Getting That Glow

March 13, 2009

Let’s be honest- being tan makes all of us feel better. There’s something about not being that pasty, ghost-like figure in the mirror (or worse in photos for that matter) that’s just utterly glorious (who doesn’t feel cringe-worthy when resembling Casper, come on!) But when we all know that tanning beds are just bad all around (even though we do it sometimes just out of desperation)…what’s a WIT to do?!
Use Natural Glow.
I’ve been using Jergens Natural Glow for years now. It gives that subtle hint of color that you need to feel good in outfits and not like you’re fading into the white-washed walls surrounding you in your office, apartment, etc. and doesn’t make you that horrific orange color that so many self-tanners are guilty of. No, the scent is no more desirable than others on the market, but it’s a small price to pay (seriously, it’s a small price- we’re talking $6 at drugstores) when you get that boost of self-confidance that only good tans can bring. It’s superficial, we know, but in the end, Jergens Natural Glow is a downright good product.
If you can’t escape to the tropics this year, are hating that winter weather hasn’t quite come to an end yet or are just plain smart and sensible so you steer clear of the tanning salon, try Natural Glow. It’s just what a WIT’s skin needs. 
As with all self tanners, good things to remember: 
  • For the most natural-looking color, be sure to exfoliate before first use.
  • Use sparingly on knuckles, knees, ankles and in between fingers/toes.
  • Choose the right shade based on your natural skin tone or your starting point.
  • Smooth on evenly and thoroughly just as you would with any daily moisturizer.
  • Always apply to freshly cleansed skin.

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