Apparently, we could be on track to see some nice weather in the next few weeks. I will believe it when I see it of course, as the UK is known for it’s promise of clear blue skies when in fact it’s a torrential downpour and a grey sky. Having to take matters into my own hands to keep my natural skin from turning translucent, I’ve been grabbing as many opportunities as I can to sit outside on my balcony, in the sunshine with some of my fail safe sun products. To give the UK it’s dues, it has been quite nice on the days between the rain. The temperatures have reached to about 25 degrees on some days, and I took full advantage. Setting up camp, I took a good book, a chilled beverage and my Zhuzh! Tanning products to have a day of relaxation and acceleration.
I’ve managed to get through many a bottle of the Zhuzh! Tan Accelerator since I discovered it. Unlike any other product that I have used before, the Zhuzh! Tan Accelerator isn’t actually fake tan. It’s a light spritzing spray that sinks into your skin to work with your natural melanin to boost the tanning process. As it doesn’t contain any SPF, it’s worthwhile using your personal preference of SPF with it. I find it to be perfect for the UK weather, so when I’m wandering around with the dog or hanging washing out, or whilst spending time on my balcony. It’s quite funny because whilst I’ve used it in the last few weeks, I have noticed that over the course of the next few days after being in the sun, my skin looks noticeably darker. I am rather lucky that I tan really easily and rarely burn so I would much rather use Zhuzh! Tan Accelerator whenever I can in the UK.
For a more gradual tan, I’ve been using the Zhuzh! The Best of Both Tans Gradual Self Tan and Tan Accelerator. It’s an incredibly moisturising gradual tan, that I actually quite like using as just as moisturiser because it leaves my skin feeling so soft and smooth and then as if by magic, a few days later I have a hint of bronze that it even and without streaks. As the Tan Accelerator within the Shea butter laden cream works with the melanin, you can develop your own tan with a hint of gradual tan to help start you off. Great if you’re taking it on holiday so you can kick start your holiday colour.
Once my tan has got to that perfect level of bronzed goddess, I want it to stay as long as possible. There are two options to help this; staying in the sun or using the Zhuzh! Tan Lock and Saver spray. Staying in the sun isn’t always an option so having an easy fine oil spray to hand is the best thing for my skin. The oil is delightful to use; it’s fine, sinks into the skin easily and makes dull and dry skin a thing of the past. Even without a tan, it’s a perfect post shower and bath treat to keep moisture locked in. The best thing of all, is that when used with a tanning product is that it helps not only prolong the tan, but helps it fade out easily with no unsightly patches.
I have a new found love for quenching my skin at the moment. In fact, when I look at my dressing table I have at least five different sprays that I can see. As it has been slightly warmer than normal, I have found that my skin needs all the help it can get throughout the day to feel refreshed and for a boost of hydration. The Zhuzh! Cool Zhuzh! Spritz is designed to be used over your face and body when your skin is feeling hot. The Aloe Vera and Menthol blend instantly soothes and calms down skin without any tingling, giving an instant and much needed refreshment.
It’s no wonder that the Zhuzh! range is one of the best selling ranges on Ideal World. If you do buy any product from Zhuzh! I totally recommend the Tan Accelerator as it really is one of the best tanning products that I have ever used. Also on Ideal World, there are some great multi save offers with double and triple packs, as well as multi-packs of the various products.
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