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yeah, and without the smell of self tanners....probably non allergenic too!
With regular old Lipton tea?
I used regular old Lipton tea bags (the large size - one bag makes a pitcher of tea) in my warm bath at night. In one week, I was noticeably more tan, and as a bonus, it cleared up any little cuts or nicks on my legs, too!
Love the tan.
It worked, but next time I will add a flavored teabag too for a better smell!
Thrifty yes, but does it work?
Does it stain the tub?
I did it in the tub last night, it did leave a bit of a ring but I was able to scrub it off right away. I think I'll just do the spray bottle thing next time.
I do have my little boys kiddy pool lol
I am so pale and don't need to damage my skin with tanning beds. My skin is sensitive to sunscreen too. This may work well for me.
I tried this and didn't notice any difference in my skin color. I'm really pale, too.
My mom took tea baths in the 30's and 40's to look tan, her skin was fabulous till she died at 93.
mwah:x this is glorious:x i would love it if you checked out my PiNS:x mwah
Works great- You won't go full Gisele the first day, but it kills off some of the blue veins, I tell ya what...
My grandma used to do this when we were younger...it does work gradually...
I did this (along with a whole lot of other less healthy ways to tan) when I was a teenager and it does work!
Homecoming is just around the corner. Why not treat the BFF with this awesome Airbrush Spray Tan
Black tea works best
will it last thru a day at the pool?
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If only I could get a tan :/
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DIY self tanner!! Interesting. . . I must try!!!
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