Thursday, 13 July 2017

Bondi Sands tan eraser review

Hey everyone!

It has been a very long time since my last post, it seems to be a common recurrence for me haha. However I am back and on school holidays so I am going to try and get heaps of new things done for this blog, but with saying that ill probably be lazy or forget I'm going to try though!

Anyway as you probably can already tell by the title, this post is review on the new Bondi Sands tan eraser. I am quite pale so I tan nearly every 2 weeks (using Bondi Sands) because I just can't stand being so pale. I always struggle getting the tan even if its been on for too long and is very patchy, to scrub every bit of tan off I find it nearly impossible. As soon as this product was out in my town I went to the store straight away and purchased it. 

The product is just a white foam but once applied to the skin it is clear, the directions say to leave it on the skin for 5 minutes then wipe it off with a towel and warm water. I followed these instructions and I was honestly blown away at how easy it was for the tan to be removed. There was no need to continuously scrub my skin red raw, making it just so easy to use. 

I have used these tan remover about 5 times now and has made my tanning routine so much easier. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who tans, it is truly just amazing and a life saver. 

I hope you all enjoyed this weeks post xx 



  1. Seems like a good product zee ;)

  2. sounds very good !
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  3. I've never tried this but it sounds great :D
    Wish you a lovely day

  4. nice product!!

  5. have a nice weekend!

  6. This is my first time knowing this product and I think this is perfect for those who just came back from beach, well, suits for this summer indeed :)



  7. oh this is so cool- I need to try it!!


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