A-list favorite tanning mousse has an offer that's too good to miss - nab yours before it sells out!

The A-list favorite tanning mousse is easy to use and beloved by legions of stars including Kate Moss, Kim Kardashian, and Margot Robbie

Kate Moss attends The Eternity Charity Fundraiser hosted by Lola Bute in support of Action On Addiction, James' Place, Place2Be and Grow at Alva Coachworks on May 5, 2022 in London, England.
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The St Tropez tanning mousse that celebrities swear by has an incredible discount for two days only.

Luckily for fans of a sunkissed glow the legendary tanning mousse, that's an A-lister favorite, has 30% off deals for only 2 days during the Amazon Prime Day shopping event. Often touted among the best self tan you can buy, this product is a godsend for those wondering how to fake tan from home.

Fan of the brand Kate Moss previously discussed her love of the tan with Vogue (opens in new tab)saying, "St. Tropez is a trustworthy brand, people know it and it's a natural-looking tan - what people don't want is something orange," she said. "I've been using the products since they started."

The model added, "When you've got a tan it definitely helps with your confidence. You just feel better. You look in the mirror and think: 'Ooh, I look quite healthy! I feel awful, but I look great!'"

Discussing why the St Tropez mousse she said that it, "does it so well that you do look natural, you don't have that fear, which I always did, of going streaky and not being able to fix it." 

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St. Tropez Self Tan Classic Bronzing Mousse was $42.00(£35), now $29.40(£24.75) (opens in new tab) | Amazon

St. Tropez Self Tan Classic Bronzing Mousse is renowned for its ease of application. Not only is it easy to use, but the cult classic doesn't have that oh-so-unpleasant chemical scent that beauty fans often complain about.

If you're wondering how to get fake tan off hands, the company also sell a range of products, which are designed to protect your precious paws from the ravages of unwanted tan. So you can say bye-bye to orange knuckles and coffee-colored cuticles too!

Another famous fan of the product is the one and only Kim Kardashian, who the Metro (opens in new tab) reports uses a really interesting self-tanning trick to avoid her gorgeous glow being exposed as false.

"I always ask if I can have the part in my hair sprayed, as well as my body! I normally have a center part, so if it’s not sprayed, it becomes obvious and appears really pale."

Aoife Hanna
Aoife Hanna

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