June 11, 2006

secret tanning oil for the melanin challenged

Don't use it until you have a good base. Leave it out in the sun with you so it liquifies. And don't get the BLUE Blue Magic, get the GREEN Blue Magic. It's all the rage at my pool. Rub it on your arms, legs, chest, and whhhat have you. Lanolin and Olive Oil are the featured ingredients. It's greassssey, but it's good.


Tags: , , , = Powered by Qumana

6 comments:

jr said...

I'm more than confused by the label, other than the blue/green stuff. It says "Anti-Breakage Formula" and new shatterproof jar. Is the "anti-breakage formula" for the shatter proof jar or for your scalp or for your hair. This product needs to be Sessumized!

Jeneane Sessum said...

Okay, here's were direct user experience comes in. I actually DROPPED my jar, which is plastic, at the pool onto the concrete. Guess what. The TOP BROKE and the stuff splattered everywhere. :-(

But I managed to salvage most of it and now have the remains in a baggie. :-) SO, the anti breakage formula is definitely NOT for the jar. It's for your hair. Or skin in this case.

bmo said...

Repurposed Dippity-Do is what it is. I say, if your hair ain't broke, why fix it.

Jessica said...

Ahhh, you're back at the pool, aren't you? I'm so jealous. This month, I'm going to make an effort to soak in more sun.

j. brotherlove said...

I can't believe folk are slatering this on their skin! There was always a jar of it on the bathroom shelf growing up. Who knew!

Jeneane Sessum said...

BMO, dipity doo had alcohol in it--this is oiiillllsss. J--YEP! J2--I use the blue stuff for Jenna's hair. ;-)