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As exhilarating as it is when the sun pokes through the clouds to signal the start of summer, there’s that one small niggle. Dry, pale legs just won’t cut it in shorts and dresses.

Thankfully, there’s a solution that doesn’t involve streaky fake tans. Following the success last year of the brand’s Divine Oil - a dry oil that moisturises, nourishes and enhances the face, body and hair - Caudalie has introduced Divine Legs; an indulgent treatment that instantly tans legs.

This luxuriously silky lotion envelopes skin in nourishing moisture to give legs a luminous, golden glow, as a natural alternative to streaky, unpleasant-smelling self-tanners and a safer alternative to the sun’s harsh UV rays.

Its ingredients include the natural tanner Chicory Extract, along with Carob Extract, which intensifies and prolongs the skin’s natural tan. Grape Oil ensures that skin has an ultra-nourishing effect, while Rapeseed Extract optimises skin’s natural moisture. Meanwhile, copper and golden pearlizers leave a delicate, shimmery finish on skin.

The original Divine Oil is now available in travel size, making it a handbag essential for summers home or abroad, and Caudalie has also introduced the Divine Scrub; a softening exfoliator made up of exceptional plant oils, which will make you skin smooth, silky, moisturised and ready for summer.

Divine legs, 100ml for £26

Divine Scrub, 150g for £21.50

Divine Oil, 50ml for £18 or 100ml for £27

Available now, click here to buy

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