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St Tropez Self Tan Luxe Facial Oil

By Evette Garside @evette77

St Tropez Self Tan Luxe Facial Oil

About the Product!

Hailed as St. Tropez' most luxurious facial tan yet, the Luxe Facial Oil is specially formulated for the delicate skin on the face, this pigment-infused formula is super nourishing and will leave skin looking and feeling hydrated for up to 7 days. The combination of top bronzing technology with an easy-to-apply, lightweight oil formula that glides over the face and absorbs quickly, means the tan will develop evenly without gathering at the drier areas of the face and neck.

I was sent the new Luxe facial oil as part of being on the St Tropez beauty panel of bloggers, which of course I am very happy to be part of.

Rather than a spray, this product comes in a glass bottle with a dropper applicator. 

St Tropez Self Tan Luxe Facial Oil

It can be applied straight to the face but I find it easier to put a few drops into the palm of my hands and apply, or even use a tanning mitt. The scent is fairly pleasant and pretty much the same as other previous St Tropez products I have used.

It glides on smoothly and although it's an oil, it doesn't feel oily or greasy on the skin. It also dries very quickly and especially so when my heating is on. My face was dry within seconds.

My skin is quite fair, some would say pale at times. I often wear make up and use tanning products as I do like to have some colour on me.

Anyway here's a before and after shot.

St Tropez Self Tan Luxe Facial Oil

St Tropez Self Tan Luxe Facial Oil

I apply the facial oil at night after washing. It takes a few hours to develop so I just sleep on it and check the morning after. The after pic you see here is me the morning after application and wearing no foundation or make up at all. It's all just the Luxe facial oil which is giving me the lovely summery glow. Lovely even results and it softens the skin too.

Only a few drops of this stuff was required to get a lovely bronzed look to my face. For a deeper tan simply use more. It's well worth the £23.00 investment, if like me you find it hard to get a tan.

Buy directly from St Tropez.

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