Editor's Rating & Review
For self-tanning novices, Clinique's mistake-proof Self-Sun Touch of Bronze Moisturizing Body Lotion is a good start. Even when sloppily rubbed in, the gradual tan-building lotion remains streak-free and gives legs a naturally bronze look after a week of daily application. On the flip side, the sticky formula takes at least five minutes to absorb before you can get dressed, while the light, citrus-scent inevitably smells strongly of DHA. It's also not the most economical way to bronze (a tube lasts barely a month if you tan your whole body) -- but the results are worth it.
Clinique Self-Sun Touch of Bronze Moisturizing Body Lotion Reviews
Moisturizer with benefitsFirst, I believe that the editor's review is outdated, Total Beauty's product picture certainly is. Clinique recently reformulated this product and it's amazing. It doesn't smell AT ALL, and that alone makes it worth the steep cost. But it also works great, as both a moisturizer and a self-tanner. I use it in place of my regular moisturizer when I get out of the shower, and it happens to give me a golden glow! I started to notice a pretty bronze color after three uses. — 3 years, 3 months agoteshie | 396 reviews
Works OkI tried It once ansd it worked ok . — 3 years, 9 months agorhoilst26 | 9 reviews
Clinique Self-SunAs a loyal Clinique product user I wanted to love this product. However, to be honest, it has a few major flaws ... The smell is strong and lasts quite awhile. The lotion itself is sticky and takes several minutes to be absorbed. (I made the mistake of not waiting long enough and ruined a shirt when it rubbed off.) I and a friend both used the product and found great variation in the "tan' we received from it., My friend who is very fair turned a shade of orangeish -bronze. I had a more natural tan color result. Overall, it is not the worst self-tan product I have tried but I am sti looking for a better one., — 3 years, 12 months agoLindy68 | 1 reviews
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