Dove launches gradual self tan body mousse in time for summer – and it's currently half price

DOVE has launched a new streak-free gradual self-tan mousse, and it's currently half price.

If you're looking to get your hands on a natural looking, streak free glow this summer, this is for you.

Dove's DermaSpa Summer Revived Gradual Self-Tan Body Mousse is fast absorbing, deeply nourishing mousse for your easiest tan yet.

  • DermaSpa Summer Revived Fair to Medium Body Mousse  – buy here

Usually priced at £9.99, the Summer Revived Fair to Medium Body Mousse comes in Fair to Medium, and Dark to Medium, and is perfect if you're looking for a holiday glow without leaving the house.

The lightweight mousses glides onto your skin, and absorbs instantly into your skin, leaving an even, streak-free build able colour whilst also deeply nourishing your skin.

It also boasts a light-weight, quick drying formula which uses "48 hour active moisturisation technology" and no guide colour, so it doesn't stain clothes or bedsheets, plus it's packed with a fruity fresh fragrance – no more off putting biscuit smell.

Dove recommends to "simply massage a small amount of mousse – either with or without a mitt depending on your preference – evenly in a circular motion over clean, dry skin, and then wash your hands thoroughly".

Users can expect results within three to four days depending on what shade you're aiming for, and for best results they advise to exfoliate your skin first to ensure an even, long lasting colour.

Whats more it's on offer at Amazon right now.

There's up to 50 per cent off the new mousse, meaning beauty fans can pick it up for  a thifty £5 – but you'll need to be quick as these deals don't hang around for long.

You can snap it up here.

It's also available from Tesco, Boots, Superdrug, Amazon and Ocado now.


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