Product Name: Tan Physics
Product Type: Lotion/Gel
Size: 8 Oz.
Cost Per Ounce: $3.74
Where To Buy: Click Here
Top 10 Ingredients: Water, Aloe Barbadensis Gel, Glycine Soja (Soybean) Oil, Dihydroxyacetone, Caramel, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Citrus Nobilis(Mandarin Orange) Peel Extract, Argania Spinosa (Argan) Oil, Retinyl Palmitate & Ascorbyl Palmitate & Tocopheryl Acetate
Before we get to what we like and don’t like, I will say it’s a bit of an annoyance actually ordering Tan Physics.
As of now, it’s only sold online. And to get to their order form, you have to give them your email address each time. Trust me, it’s annoying.
With that said, let’s talk about the product itself…
Overall, Tan Physics is a pretty nice self tanner.
It dries faster than most products we’ve tried, which is a HUGE plus. It also produces a nice, light-medium colored tan.
The biggest drawback of this product is the smell, which is kind of like kitchen cleaner.
To sum up, we gave this product 3.5 out of 5 stars, and were generally happy with the results.
Look and Feel
Tan Physics comes out a light brown, orangey color, almost like clay. It’s a gel with a thin consistency.
Tan Physics has a light tint to it, but the tint doesn’t act as a guide as it quickly blends into your skin upon application.
The smooth gel consistency makes it easy to apply.
It wasn’t very messy applying this product, as it quickly absorbs into your body.
The best part about Tan Physics is the drying time,which is under 10 minutes!
Once on your body it doesn’t feel sticky at all and you won’t have to wait long before dressing or climbing into bed.
Since the tint is so light and the drying time is so fast, there wasn’t an issue with this product rubbing off on sheets or clothing.
Smell (Before Application)
The smell of Tan Physics is not a pleasant one; to me it smelled like household cleaner.
You can tell it was meant to smell like citrus, but it smells more like chemicals than orange or lemon.
It’s not the absolute worst smelling self tanner, but it was far from smelling “nice”.
Smell (After Several Hours And The Next Day)
The unpleasant odor intensified a bit a few hours after application.
And the next day I smelled a slight hint of DHA after showering this product off.
Tan Physics produced a very even, medium-type tan.
This product leaves you looking sun-kissed and bronzed, without having too much of that “orange” look.
If you’re looking for a very dark or very light tan, this probably isn’t the product for you. This one was very ‘middle of the road’ as far as color goes.
After application, I didn’t notice any streakiness or blotchiness that some self tanners leave.
How Long It Lasts
Tan Physics lasts abut 3-4 days, which is average.
It fades a little splotchy in some areas, like many self tanners do.
OK For Men?
There are a lot of things men will like about this product: the color produced and speedy drying time being the top two.
The only thing that may deter men from trying this product is the smell. But if they can look past that, this product could be a winner for them.
The 8 oz. bottle costs $29.95, which seems a little pricey. However, that works out to $3.74 per ounce, which is about average as far as most self tanners go.
Where To Buy
To buy Tan Physics, Click Here.
Tan Physics Self Tanner: Summary
|Factor||Tan Physics Self Tanner|
|Look and Feel||It has a gel consistency and a light brown, orangey tint.|
|Application||Application is easy, the product blends into skin nicely|
|Drying Time||Dries extremely quickly; under 10 minutes|
|Smell (Before)||Smells like household cleaner, with citrus undertones|
|Smell (After)||There’s the slightest DHA smell after showering this product off|
|Color Produced||Produces an even, medium, sun-kissed color|
|How Long It Lasts||About 3-4 days, which is average|
|OK For Men?||Yes, if they can get past the smell.|
|Price||$29.95 for 8 ounces, pricey for one bottle but not bad per oz.|
|Where To Buy||Click Here|
Category: Self Tanning Reviews