Save – Piz Buin Tan Intensifying After Sun £6.00
If you don’t want to spend that much on after sun, though, then I’d recommend giving Piz Buin’s After Sun Moisturising Lotion a whirl.
Much like the above product, it boasts a tan intensifying formula. Containing Tanimel, a natural plant extract, it helps your skin to produce double the amount of natural tanning pigments. Apply it at the end of the day and the next morning you’ll wake up with smooth, glowing skin.
I love this tan intensifying after sun. It feels really light and helps cool my skin after a day spent in the sun.
Boasting a lightweight, creamy formula, this after sun melts straight in and doesn’t leave any oily residue. It also moisturises and restores your sun-stressed skin, preventing it from becoming patchy.
Insider Tip: Leave your after sun in the fridge during the day. It’ll be extra cooling when you apply it.
If you ask me, these products are on par. Though I prefer the scent of Lancaster’s after sun, once you’ve massaged both products into your skin, you can’t really smell them anymore anyway. In terms of enhancing your tan, they both do the trick too. Basically, you can’t go wrong either way!
You can buy Lancaster’s after sun on lookfantastic, while you’ll have to head to boots to get the Piz Buin one.
Are Expensive Suitcases Worth The Investment?
Suitcases are a bit of a nemesis of mine. I travel a lot and get through suitcases pretty quickly. My criteria has always been cheap, lightweight and not ugly. As it turns out, you can actually find really pretty suitcases for a reasonable price.
Save With BEBE Or Splurge On Ted Baker?
While the Ted Baker suitcase is very pretty and lightweight, you can get an equally attractive case for much less. Boasting a similar durable hard shell exterior, the same 360-degree swivel wheels, as well as packing straps, pockets and zip-away partitions, the BEBE suitcase is just as practical. Plus, the floral pink print is just as cute.
As long as the suitcase is sturdy enough to protect all your possessions, you really don’t need to spend any more than necessary. Though the more expensive case does come with a five-year guarantee, unless you’re traveling every weekend, a £50 suitcase will easily last you that long. At the end of the day, they all get thrown around by airport workers. Save your pennies on this one.
And there you have it – the answers to all your holiday essential shopping needs!
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