Giving American tan tights new meaning! The hosiery that gives you a tan while you wear them
(PLUS tights that slim and reduce cellulite)
Finding time to apply layers of fake tan can be a difficult feat.
But with the Skin Kiss fake tan tights, makers claim, you can develop a bronzed look in less than two hours.
The hosiery works via a patented technology, which ensures microfibres in the tights contain tanning solution, leaving the wearer's legs 'perfectly' tanned.
Glowing: Makers of the Skin Kiss fake tan tights claim wearers will develop a bronzed look in less than two hours of wearing them
It is thought that they are the world's first fake tan tights, eliminating the need to apply lotions.
Trials found the combination of DHA, Aloa and Erythrulose help produce an even and long-lasting glow.
The eight denier tights have launched exclusively at online retailer Tightsplease.co.uk priced at 7.99.
The eight denier tights have launched exclusively at online retailer Tightsplease.co.uk priced at 7.99
Once used, the sheer tights can be washed and worn again and they come with a pair of plastic gloves to minimize the risk of getting stained hands during removal.
Other Skin Kiss innovations include the Caffeine Tights, which are
impregnated with microcapsules of caffeine to break down cellulite.
Worn daily for a three week period, wearers reportedly saw the benefit of a 2 cm reduction on each
thigh while the skin also appeared smoother.
Speaking about the product, a spokesperson for the UK brand said: 'The demand that we have seen for these tights is truly unprecedented.
'The technology and clinical tests have shown positive results.'
But due to the 'technical sophistication' of the product, the spokesperson added that the tights – priced at 25.48.for a pack of three – are 'by no means cheap'.
A report last year found that sales of nude hosiery, which darken pale legs without the need for fake tan, had increased by nearly 85 per cent compared to the previous year.
It was believed one of the reasons for the trend could be fears over sun exposure.
Malignant melanoma is Britain's second most common cancer in 15 to 34-year-olds, responsible for 2,000 deaths in England and Wales every year.