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Olay Everyday Sunshine

Olay Everyday SunshineI was pleased to see an expensive product win last night’s How To Look Good Naked competition, after the last three episodes began to prove you pay for branding and not the product itself. Last night it was moisturisers with fake tan that were put to the test, and Make Believe Tan Extender (£25) scored highest with 75 points out of a possible 100.

However, Olay Everyday Sunshine (£5.99) came in at second place and scored 72 points out of a possible 100 – only 3 points behind the winner. So my conclusion? If you’re looking for a cheap tanning moisturiser that works almost as well as one five times its price, opt for Olay’s version.

Now there’s no excuse to look like Casper on the beach!

One Response to “Olay Everyday Sunshine”

  1. Be Beautiful Says:

    I found a way more expensive product that won over less expensive products: Hylexin Dark Circle Cream (95.00 pounds) won over Benefit Eye Con (£21.50), Boots Time Delay (£7.99) and ROC Hydra+ Destressant Eyes (£11.95). I have had such a wonderful experience with Eye Con that I am very curious to see what the results of Hylexin Dark Circle Cream will be. The only thing better than what I’ve experienced with Eye Con would be my circle disappearing! Maybe you do get what you pay for.