You would think that me being half Hispanic, I’d be more naturally tanned, but I’m not. A lot of that has to do with me being in the house so much, working. I decided to get my glow on for this Summer with Jergens Natural Glow. I first heard about this from my very good friend Audrey (you may know her from Mom Generations). I can remember her always saying how she uses Jergens all year ’round to keep that natural glow. And she always looks fabulously tanned and while I’m sure she does get some sun, I do know that she prefers this to the sun for obvious reasons.
Jergens Natural Glow gradually creates a natural color when used once a day. There’s no funny colors, no streaking, nothing like that. You’re basically moisturizing your skin with lotion, with the added benefits of glowing tan and SPF protection. I’ve been using it for almost a month now and I am in love with it. I could definitely see differences but when my SIL noticed, I knew it was working. We always get-together at the Western Heritage and this year, she said my hair looked more red and that I looked soooo tanned! I loved that! If you’re wondering about the hair, redheads run in the family on my grandmother’s (mom) side. I guess my true colors are coming out…both hair and skin! lol
My bottle is getting low because I use it on my whole body, especially places that don’t get sun like my upper thighs, stomach, etc. I rinse my hands and use it sparingly on my knees, elbows, and ankles. The bottle runs at just under $9 bucks and while that may seem like a lot, I’m keeping my body safe from the sun, moisturizing it and making it feel super soft, and gettin’ my glow on on places I’d never show the sun…..or anyone for that matter. HA!
By the way, if you noticed the photo above, you can see that they make one for your face, which I have also been using! I hate foundation so this has been great for me.
How do you get your glow on for Summer?
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