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Kate Somerville Tanning Towelettes give a natural color


Feeling a bit pasty these days?

Unfortunately, so many of the self-tanners on the market today leave you looking like one of Willy Wonka’s orange-faced Oompa Loompas.

Kate Somerville Tanning Towelettes just might be the answer. The individually packaged towelettes come in a box of eight and contain a paraben-free self-tanning formula that provides a quick and even application without streaking.

The hydrating towelettes will provide a uniform, natural-looking glow to your skin within two to four hours of one easy application. For a deeper tan, simply use another towelette. To maintain your tan, re-apply as needed.

Ingredients in each towelette include: DHA, a safe, non-toxic, paraben-free coloring agent that reacts with the skin’s amino acids to darken in a way that complements natural skin tones; tea tree extract that helps keep skin clean and clear; and cucumber that soothes and refreshes the skin.

What you won’t find in this product: parabens, sulfates, synthetic dyes, petrochemicals, phthalates, GMOs and triclosan.

Kate Somerville Tanning Towlettes retail for $48 for a pack of eight and are sold at Sephora stores.



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