BODY: Tan Erasers.

As someone who loves applying a fresh coat of self-tan, but doesn’t love consistently applying moisturiser, I need a little help making sure that my skin is fresh before applying a new layer of self-tan.

Tan erasers have only recently entered the market and I love the combination of using both a tan eraser, leaving it on for roughly 10 minutes, and then using an exfoliating mitt to help remove the top layer of self-tan, the tan eraser and also any dead skin.

While I do love this category of product, I have only used two of these style products, but have been loving both. They are both affordable as well, which makes it the perfect addition to anyone’s body skincare regime.

I haven’t written separately about either of these, because I really don’t find there to be any difference between both products since using them both. Both are a white coloured foam that goes transparent on the body, and then becomes the colour of the tan being removed once applied all over the body. I personally recommend leaving them on for 10 minutes roughly, rather than the 5 that each recommends. After using the tan eraser, jump in the shower or bath and use an exfoliating mitt or gloves that are also easily affordable and accessible.

BONDI SANDS – TAN ERASER $19.99AUD:

https://www.priceline.com.au/bondi-sands-self-tan-eraser-200-ml

The Bondi Sands Tan Eraser has also been launched in a smaller travel size, which makes it perfect for travelling with, as well as their usual large size for at home.

MINE TAN – MICELLAR WATER ERASER PRE TANNING CLEANSER $14.99AUD:

https://www.priceline.com.au/minetan-micellar-water-eraser-pre-tanning-cleanser-200-ml

I have found that both tan erasers have made it so much easier to ensure that my self-tan looks fresher for longer, and helps me avoid appearing patchy or excessively dry. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this post, and please let me know if there are any other tan erasers that you’ve used and loved.

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