. Obviously, these products are not just for using on your hands, but on any stubborn areas where tan clings to dry patches of skin. I've been really putting them to the test! These products were kindly sent to me a few weeks ago.

To use Bali Body Self Tan Remover*, you pump some into your hands and apply to the area where you want to remove the tan. It has a mousse formula, which makes it easy to apply and spread. You then leave it on for 5 minutes. I find it best to apply to my elbows, wrists, hands, ankles - anywhere that might have some left over/stubborn tan. I then do my skincare routine or brush my teeth because I apply it in the bathroom before getting into the bath & shower. Some people might spend the time scrolling through their phones - whatever you want to do to kill 5 minutes, while you're naked! That said, when I'm just using it on my hands, wrists and lower arms ( like at the moment), I don't always have to be in the nip, so I might just put a YouTube video or Instastories on. It can be used all over the body, however I personally wouldn't us it on my face.

Once the five minutes have passed ( you can leave it for longer), I take the exfoliating mitt* and wet it before massaging in circles, over the areas where the mousse was applied and watch the dark patches disappear. It can also be used with shower gel to exfoliate the whole body in order to prep for a new layer of tan. I find that it easily removes any left over tan without leaving the skin too stripped or inflamed.

I have found it particularly useful over the past few weeks, with the frequent hand washing but I've also used it on the tan remnants on my ankles and elbows before my weekly tanning session. After using, I rinse with water and allow it to dry on the clothes line. 

Overall, it's a big thumbs up from me for both of these products. If products make it into my weekly routine, you know they're good!

Do you struggle with tan patches? Are these products you would use? I'd love to hear your thoughts!

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All products are bought by me, unless otherwise stated. These products were kindly sent to meAnything marked with a * has been gifted without any obligation. I don't do sponsored posts. Opinion is always my own. Affiliate links may be used.

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