FANS of Tan Gummies, listen up: UTAN & Tone has just released a new product – and it’s already hit the shelves in Superdrug.
Sun Gummies are the latest “sweet supplement” claiming to enhance a natural sun tan from the inside out, without having to spend hours-on-end basking in the midday heat.
- UTAN Sun Gummies, £17.99, Superdrug – buy now
The apple lemonade flavour gummies claim to “help accelerate a gorgeous glow in a safe, fast and effective way” and “will not only help you make the most of out of a natural tan prior to sun exposure or a summer holiday but also prolong your bronze – by preparing skin in advance.”
The “supplement” is now available in Superdrug, and you can get your hands on a tub for £17.99.
UTAN & Tone recommend “3-4 Sun Gummies per day, chewing thoroughly before swallowing – prior to, during and after safe sun exposure”.
The gummies are also vegan friendly, gluten free and contain no artificial colours or flavours.
Tan Gummies launched earlier this year and are also available at Superdrug[/caption]
- UTAN Tan Gummies, £14.99, Superdrug – buy now
UTAN & Tone’s Sun Gummies come after the success of their raspberry Tan Gummies – the edible tanning supplement that took Instragram by storm earlier this year, with loyal fans taking to social media to share impressive before and after photos.
Both products claim to give you a bronzed effect “from the inside out”, using vitamins, minerals and plant nutrients.
Tan Gummies and Sun Gummies contain a range of EFSA approved ingredients, like Vitamin E, Vitamin C to help with the formation of collagen, and zinc and Riboflavin for the maintenance of normal skin.
Fans shared their Tan Gummies before and after pictures, earlier this year[/caption]
Speaking about the Tan Gummies, Dr Carol Cooper told Fabulous Online:
“[UTAN] appears to be a supplement which means there’s no legal requirement to adhere to any particular standards of manufacture.
“That aside, it’s well known that carotene compounds, which seem to be the main active ingredients, do turn the skin orange.
“Carrots are of course the main natural source of carotenoids. The skin of people who eat a lot of carrots is often yellowy-orange.”
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