ANYONE who suffers with sensitive skin will know how difficult it is to find a tanning product that doesn't make your legs erupt into one big rash.
Well rather than working your way through all the foams, sprays and gradual moisturisers the high street has to offer, you might just want to give Primark's tanning oil a try.
- PS Bronze Radiant Glow Tanning Drops, £3 from Primark – see here
Posting on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, one eczema sufferer has been singing the praises of the £3 product.
She raved: "I have eczema and find that tan really drys my skin out and causes me to scratch more and as a result leads patchy tan.
"I mix this with Child’s Farm moisturiser and have loved the results. I’m really pale so I’m quite happy with a nice glow."
Listing all the things she looks for in a tanning product, the savvy shopper said: "The key things for me in tan are that they are fast drying, wears off nicely but comes off easily when you want it to and doesn’t stick to fingers, toes etc.
"I can confirm that this ticks all the boxes."
And if that wasn't enough, the woman says the oil can be mixed with any moisturiser for a nice, even glow – and it'll give the skin an extra boost of hydration too.
Needless to say, other members in the group are now desperate to give the oil a go following the rave review.
It can be mixed with any moisturiser and a little goes a long way!
"OMG definitely need to try this," one replied.
Tagging a mate in the comments, another added: "We need to look for this next time we're in town!"
Meanwhile, a third gushed: "I use this on my face, it's really nice!"
For more must-have beauty buys, Home Bargains shoppers are raving about ‘amazing’ 49p cream which is perfect for ‘chub rub’ & it’s more than £6 in Boots.
And Laura Mercier has relaunched their ICONIC Tinted Moisturiser Oil Free and it’s available at John Lewis.
Plus this woman revealed genius hack on how to get perfect glowing skin WITHOUT using fussy fake tan and it costs less than £5.
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