Let’s talk about summer tan, and legs, and color on those legs! If you are anything like me you avoid the sun. Ah, for the days of gorgeously tanned legs…been there, done that. But no more.
The solution:

Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs Lotion

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This is fabulous stuff and I highly recommend it.
I had used the spray for many years and was happy with it. But it DOES create a mess which you need to clean up right away. I ended up spraying one leg at a time over the bathtub.

The lotion is so much easier, can go in your carry-on suitcase, and spreads nicely. This lotion covers all those little spots, gives a nice healthy glow and smooths out your skin beautifully. No need to envy those with a tan anymore! No matter which you use, be sure to spread it around and on your legs with your hands. Work quickly. I blend into the top of my foot and onto my knee just a bit. I have even tried it on my arms and it works very well.

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Either way, it washes off easily with soap and water. You do have to be careful after applying to wait a while (15 min.) before putting on clothing. Or, white clothing. I have not had any problems with it rubbing off but you should be cautious. Really, it is a fabulous product.

I have also tried SO many self tanners. No, they are not for me. It takes numerous applications over many days to build up, then you have to maintain the regimen, and for me all those little brown spots were accentuated with the self tanner. My dermatologist DID tell me a trick: get a Q-tip with a bit of acetone nail polish remover and apply a bit to each spot. It works: removes the tanner from just that small area!

But the Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs is the way to go. I use the Medium in the lotion but had been using the Deep Glow in the spray. Let us know what you think, whether you have tried this, or what recommendations you have!