At-Home Tanning: The DIY Way

Let's face it, these winter months can get a little dark and dreary and leave your skin looking...well...a little pale. Sure, you could hit the tanning bed, or buy yourself a popular self-tanner, but why damage and slather your skin with harmful chemicals? Instead, embrace your inner DIY diva and start raiding your cupboards for ingredients that are good for you, will give you that coveted faux-glow and enhance your tan while also nourishing and protecting your skin. Sound too good to be true? It's not.

Personally, I love tanning, and what's more, I love DIY sunless home...using products I make myself! Not only can I rock a year round tan but I'm also protecting my skin while doing so! It is the best of both worlds! In fact, I love making my own at-home tanning recipes so much that I wrote a Kindle book on it called “Getting Baked: Home Remedies for Tanning”. Inside you will find body scrubs and accelerators, tanning lotions and oils, after-sun remedies and even a list of foods so you can eat your way to a better tan.

And here is where things get even more awesome – for the next 48 hours you can download this book loaded with DIY skinsperation for free. Just for you. Because we like you! Simply click this link to download over 50 pages of easy-to-make DIY tanning recipes that will help give your skin that sun-kissed look you have been missing. Get your free copy here!

Don't have a Kindle? No fret! Download the free book to your smartphone, computer, or tablet and dive right in. That's it. That's all you have to do! Of course, if you like what you read, write a short review, give it a quick rating, or tell a friend so they too can download the book for free. You see that's the beauty of a free gift – it's free so you can pass it around, share the love, and DIY your way to a sexy faux-glow, no matter what season it is! Download yours now! You can get this book free until Friday, Nov. 16 at 11:59pm.

This post and the Kindle book was written by Vanessa Roberts.