I'm not too fussed with having a tan but if I do want some colour, I'd rather fake tan than get the real thing. This is because I'm impatient and I don't want to heighten my risk of cancer.
All I've ever used before this, is a gradual tanning moisturiser, so this was my first time fake tanning 'properly'. I am delighted to say, I am happy with the results! Even as a first timer, I found it ever so easy to do.
To me, this smells like shampoo/hairspray which isn't over whelming at all. To prepare for this, I exfoliated and moisturised, like you should prior to all tanning products. I then used plastic gloves to apply the mousse and made sure I rubbed it in well. I left it for 4-6 hours and then had a shower. The water was fairly clear.
I am always paranoid with tanning products, thinking they have made me turn orange. I'm still not sure if I'm orange with this but it's better than other products I've tried.
You can buy this from the likes of Savers, TJ Hughes, Ebay, Amazon, Fragrance Direct and Cheap Smells (Probably a few other places too).
I was too lazy to go out so I ordered mine from Cheap Smells for £3.99 with free delivery. It's £2.99 from Fragrance Direct but P&P is £1.95.