Ten Reasons Why You Should Not BuyCoppertone Endless Summer Sunless Tanning Bronzing Foam

Coppertone Endless Summer Sunless Tanning Bronzing Foam is one of those self-tanning products that give self-tanners a bad name. I thought that streaking orange hued self-tanners were a thing of the past, but I was wrong. I bought Coppertone Endless Summer Sunless Tanning Bronzing Foam at my local CVS and thought I was buying a product that would stand up to the company name on the bottle. After all, I have use Coppertone sun care products most of my life, like most of America. Unfortunately I was sadly disappointed. I returned my Coppertone Endless Summer Sunless Tanning Bronzing Foam for a full refund. Fortunately my orange hued legs equally horrified the manager at CVS.

A good self-tanning foam should apply easily, have a natural tan color, and never streak. These are the minimal requirements I had when I bought the bottle of Coppertone Endless Summer Sunless Tanning Bronzing Foam. The bottle itself convinced me this would be a great and effective self tanner. Words like “superior natural color” and “enhanced color quality” had visions of sun bronzed skin in my head. All I wanted was a tan without the skin cancer. The instructions were clear and concise. Apply quickly and evenly, wash hands with soap, wait five minutes before getting dressed, and the usual instructions you find on any self-tanner. By following these instructions the Coppertone Endless Summer Sunless Tanning Bronzing Foam bottle stated that I would have a superior natural looking tan in about 30 minutes. Not one of these minimal standards were met, which leads to my ten reasons you should never buy Coppertone Endless Summer Sunless Tanning Bronzing Foam.

1. My first problem with the Coppertone Endless Summer Sunless Tanning Bronzing Foam began when I dispensed the foam onto my hand. It smelled. This was not a good sign, but I didn’t have anywhere I had to be right away, so I though after it dried I could take a shower in a few hours. Wrong. The smell was just too bad. I forced myself not to shower, but it really would have been a major problem if I had to be anywhere before I could have showered.

2. I bought Coppertone Endless Summer Sunless Tanning Bronzing Foam because it said it had a temporary hint of color that would help in the application. After I rubbed this product in completely I had no idea where it had been and where it had not. There was no temporary color at all.

3. The superior natural color did not start showing up in thirty minutes like the directions said it would. About three hours after I applied the Coppertone Endless Summer Sunless Tanning Bronzing Foam I broke down and had to shower, I couldn’t wait for the self-tanner to appear anymore.

4. Unfortunately for me the Coppertone Endless Summer Sunless Tanning Bronzing Foam did soak in before I showered. I know this because of the streaky orange color my legs and arms turned. The orange color began to show up about four hours after the initial application. It was rather faded fortunately. Not a deep glowing natural looking color as promised on the bottle. I guess I should not complain that the color was week since it was orange.

5.A 3.7 ounce bottle of Coppertone Endless Summer Sunless Tanning Bronzing Foam cost me $13.00. A little more if you include taxes. This was a complete waste of my money. I have used other self-tanning products from the drug store and had much better results. Most of them all cost about $7.99.

6. One of the worst problems I found with Coppertone Endless Summer Sunless Tanning Bronzing Foam was that it stained my clothing. The directions specifically said that it would dry in five minutes. I waited a full half hour before I got dresses and it still managed to turn the inside of my bra a lovely orange color that still has not washed out.

7. The Coppertone Endless Summer Sunless Tanning Bronzing Foam also left an orange color on my bath towels. I did not shower for three hours, which is what the directions said to do, but it still affected my bath towels.

8.The skin on my feet was mottled in appearance. I exfoliated my heels, ankles, and feet before applying the Coppertone Endless Summer Sunless Tanning Bronzing Foam. I have found this to work for other self-tanners and expected no less from this product. I was wrong.

9. My toenails actually soaked up some of the orange color.

10. It faded even more unevenly than when I applied it. All around I would say Coppertone Endless Summer Sunless Tanning Bronzing Foam is not worth the money. I though my self-tanning nightmare was finally over, but as it faded it continued to look terrible.

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