FOR years, fake tan addicts have been forced to accept that getting a glow on your face means risking an acne break-out.
But now a facial fake tan is looking to change all that, as the makers claim it actually helps to fight spots.
- Dr Dennis Gross Skincare Alpha Beta Glow Pad, £34 for 20, Cult Beauty – buy here
Dr Dennis Gross' Alpha Beta Glow Pads contain willow bark extract, to help keep your pores clear while dissolving dead skin cells.
It also boasts anti-ageing properties, thanks to the glycolic and hyaluronic acid – which work to fight wrinkles and help speed up cell renewal.
Costing £34, the tan isn't the cheapest, but each pack includes 20 streak-free towels designed for a mess-free application.
The colour takes three to four hours to develop, and shoppers can choose between gradual and intense glow.
The tan is currently sold-out on Cult Beauty, but you can join the waiting list to get first in line.
Reviewing the product on Amazon, shoppers raved: "these are the greatest invention since ever."
While another shopper wrote: "Five stars. Very natural and tanned!"
A third said: "Natural looking tan for my face. Easy to use, great for a natural looking tan.
"I have acne prone skin and these didnt make me break out. I'm so pleased to have found such a great product."
And another commented: "Excellent product… Brilliant subtle tan builds up every day. Some noticeable anti-ageing Not cheap though".
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