Sophie Hinchliffe (more commonly known as her Instagram handle, Mrs Hinch) has changed our homes for the better, introducing us to some incredible cleaning products we never knew we needed. And these days we've also become huge fans of her fashion and beauty buys as well. After spending so much time indoors during lockdown, we're especially paying attention to Mrs Hinch's pick for the best fake tan – Skinny Tan's Tan & Tone Oil – especially now that it's on sale at Boots for more than 35 percent off!
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The famed cleanfluencer, whose book is #1 on Amazon months before it's October release, shared a snap on her Instagram Stories of Skinny Tan's Tan & Tone Oil in Dark and gave the product a rave review.
Want to look great? Keep Mrs Hinch's summer beauty checklist, which includes her go-to Skinny Tan product, handy this season
"I've noticed so many messages this morning asking what fake tan I use," she said in a glowing social media post. "Must be because my hands are suddenly really tanned! I haven't had the time to tan in weeks, so I feel like I've come back from holiday today, but this is the one guys! I buy it online, it's amazing. And sometimes they have really good offers on. I apply it with a tanning glove! Hope this helps."
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Skinny Tan, Tan & Tone Oil in Dark,
£24.99 £15.99, Boots
Speaking of offers - she's right - you can buy this very formula from Boots for £15.99, down from £23.99. Result!
The Skinny Tan oil is just one step of Mrs Hinch's summer beauty treatment routine, which also includes: Nip + Fab Salicylic Fix Clay Mask, Dove Nourishing Care Lotion and grooming with Tweezerman tweezers.
Talking about her love of inexpensive beauty buys, the mother-of-one said recently: "I just love finding random, reasonably-priced products that actually work, instead of those that are popular because of the name and cost a small fortune!"
Mrs Hinch has also shared her top beauty two products from 2019 that she's using well into 2020. Her top picks were the £25.99 Vitamasques Gold Hydroglow Cream and Superdrug's Vitamin E Nourishing Eye Cream, which retails for just £3.50.
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