Loreal Paris Sublime Bronze Body and Tanning Product Review

Loreal Sublime Bronze Express Pro Self Tanning Dry Mist £15.49 (*)

Express Pro Self Tanning Dry Mist uses an ultra wide diffuser spray to give you a natural looking tan with a streak free result. There is no need to rub in, all you have to do is spray on to your skin, let it dry for about 20 seconds, then allow it develop. This is possibly one of the most easiest to use fake tan products I have come across. The diffuser makes it easy to get to those awkward areas and the formula is non tinted, non sticky meaning you can get dressed straight away after application. It took me three applications across five days to see the colour, which compared to other tanning products that I have tried before, is quite a long time. But, I must say that I’m pretty happy with the result and it lasted for roughly around four days before fading.

Loreal Sublime Bronze Nourishing Body Oil £7.99 (*)

Whenever I have a tan I always ensure that I moisturise enough to maintain the colour. This is the first time I have used an oil instead of lotion and I really really like it. This Nourishing Body Oil is enriched with four oils to give your skin a satin sheen and enhances your colour at the same time. I apply this after showering and it is super absorbing leaving my skin soft with a slight glow. I love the scent (reminds me of being on holiday) and the fact that it’s in a spray bottle which makes it extremely easy to get to those hard to reach areas. My rating? 10/10!

Have you tried anything from of the Sublime Bronze range before? 



    • 4th May 2014 / 12:27 am

      It's gorgeous isn't it? xx

  1. 26th May 2013 / 9:59 pm

    AWESOME post!!


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