Usually you wouldn't think to use the two together, but thanks to self-tanning guru James Reed, that's about to change. If you're an avid tanner (spray, self, bed or natural), you know all too well how irritating it can be to keep the tan on your face consistent with the color of the rest of your body. So in theory, James Reed H2O Tan Mist, which is part skin care, part self-tanner, sounds like a dream. But the big looming question, of course, is: Does it work?
At first glance, it looks like your average post-cleanse face mist. The bottle's the same size as you'd expect of any facial spray and the contents are crystal clear. The only differentiating factor is it's labeled with the phrase "gradual tan." In fact, it's the first of its kind: a rosewater spray with DHA, the active bronzing ingredient in self-tanners.
As a face mist, it's pretty top-notch. And you're someone who tans on the regular, too? You'd be hard-pressed to find another facial tanning product that works this good.
Bring on the bronze, baby.
James Reed's H2O Tan Mist, $31