St. Tropez Review

Recently I've finally gotten around to picking up some St. Tropez Bronzing Mousse... and can I say I am so glad that I did. I've tried a few different lotions before, usually a built-up lotion like Jergens, but nothing even compares to my experience with St. Tropez.
I purchased this kit at my local Sephora for $35. It includes a 4 fl oz (120 mL) bronzing mousse, skin illuminator, and mitt to apply the mousse with. I think this kit is the best purchase you can make if you are just starting out and want to get an instant glow that is quick and easy. Now, I've had this kit for around 2-3 months, and I'm still using it. I think I may just be starting to get to the end of the bottle of mousse, but each apply was a whole-body apply, and I'm very pleased with how long this has lasted! The only downside is that if you are very pale (like me!), it does go on very strong. I usually put it on at night after a shower, as you are not to have water around you after you apply it for around 5 hours. So, the tan does remain pretty strong until you finally shower when it seems to even out the tan. Another thing to mention is that I also use this on my face. I've had no issues, and my skin has remained the same throughout the time I've used this product, which is awesome. The best thing is that it is very real-looking, and DOES NOT appear orange at all. The first time I used this, I received so many great compliments around school, at one point I'm pretty sure my whole math class applauded. (Okay, maybe not, but it was the first class I had that day and everyone was in shock that I wasn't a pale ghost!)

Anyway, I really do not have anything bad to say about this product, and I've recommended it to several people. I will definitely be repurchasing this in the future, and I think it is well-worth the price. Have any of you tried St. Tropez? Tell me your experience with self-tanners!