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Xen-Tan

April 11, 2007

Xen-Tan recently added new products to its line of self-tanners, which include Perfect Bronze, Face Tanner, Tan-To-Go and Body Sponge. Perfect Bronze is a silky, smooth powder bronzer that gives skin an instant tan or enhances an already existing tan. Face Tanner combines self-tanner with vitamin E, which offers antioxidant benefits with gentle fruit acids to smooth delicate skin on the face and throat. The instant color gives a quick boost of bronze and helps eliminate missed spots. Tan-To-Go is a deluxe dose of Xen-Tan’s most popular products, which include Dark Lotion, Tan Extender and Body Scrub packaged in easy-to-travel tubes. Body Sponge is a large foam sponge to use with Xen-Tan’s Dark Mist for a quick tan while helping eliminate stains on palms.

Xen-Tan’s color begins to develop in three hours by using high levels of DHA to yield rich, deep color. Celebrity fans of Xen-Tan include Drew Barrymore and Giuliana DePandi. More info: www.xen-tan.com.
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