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Utan and Tone Night Cream

Utan and Tone Night Cream

Have you just got back from holiday and don’t want to lose that holiday sun-kissed glow just yet? Well, I have a solution for you. Utan and Tone Night Cream is a lovely moisturising night cream that gives your face a gradual tan. It develops overnight and can be used on consecutive nights to build up the colour.

It’s enriched with antioxidants and vitamins C, B5, B6, B9, K & E. It also has Hyaluronic Acid which helps maintain moisture levels, giving a younger looking skin. Organic DHA gives you a golden glow. It has strawberry leaf extract that helps to condition, hydrate and revitalise your skin.

It has lovely fresh fragrance and thankfully no self-tan smell! It’s streak free, dries quickly, it’s not greasy and the soft smooth finish can even be used as a makeup base.

It’s great little product, whether you want to build a tan up from nothing, or keep hold if an existing one a little longer. Apply each night until you get the colour you want.

 

 

Utan and Tone Night Cream

Utan and Tone Night Cream

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3 Comments

  • Sarah

    I wish I could come back from holiday with a tan in the first place but I am just destined to embrace the pale haha! I do love a gradual tan though, products like this give me much more control over how tanned I want to be so I’m less likely to end up streaky and orange!

    Sarah 🙂
    Saloca in Wonderland

  • Mica

    It sounds interesting and it’s great that it’s gradual and non streaky! 🙂 I remember trying to use body moisturiser products like this years ago, they always looked so streaky! Definitely something you need to test for yourself I think 🙂

    Hope you are having a good week so far, and a lovely start to 2018!

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