[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] It seems like the ideal time to give thisworks Perfect Legs Skin Miracle another outing – it’s an oldie but a goodie and circumnavigates that awkward phase of transitioning from spring (legs covered) to summer (legs not covered).

We can safely ignore the ‘multi-vitamin’ on the bottle because it will make no tangible difference to your skin but the texture is very much more serum than body lotion. It’s light and silky which makes it very easy to work around the skin. My skin actually stays soft all the time that the product is on.

Although the colouring agent is billed as natural caramel, I can see synthetic red iron oxide on the ingredient list so that caramel is not working alone! A lovely touch is the fragrance of sweet orange and geranium which is light but really very pleasant. There are some very nice ingredients in thisworks Perfect Legs Skin Miracle such as allantoin, shea butter, macadamia oil and arnica which is why it feels so lovely on the skin.

I’ve put a light application on one arm so you can see the warmth of the colour – I’m aware I look like I’ve been fighting with cats but those are gardening injuries! The joy of thisworks Perfect Legs Skin is that it washes off – there’s none of the nervous anticipation of how it will develop because it stays as you see it when you put it on. I wouldn’t risk my white linen dress with this but generally, it doesn’t transfer and just takes the blue edge of your pins if you want to reach for your dresses or shorts. As a belt and braces exercise, I’d recommend exfoliating before you apply, particularly round feet. It’s as fool proof as self tan gets and there’s a 30ml for £12 HERE in case you feel trepidatious, but otherwise, a full size (£150ml) is £42 HERE.

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