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What a tan, what a tan...

Thursday, 2nd January, 2020 9:43am

With the introduction of luxury tanning brands, tango orange is a complete no-no! The objective now is a natural-looking, glowing tan, a look you can wear day-to-day and to the office, while not resembling a snowman either.

Here’s a few natural-looking options to get that stealth-glow:


he-shi Face and Body Tanning Gel (€23)

Specially formulated for dry skin, this is an easy and effective way to achieve an instant golden glowing tan. It is quickly absorbed and is light with a smooth, moisturising texture. As with all he-shi tans, to achieve a deeper glow, simply let dry and reapply.

he-shi Body Sculpting Gradual Tan (€23)

For a more toned appearance, the sculpting gradual tan is the perfect product to improve skin condition and is ideal for sensitive skin.

he-shi Overnight Ageless Tanning Balm (€28)

The tanning balm has anti-ageing properties and is formulated especially for the face to help regenerate cells while you sleep.

It will help you to achieve perfectly bronzed skin without clogging pores, ensuring a flawless complexion.


he-shi One Day Tan (€19.50)

It's a wash-off gel bronzer that enhances your natural skin tone to give a flawless, sun kissed finish, whilst moisturising your skin throughout the day. Simply wash off at the end of the day - it's perfect for those one-day occasions or last-minute nights out.

he-shi Rose Pearl Illuminator (€12.50)

Use on your body to highlight key features or blend with your foundation to achieve a radiant makeup finish.


he'shi is available from pharmacies across Cork.

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