The only self tan you need

Finding the right self tan is never easy.

A model wearing Ivadore’s super natural looking self-tan.

We all have a type. Some women prefer the safe reliability of a cream, others the confidence of a mousse and the daring ones perhaps the mysterious nature of a spray tan. Either way, once we find the ONE there is no turning back.

And I am a step away from shouting from the rooftops, because I have found the one!

Ivadore Tanning Treatment is an Australian gradual tanning cream which goes on smoothly, dries quickly and leaves you smelling of cinnamon, for a good 2-3 days.

As someone with quite pale skin I prefer to stick to gradual tanners in the fear I will wake up a violent shade of orange. Ivadore pushed my boundaries in this sense. Whilst I would not be giving it such a rave review if I had awoke looking like a cheezel, one coat on a Wednesday night was enough to keep me naturally golden all weekend.

But Ivadore is more then low maintenance, its antioxidant properties keep your skin feeling nourished and hydrated, meaning your tan not only last longer but also fades gradually. No splotches or dry patches, or worst of all stained knees and elbows.

Retailing at $48 a bottle (120ml) this is a hard sell amongst cheaper counterparts, that you assume work just the same. But in these warmer months can we really put a price on a reliable and natural looking tan.

Ivadore self-tan is packed with natural ingredients.

With ingredients that read like a supermarket shopping list (raspberry seed oil, organic marshmallow, green tea etc), this plant derived self-tan technology, cuts out any nasty chemicals, and makes Ivadore perfect for all skin types.

I am now a convert and can say the time and money I have saved on reapplying every other day, exfoliating off streaking tans and the washing of white sheets, it is totally worth it. Don’t let the adorable 120ml white bottle fool you, a little of this tanner goes a long way. So unlike your other ‘the one’ you can share this with all your girlfriends.

Lucy Bortolazzo

Lucy is a journalism graduate who feels most at home when wandering the streets of foreign cities. She has a passion for design, travel and everything food, and uses the excuse “I’m curious” to explain just about everything.

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