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Tan-in-a-can: the safe way to go bronze

THE great British summer seems to be a wash out once again and with it the opportunity to grab a golden suntan.

THE great British summer seems to be a wash out once again and with it the opportunity to grab a golden suntan.

Luckily, though fake is in vogue and, with research proving that sunbeds are as likely to cause cancer as smoking and drinking, the safest way to tan is out of a bottle.

Nick Hemming has tapped into the trend with the launch of Celebrity Bronze, a range of sunless tanning products manufactured in the UK using all natural active ingredients.

The 34-year-old from Dickens Heath said: “I have been in the tanning industry for 10 years and Celebrity Bronze is completely safe and natural.

“I came up with the concept in terms of the ingredients, fragrance and vitamins. There are no parabens or alcohol so it’s safe to use even for under 16s who like to have a tan particularly during prom season.”

The product is available in three fragrances, mango, cherry and vanilla and in a range of strengths allowing customers to choose the depth of their tan.

“I’ve even used it on several celebrities,” added the former Alderbrook School pupil. Celebrity Bronze is available as a spray tan at approved salons or a tan-in-a-can for home use. Visit www.celebritybronze.co.uk.

 

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