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May 21, 2013

Brownberry NY rolls out clear sunless tanner.

Brownberry New York, what originally began as Manhattan’s first mobile spray tan service, has recently launched its Clear Sunless Tanning Spray, the debut product in the company’s new retail line.

 
Touted as the only sunless tanning spray on the market enriched with super-nutrient Vitamin D3, theClear Sunless Tanning Spray is dermatologist-tested, paraben and oil-free, and can be used on both the face and body, said the company. Application features a 360-degree continuous spray actuator, allowing the light, rub-free mist to be evenly applied upside-down, ideal for hitting those hard-to-reach areas that can often result in splotchy, uneven application.

 
TheClear Sunless Tanning Spray is $45 and available online at Brownberry New York
 
 

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