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Check It Out: Self Tanning Towelettes

Self tanning towelettes are inventive, easy to use, disposable and portable single self tanning applications. They are safe and effective ways to tan without the harmful effects of the sun's damaging rays. You can use them once a week or as often as necessary to achieve the color you desire.

To use, first be sure and exfoliate your skin to avoid streaking and splotches. Then, apply on your face and body when your skin is dry. Spread the towelettes around in small circular motions to make sure your coverage is even. When you are finished, don't forget to thoroughly wash your hands and nails. Wait about fifteen minutes before dressing so that the color doesn't damage your clothing.

Comodyne Self-Tanning Towelettes, $44.99, are individually wrapped, non-messy, single application self tanning wipes. This brand is super popular in Europe and has finally made its way to the U.S.

They are fast working, won't dry out your skin and they create a deep, golden bronze glow. They are also perfect for travel since you don't have to worry about leaks, spills or any of the new traveling with fluids laws.

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TanTowel Self Tanning Towelettes, are $20 for a package of ten. These towelettes contain pulp fiber which exfoliates your skin as you apply it! Hey thanks for saving us that extra step!

It has a refreshing citrus scent so you don't have that yucky fake bake smell but it's not overly pungent so you can wear your favorite fragrance without any conflict.

L'Oreal Dermo-Expertise Sublime Bronze Self-Tanning Towelettes, $9.05, are super convenient, single-use wipes that self tan streak free! They contain vitamin E and AHA's to help nourish your skin, smooth it and fight off bacteria that can clog your pores.

The tan will show up in couple of hours upon which you can add more color for a deep tan, or leave it alone for a subtle, natural glow.

Join The Conversation
Lucky-Penny Lucky-Penny 10 years
I have never used the towellettes, I use the Loreal Sublime Spray, then I follow with there gradual self tannner lotion. Great tan!
Masqueraded_Angel Masqueraded_Angel 10 years
I wanna know how you're supposed to reach your back with these things. I mean, unless you have someone with you that can do it, how are you supposed to reach back there? I personally prefer the Neutragena (sp?) Micro-Tanning Spray. A+ review from me! :) No nasty smell, and you can spray your back easily without rubbing anything in.
la_clique la_clique 10 years
Estee Lauder used to make towelettes that were good, and didn't have so much of that terrible tanner smell.
missyukp missyukp 10 years
also, i love that all of these UK brands are making it to the States :)
missyukp missyukp 10 years
I wanna try, but I need to read a good review before I spend the $$$.
JKe895 JKe895 10 years
Even when I do wash my hands and nails they still come out orange or stained as well. I just can't win.
arianell arianell 10 years
I LOVE Tantowel. They work so much better than any other self-tanning product I've tried, and they even smell good. :)
BeachBarbie BeachBarbie 10 years
Cool!
foxytnns foxytnns 10 years
I've used the Tantowels and they work really really well. I prefer them to any other kind of self tanner (and I've tried tons!) They are definitely a good investment!
kendallina kendallina 10 years
I've used tantowels from www.hsn.com (yes that's Home Shopping Network - hee hee). They worked pretty good, but now I prefer tinted lotions like Jergens.
kendalheart kendalheart 10 years
Interesting!
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