Clarins Golden Glow: the Gradual, Customisable Self-Tan

clarins self tanner drops

I can only really say one thing about the Clarins Radiance-Plus Golden Glow Booster and that is get it, get it, get it. As a lover of gradual tanners and a hater of full-on fake tan, these drops, which can be added to any body lotion, serum or oil, are just the most convenient of things. You mix them in with your body product and there’s no resulting biscuit smell, no streaking, just a beautiful golden glow. Follow the instructions included with the drops to ascertain the correct amount you need to add to achieve your desired effect, but don’t worry too much if you go under or over – it’s difficult to get things wrong, unless you slap on half the bottle at once!

I mentioned the Radiance-Plus Golden Glow booster in my skincare favourites video, so have a look at that if you want to hear some waffle to go alongside this post – if you want to take a look at the face version (which I’m guessing is very similar in terms of formulation!) then you can read last year’s post on that here. It’s still one of my top beauty buys ever for summer. Or winter. Whenever, in fact – just a drop in your face serum or moisturiser maintains a healthy, sunkissed glow.

You can find the Clarins Radiance-Plus Golden Glow Booster for Body at here – it’s at the special price of £22.85 rather than the RRp of £26. By the way, I haven’t properly tested the shimmer oil on the right hand side of the picture, I’ll get back to you on that one!

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