This Raydiant Sunless mitt can be used to apply self-tanning product. The velvety soft side glides over skin and works to apply even color. Hand wash mitt to reuse. One Size fits all.
How To Use
For best results, use mitt on clean skin. If you use after shower, wait for skin to dry completely before using. Place mitt over hand. Apply Self-Tanning Solution to the velvet side of the mitt, using a couple pumps at a time. Using the dark golden color as a guide, spread evenly over entire body. Apply lightly onto elbows, knees, hands, and feet. Allow to dry before dressing. Washes off most fabrics. Wash hands after application. Wait at least 1 hour after application before bathing and up to 4 hours for even more dramatic results. The color will continue to darken for the next 24 hours, so wait 24 hours to evaluate skin color before reapplying.
Hand wash mitt to re-use.
Features and Benefits
- velvety soft side glides over skin and works to apply even product
- one size fits all
"i got black lint all over your body it was ruined after second use. cheap made"
- anastasia, Sep 16, 2017
"Do not buy this product. Very cheap product and got blank lint all over me trying to use it and the mitt broke too. Will not buy this product again."
- Bubba, Feb 26, 2018
Waste of money
"Worst tanning mitt I’ve ever purchased!
Leaves a black lint film which makes it impossible to tell if you’ve got an even tan application. It waste your product even after cleaning the mit and a second attempt of use left more black lint. Waste of time, waste of money, waste of product also ripped when I went to clean it a second time."
- Barb22, Sep 6, 2018
"Purchased before reading reviews, first time using was fine, used it a second time it left black lint all over me."
- Sarah, Nov 17, 2018
Good for the price
"I bought this because it has a plastic type film in the inside of the mitt so you dont get tanner on your palms. It does get black lint on you the first or second time but i found if I kept using it, it stopped shedding after awhile. The lint doesn't really bother me."