Editor's Rating & Review
An avid tanner (bad me), I don't roast without this coco-banana-scented oil. To get the deep, dark tan advertised on the bottle, skin must be kept constantly lubricated with thick coats. (A pig on a spit comes to mind.) Skin feels extremely oily but super-soft once the oil absorbs. Sweat and oil can cause breakouts. SPF 4 doesn't significantly protect against harmful rays. At first burning sensation, apply strong sunscreen and head for shade before it's aloe-vera time.
Banana Boat Dark Tanning Oil - SPF 4 Reviews
Lifelong favoriteTo me, this stuff means summer. I have used it ever since I was 13 and I still faithfully spray it on every Summer. I love the light scent and how long-wearing this oil is. It really helps you build a deep, dark tan with no burning. It's great. — 2 years, 2 months agoLittleBunny | 526 reviews
I've been using this since I was a teen!I love the smell of this. The spray bottle doesn't spill, it has a good amount of product in it (unlike the aerosol bottles, which are easier to use, but don't seem to have a whole lot in them)! Does help me tan well, without burning. It's definitely affordable, and I'll continue to buy it. — 2 years, 2 months agoLipglossandSpandex | 520 reviews
reallyyy tan!my sister and i wore this over top of sunscreen last time we went tanning. first of all, it smells really great (like coconut) and is easy to blend onto the skin. i don't know what it is about this product, but it seems to harvest the sun better than anything because after tanning, my sister was the most tan i have ever seen her! and usually her tans fade in a few days, but this time her tan lasted for a week! i love this and i will use it every time i want to tan because it seems to amplify the tanness of my skin and really get me more tan than suncreen alone! — 2 years agokenya | 503 reviews
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