Trilogy Instant Bronzing Gel Review

*This product was kindly sent to me by the lovely people at www.mypure.co.uk all opinions are my own.*
Hello, Beautifuls! 
It seems like the summer is finally upon us and many of us are looking to get a nice, summer glow to our complexions. 
When it comes to tanning I want it to look as natural as possible without it being streaky or orange. I also want it to be a more gradual process rather than being my normal pale self one day to *BOOM* dark and tanned the next. So I decided to try Trilogy’s Instant Bronzing Gel, which is a natural, cruelty-free alternative to commercial tanners. 
I absolutely ADORE the Trilogy packaging and this is no exception. It looks classy and well designed and conveys the image of a high-quality product. The product itself is packaged in a bronzed squeezy tube with a secure fitting plastic lid to dispense the gel.
I really like this kind of packaging as it means it is travel-friendly and an easy addition to any overnight bag.
On to the product itself. It smells DIVINE. It smells of caramelised sugar and pecans, which is heaven to me as I adore caramel scents. It applies as a thin gel and dries extremely quickly. Upon application, it gives the skin a gorgeous bronzed shimmer and it develops to a deep, natural tan within two to three hours.
I really like how you can use this product once to give a subtle tanned appearance to the skin or apply it daily to achieve a deep, lasting tan. It seems a much more convenient, versatile alternative to commercial tanning products. 
Because it applies as a sheer gel it adapts and flatters individual complexions and lets natural skin show through rather than smothering it in fake tan. 
I honestly love this product so much. It is by far the best “at home tanner” I have tried and the fact it is cruelty-free and natural is a HUGE bonus! 
You can buy this product HERE from the lovely people at www.mypure.co.uk  
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One Comment Add yours

  1. Doiti says:

    Thank you Robert your review is helpful – well written (a rare joy) and with just the right amount of detail to keep the reader engaged.

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