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Cocoa Tan

DIY Self Tanning Lotion | Cocoa Powder A cheap and easy way to give the appearance of a tan without leaving streaks and making your orange!

Homemade Ways to Look Tan. Only requires cocoa powder + lotion!

must try, i look like an albino now

If you think faux tanning is important in the summer, it's even more important in the winter when there's no sun to be found! Anyone who knows me personall

Recipe for cocoa powder sunless tanning lotion.

How to Make Your Own Homemade Tanning Lotion, 1/2 cup unscented white lotion and 1/3 cup of pure cocoa powder and mix together until no clumps are visible. Apply moisturizing lotion before applying tanning lotion for better results. It will appear much darker in the bowl then on your skin. As you apply to skin it shows automatically how dark it will be. Keep lotion in another empty lotion bottle.

Product Reviews : Cocoa Brown Tanning Tips

Best Fake Tan, Ever? This Local Blogger Has Shocking Proof #Refinery29

At Home Sunless Tanning ~ Make black tea with 8-10 tea bags and 4 cups of water, and then put it in an empty spray bottle. Voila--no icky chemicals or damaging rays

Cocoa & Tea DIY Natural Sunless Tanning Recipes! 1. Cocoa Powder: Mix ¼ cup of cocoa powder with your favorite lotion. Spread an even layer of the concoction on your skin. Rinse off after 15 minutes. 2. Tea: Steep 3 black tea bags in boiling water for 5-10 minutes. Remove the teabags and put ¼ cup of the tea into a blender. Add ¼ cup lanolin and ¼ cup sesame oil. Blend all of the ingredients on slow speed – making sure to slowly add the rest of the tea. Apply to your skin. #tanning #health

I know I'm kind of late with this one as most of you have probably tried Cocoa Brown already, but I have always had a love/hate relationship with fake tan. Being Irish and naturally a redhead, I ha...

There is a far better all natural and organic way to get a gorgeous tan that is far cheaper than expensive tanning products. Try a homemade self-tanning lotion - no need for sun!

DIY-Leave the Honey out, put all over and wipe off it can be used as a Sunless Tanning Lotion. (Saw on Dr. OZ)

DIY Homemade Tanning Lotions using natural health ingredients like olive oil, iodine, cocoa powder - #skin #tan #lotion

DIY Today Online Network: DIY Self Tanning Recipes Moisturizer and cocoa powder!

no filter! Quick Tan by Body Drench is THE holy grail of all self tanners. This self tanning spray is only $11.95 and smells like cocoa! AMAZING. Spray it all over or on your face after youre done with your makeup to achieve a natural bronzed glow that doesn't fade throughout the day. Click to find out where to get it! via thebeetique.blogs...

an attempt to tan my legs with cocoa and lotion

Homemade self tanning lotion: without the chemicals and a fraction of the cost. Simply amazing, the cocoa version is what I tried and I will be using it every night & morning to keep that tanned look, yay for semi- homemade products!

Anti aging ultra moisturizing face mask Coconut oil & Cocoa Moisturizing Mask 1 TBSP of coconut oil2-3 TSP of cocoaOld towelLeave it on for 15 minutes and rinse of with warm water. Dry lightly with a towel. Look at yourself in the mirror, blow yourself some kisses, give compliments, smile, and go on with your day.Repeat every 2-3 days for 6-9 days if your skin is über dry. Then continue with a bi-weekly schedule.

Cocoa beans have long been used for their brown dye. Unflavored coffee grounds can naturally add color to hair and skin. While self-tanning lotions and creams are available to purchase, these are made with chemicals and can add up in cost. Use coffee grounds correctly to safely add natural-looking pigment to your skin tone.

Very Lovely Stuff: Cocoa Brown Tan before/after in 1 Hour. Available at


DIY Bronzer::Cocoa powder, ground nutmeg, cornstarch, and ground cinnamon. Mix til desired color and store in an empty, sealable container. Interesting...I want to try this!