Cons: Too Orange in color
This is not a "glow" as stated, it is really way too dark. But I refuse to throw mine away! So I found some ways around it.
You can mix it with your moisturizer to make a "tinted" version of your moisturizer or SPF cream. And then you will get a dewy glow. If you put this B Glow cream straight on, it is way too dark in color.
You only need a small dab because it is so saturated with color. You will need to rub it into your face fast so it doesn't dry and to spread it evenly. A well-moisturized face helps it to spread around better.
This can be an alternative to to a tanning skin cream. If you do as stated above, by blending it with moisturizer, it will give you that bronzed glow and you will not need the more semi-permanent version of tanning gels/creams.
Another idea, is to blend with moisturizer and use as a BODY BRONZER for arms and legs. There is so much of this stuff, and it is so seriously dark that it will last forever. Compare it to Philosophy's $25.00 version of body bronzer called The Big Skinny, this is a better deal if found on Ebay and gives similiar results. It is a bit orange-y. I would actually not prefer this, but I would buy Serious Skin Care's B-Bronze for skin/body and mix with a moisturizer.
Ingredients include shea butter, soy oil, grapeseed oil, retinol, Olive oil, Canola oil, and Niacin. All ingredients can be found on hsn.com.
Bottom line: Avoid it if you don't want to look orange.