Jergens • natural glow express medim/tan • Self Tanners
|Would buy this product again.||74%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I love this self-tanner. I took one liippie off because I think the fragrance is too strong. Maybe they need to do that to mask the chemical spell, I'm not sure, but it's as strong as a perfume lotion. Now to the good stuff. I have very white pastey legs. Natural Glow Express gives me a very natural non-orange look. Plus, it works practically overnight. Yes, the bottle is small, but I think it's because you're supposed to use it less.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
It definitely does its job...fast.
I was desperate for a tan so what I did is applied it, let it dry, then applied again, it worked very well. Although I have to admit it did look a bit orange once I stepped out into the sun, but not that obvious, only 4 lipsticks because I prefer Hawaiian Tropic's Island Radiance self-tanner.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This is so much better than the original Natural Glow! The smell is 100x better. This gives me beautiful color in such a short amount of time. I feel like I have tried every single self-tanner on the market and this is definitely one of my favorites. I don't use it on my back or chest because I'm scared of breaking out (I use Natural Glow for faces instead) but it looks great on the rest of my body. The only downside is the incredibly small bottle....I guess their reasoning was that you don't have to use it as much to get a dark tan like you would with the regular Natural Glow...? Who knows. I will still buy it again despite the teeny tiny bottle.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I like this product! My skin had a nice tan look and I had no streaks. However, I've been using self tanners for a long time now and I do rub them in very well! Really a good product for a quick tan. I only wish the bottle was bigger!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
i needed a tan in 3 days for an open call, and i picked this up to try it. it smells a little funny, put i just use a perfume spray after i apply it. slightly orangy so be careful with how mouch you use. i fogot o apply it to the insides of my arms and got a horrible line! (trying to now fix it) so be careful not to miss any spots. only downsid is taht i got some on my white tank top, and it turned orange!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Pros: great, bronze color in just one application, decent smell, blends nicely, and is 100x better than jergens natural glow (the regular one)
Cons: the bottle is tiny and I can go through one whole one in a week if I tan my whole body, doesn't dry quickly, because its a more intense gradual self tanner, theres less room for error, so you have to be careful when applying.
I wouldnt repurchase because I like my L'oreal sublime glow much better. But this was a vast improvement from the original natural glow. good job, jergens.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Hands down the best self tanner i've seen for a cheap price. It doesnt make you look completely orange like a lot of other ones do but gives you a nice darker glow. Although it does give a hint of orange but after 2 days you can see a change in color.
but i dont enjoy the smell of it.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
As a natural (= pastey) blonde I have become an expert at self-tanners. I am very impressed with Jergen's Natural Glow Express. Reading the bottle you think you'll need more than one application. I was surprised to wake up to a pretty dark tan the next day. Hence the EXPRESS part of the name.
(BTW I never waste my time with the 'light' versions of self-tanners. I need a tan and I need it now. I don't need to look 'sort of' tan)
It has been 5 days and the tan still looks pretty good....with no reapplication. I put this on before bed. Let it dry before putting on my jammies. I didn't exfoliate. Fantastic looking brown tan.
The secret to self-tanners is this: You have to be absolutely methodical and make sure you don't miss any spots otherwise you end up whining about looking 'blotchy' and blaming it on the self-tanner. It's YOU. Self-tanning lotion was not made for impatient & non-detail oriented people. You people should go to a Mystic Tan tanning booth where it's done for you.
Besides the wonderful tan I got, this was also moisturizing--a first for one step tanning. Usually self-tannrs dry out your skin. This is bar none, the best sunless tanner I have used.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I love this stuff! I have bought so many of these and I always stock up when it is on sale. It gives very quick color in even just one day. I will use it for 3 days if I'm going to go boating or on a trip to a sunny place. It gives such a nice glow and a fairly natural looking color to my medium/fair asian skin. This is much thicker than the regular Jergens sunless tanner. The only downside is that since it is so thick its pretty hard to get out all of the lotion. I solved this the other day by taking of the cap and running my fingers in the bottle. This way you aren't wasting the last few drops. I wish it came in a bigger bottle!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I'm officially on my second bottle of this stuff. I've been on the hunt for my HG self tanner, but have not had much luck with the way things get discontinued and my local drug store stops carrying things on a whim...
I picked this up one night at about 1am, *I was looking for cold meds* and gave it a try the next day.
For a gradual self tanner it sure gives you fast results. I had about a months worth of tanning salon color in less than 5 hours! After ONE application. I was amazed.
You do need to be careful, as with all self tanners, that you spread evenly and sparingly along certain parts, and definitely wait until dry to dress (you will be streaky and blotchy if you dress before it's dry as it will soak into your clothes and not your skin).
After three days of application, I looked like I had lived in Barbados for months. I wasn't orange, wasn't oompa-loompa looking in the least. very natural.
The only trick I've yet to master is making the color distribution even from wrist to hand (after washing hands I get a stark line...which...is my only complaint, but probably only due to my negligence.
Other gradual tan systems just seem silly now that I can have desired results in hours.
I've a rebuyer on this one for sure! Jergens! I love this! Don't let it go!