Pasty No More

Yes, Spring has finally sprung!  I cannot tell you how excited I am to see new blooms and feel warmer weather.  With Spring comes spending more time outdoors and less clothing.  If you are like me, you did not venture out much during the winter, and you kept your body fully clothed to stay warm.  This, unfortunately, leads to the skin tone of Casper the Friendly Ghost.

Because I am a mother of one now with a husband who works away from home, I am not going to have to time to relax in the sun and work on a golden tan.  Plus, who wants skin cancer?

Normally, I would just use a self-tanner like I have been using since college, but knowing what I know now about all the harmful chemicals contained in those bottles, I didn’t want to put that on my skin.  I did some poking about on the web in search of a natural self-tanner that would actually work.

Introducing Caribbean Solutions Beach Colours Self Tanner!     

Caribbean Solutions Beach Colours


I read many different reviews for many different natural self-tanners and this one seemed to be the best.  I purchased it from Amazon for $11.89.

This stuff is really great!  There is no smell like many self-tanners have.  Although it takes a little longer to massage into the skin, a little goes a long way.  I saw instant results!  I usually shower and exfoliate and then put on the self-tanner and let it sink in over night. With other lotions, it would take two or three applications before I saw any type of result, but with this one, I woke up and was tan!  

I would definitely recommend this product to you!  Have you found any other natural self-tanners that you like?


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