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November 14, 2011

Fake Bake Lipo Bronze

It's no surprise that I am a fan of self-tanning.  You might say I'm a bit obsessed.  After three kids and less time than I consider ideal for working out and being a fan of all things sweet, there is you might say, a bit of cellulite on my once streamlined thighs.  Fake Bake Lipo Bronze ($21.99) to the rescue! 


Well, yes, in a way it does work.  We all know that tanning makes you look thinner and hides the dimples from cellulite so Fake Bake Lipo Bronze is a good solution.  It's a dark colored lotion so you know where you are applying the bronzer and you should definitely wear the gloves that are provided in the box.  If not, you will stain the palms of your hands.  I like to apply it after my shower and I found that it works almost as well as the other Fake Bake self-tanning, bronzing products.  It doesn't last as long but it is a good quick fix and it does reduce the appearance of cellulite.  It is supposed to reduce the appearance of cellulite after a few weeks of using Fake Bake Lipo Bronze, which it does, because as I said before you are tanner looking.  However, while it keeps skin smooth looking it doesn't reduce cellulite for good.  Nothing but hard work at the gym does that.  Sorry, folks.  However, I do like the Fake Bake Lipo Bronze.  I think it is a good buy and while using it does what it says.  It just doesn't have permanent results. 

Fake Bake Lipo Bronze can be purchased as the company website, Fake Bake salons nationwide and on

MPR Rating:  Three Stars.

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