Manly Monday – Blokes trying to get a bit of color is a thing!


If you’ve ever watched an episode of the Kardashians, you’ll know the effect one (Lord) Scott Disick has on the show. He’s ridiculous, self-absorbed, immature, and exactly what you want to watch on reality TV. Forget the rest of the crew, this man can and does pull a crowd, and his latest exploits have got us excited. Revealed the other week on Kourtney & Kim Take Miami, Scott Disick is a lover of tinted moisturizer.

As if the Miami sun wasn’t enough, Lord Disick revels—secretly before being caught by Kourtney—in the fine art of tinted moisturizers. We here at DermStore would like to applaud Mr. Disick on his coming out of sorts, even if it was fuelled by an inquisitive Kourtney. Sun beds are never a good idea, and tanning out in the sun is disastrous for your skin. But, a tinted moisturizer is perfectly safe, effective, and surprisingly protective of your skin. Scott, the ever-dapper man himself, had been secretly helping himself to his ladies supplies, but now that it’s out, we want to lend a hand.

So, gentleman, if you’re in need of a bit of color, or ladies, if you think your man could benefit from a bit of bronzing, then try out Hey Dude Self Tanner SPF 15 with DHA, the FDA approved active ingredient that produces the long-term tan effect. Blokes trying to get a bit of color is a thing, and this is the lotion that creates a safe and sunless tan. Self-tanners, tinted moisturizers and the like are now all supplied specifically for men who want the effects of the sun, but in a safe way and without having to delve into women’s products. With SPF 15, this lotion keeps your skin protected by the sun’s harmful rays, vitamin E and aloe vera keep your skin soothed and hydrated, and you’re left with a natural-looking, quality tan.

Scott Disick, invest ASAP.

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