Isle of Paradise

Isle of Paradise Self-Tanning Drops Light 30ml

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3.00 / 5 star rating
3 / 5
These vegan friendly and cruelty, free self tanning drops, you add to moisturizer. It is very buildable to get your desired color and the dropper bottle is very easy to control. The only downside is I do not feel that the color last, but it could be due to my aggressive skin care routine. Gives a good natural tan color . 
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4 / 5
Nice tanning drops, just be careful not to add too many drops straight away! I added way too much and it didn’t look good the next day. Now I just add a couple of drops the first day then build up for a deeper tan. That’s when you get the best results, it’s a beautiful tanned colour which makes you look , radiant , awake and youthful. I would wear this without make up. Great serum, just apply it wisely if you’re a beginner like I am! :)
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3 / 5
I’m very pale, and wanted to try something new in my routine to make me look less ghoulish. This seemed like a good option, as it looked straightforward and easy to use. Using the product was easy, as I blended it in, as instructed, with my moisturizer and applied to my face. It made a subtle difference to my complexion that I was happy with. However, do remember that this product is a tanning product but is also meant to be more temporary than its counterparts. It’ll make sense then as to why your palms are orange (despite washing your hands), and it’ll be less of a shock that the back of your hand also mysteriously has an orange mark (like bumping up against something rusty) after you took a little nap and used your hand as a pillow. Even though I got Oompa Loompa hands, I’m still going to experiment with this product, but I’m going to treat it more like an easy transferable cosmetic product (like a bronzer) rather than a long lasting self tanner.