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October 21, 2011

Infinity Sun Glow on the Go

Infinity Sun Glow is another sunless tanner that has crossed my doorstep.  I like to guinea pig myself out for many types of beauty products, including sunless tanners. This one is particularly interesting because it is the first all-natural sunless tanning technology, made with anti-aging anti-oxidants and pure botanicals. It can give you a customized spray tan while hydrating your skin and enhancing natural skin tone.   The Infinity Sun Glow on the Go ($40) bottle says it can last up to two weeks.
Applied with a proprietary spray system this product should be operated by a sunless tanning professional. The entire process should only take about three minutes when done this way. I applied it myself holding the spray 4-6 inches from my skin.  What came out was a concentrated brownish color that didn't spray evenly or all over.  It was dark in some spots and light in others. I rubbed it into my skin for an even cover but hours later I didn't have that glow.  The bottle of Infinity Sun Glow states that it must be applied in even sprays.  That's impossible for someone who doesn't do this for a living or have the proper tools.  Having a professional do it is a must.  I will try it again though and see if I can layer a glowing look that way.  I will say this for Infinity Sun Glow on the Go- there is no harsh aroma when applied or after using, which is fantastic and hard to find.  It also doesn't stain your clothes like others or dry out your skin. My legs did not feel tight after use.  I love that!  Must be the 7 essential oils and Vitamins A and E that make it work like that. 

Infinity Sun Glow on the Go is available on the companys website with a host of other Infinity products.

MPR Rating:  Two Stars.  UPDATE:  FOUR STARS- One day later and I'm a golden goddess after only one application.  No streaking either. Not even one little bit. My skin isn't dry either.  Just remember to really wash your hands right after use or wear gloves.  Infinity Sun Glow on the Go pulled an all-nighter and made it work even if it wasn't as the packaging stated.

Disclaimer:  MPR was not paid for this post. Products received are for review purposes only.  Opinions are MPR's only.