Every beauty addict's saving grace is the flawless glow of fake tan along with the prevention it offers from harmful rays prematurely ageing our skin.
But let’s not hide behind the fact that fake tanning comes with one overbearing (and admittedly first-world) hassle: those unsightly assaults on our bed sheets and pillowcases, which result in monumental volumes of washing as well as the dreaded post-tan bed linen changeover (who needs a gym with that physical output?!)
Avoid these fake tan pitfalls. Your bed linen will thank you.
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For those with little time to spare (on our watch, that’s basically everyone), we introduce you to these life-saving bamboo sheet and pillow protectors, created by one clever fellow fake-tanner over at After Tan Co.
Designed to complete the final stage of your tanning routine, these delightful protectors eliminate that dreadful imprint of fake tan on your much-loved bed threads, because, let’s face it, you should be the only one wearing your fake tan.
- FEEL incredible with their luxurious 600 thread count weave
- Are temperature regulating and antibacterial (huge ticks for developing a tan as you sleep)
- Come in black to avoid visible markings (and elbow grease over the laundry sink)
- Are both completely machine-washable
- Press-studs line each side of the sheet protector, making hopping in and out of bed a breeze
- The sheet protector comes in a super-roomy king single size (starfish sleepers sorted)
- The pillow protector is padded and extra comfy
- Both come beautifully packaged (perfect for gifting your fellow fake tanners)
So, all that’s left of your overnight tanning routine is:
- Wake up with an incredible Greek Goddess complexion
- Remove and throw your protectors into a cold machine wash (while you go about looking amazing)
- Once they’re dry, store them into your easy-store bag or cylinder (and continue looking amazing)
Check out these perfect After Tan Co protectors here. You bed linen will thank-you.
Read about the wonderful benefits of bamboo bedding here.