This didn't moisturize for me at all. My face felt dry after it. It says it gives a hint of color. and it gradually builds. Not true. You have to put on a lot of layers to actually see a difference. Even when you do that it gives a weird yellow tint. Never again will I use this.
I got it for 99 cents its good for a sunscreen but im not sure its oil free....i dont suggest for oily skin
I got this last year as a sample and loved it. It was fool proof for me and even though I ignored the package and still got close to my hairline and brows I didn't see any orange just tan. And no tanner smell just sunscreen but it fades really quickly. Absorbs really nice and doesn't have a heavy feel to it all. I put it on and then wait a little while just to make sure it's dry and then put on m/u. Works great definately recommend it.
This is an oil-free sunscreen lotion that promises to "gradually develop a healthy glow just by moisturizing". I ended up with a bonus 1 oz sample tube that came with the purchase of a feminine hygiene product. Active ingredients here are avobenzone 3%, homosalate 5%, octisalate 5%, and octocrylene 2.5%. The formula does not have much of a scent and is nicely moisturizing, albeit a bit greasy on the oilier parts of the face--it gives me a shiny nose :-) The tanning effect is quick--I saw it within a couple of applications--and believable, lasting for 2-4 days on me. It's a nice product, although I would need to test out more facial self-tanners/sunscreens to decide whether it merits 5 lippies.