As I’m sure most fake tan addicts do, when I am standing there in the shower, trying to desperately scrub off the manky week old tan remnants from my knees, feet and elbows, I often think to myself ‘Why do I do this to myself once a week, and why oh why has no one invented a longer lasting tan?’.
Well as luck would have it, next time I am in the shower I can use my admin time to ponder more important life questions than the longevity of my fake tan, because some absolute genius has invented the world’s first 2 – 3 week tan. Rejoice!
Vita Liberata pHenomenal is a 2 – 3 week tan which uses a combination of 70% organic extracts and unique pHen02 technology to create a streak free, smell free tan which has ridiculous staying power.
This tan has all of the unique selling points of other premium fake tanners, but in addition it is also 100% free from nasties such as parabens and alcohol – and it can last up to 4 times longer than the average fake tan.
According to Vita Liberata, 1 application will last you approximately 7 days, 2 applications will last you approximately 10+ days, and 3 applications will last you approximately 2 – 3 weeks.
The tan comes in three shades – dark, medium and light – and is actually relatively simple to apply.
To extend the length of your tan and maximise the length of your golden glow you will need to apply multiple layers. For 2 – 3 weeks of colour you’ll need to do three applications, leaving a minimum of one hour for the tan to develop (longer if you can), before showering and reapplying.
Unsurprisingly virtually all tanning addicts want to get hold of a bottle of this and it’s selling like hotcakes. If you’re lucky and your Debenhams still have some in stock you can currently pick up Vita Liberata pHenomenal on offer for £31.25. Yes, we admit that’s pretty expensive (even more so if you purchase full price at £37.50), but when you consider how long it lasts in the long run it probably isn’t going to cost you a great deal more than the average premium fake tan.
For further information, visit the Vita Liberata website.