Clarins Radiance-Plus Golden Glow Booster

Want the glow of a natural tan without the fuss or damage? Look no further because this product has been sent from the gods! Face tanning could not get any easier than with my favourite launch of the Spring so far, a.k.a Clarins Radiance-Plus Golden Glow Booster*, it really is fabulous! 

Having bought countless bottles of the Clarins Liquid Bronze Self Tan, which has got to be my all time favourite face tan, I was excited to see what else Clarins had to offer and needless to say I was not disappointed! It is a made-to-measure self tan, that you simply mix with your regular moisturiser, so no matter how pale or dark you are, you can get the right tan for you by simply adjusting the amount that you mix in, it is genius! 

The tiny 15ml bottle has a dropper built in, with a button on the base which you simply click in to release the fluid, very nifty and fuss free. I have been mixing three drops into my daytime moisturiser every day and applying to my face as usual, just making sure to rub it evenly, not forgetting my neck!  I leave it five minutes or so to sink in, and then I apply my make-up as normal, it does not interrupt you regular skincare routine at all, meaning it’s a breeze to apply even for novices!

The result is in the name really, as this leaves your face with a golden glow and gorgeous radiance which looks natural and healthy, like you have had a day in the sunshine. There is nothing fake about this at all, as mixing it in with your moisturiser makes it seamlessly blend into the skin without any awkward patches or lines. Once you have developed a tan you can simply adjust the amount of drops you add to your moisturiser depending on the intensity of tan you require. Another importance to note is that there is no funky biscuit smell with this either, which is a winner in my eyes! Priced at £18, this little bottle would probably last you a good few months and is worth every penny.

If you buy one thing this month, make it this!

*PR Sample


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