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  • I know I can always use gloves and mitts or anything else that will protect my hands, however I swear nothing really gives me the perfect even application when I wear gloves or mitts
  • They cost me $6 and I think they are worth every cent
  • The mitt feels really soft on the outer layer and I love how easy it is to maneuver with the mitt on

    • by janicemic
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      I hate having to scrub through my fingers after applying self tanning lotion. I know I can always use gloves and mitts or anything else that will protect my hands, however I swear nothing really gives me the perfect even application when I wear gloves or mitts. I just feel awkward with the gloves on and the barrier is just so huge a difference for a clear-cut control to have evenly finish tan on my skin.

      I


      got this applicator mitt from St Tropez online store. I got them mostly because of the persistent walking advertisement of a friend who is an enthusiast in self tanning herself. She swears by the mitt on how great the product is. I am really tired of scrubbing my hands after the application, thus I got them. They cost me $6 and I think they are worth every cent.

      The applicator mitt is quite a clever product. It ...


      • has a layer of water resistant barrier in the interior of the mitt, does it doesn’t stain my hands when I apply my tinted tanning lotion. The mitt feels really soft on the outer layer and I love how easy it is to maneuver with the mitt on. It provides me a really larger coverage and I was surprise to find how even the applications are with the mitt.

        I wear the mitt on one hand and

        squeeze the tanning lotion on to the mitt itself and begin application. I love how easy it is to glide on to my skin with the mitt. It feels soft and did not irritate my skin at all. Also the mitt provides a really perfect evenly looking tan. What I do not like is the constant massaging on the mitt tends to move the mitt forward and my fingers slip in to the middle of the mitt.




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