I'm a huge self tanner snob. Having tried almost all of them, liking a handful, but loving only a very select few I have to dish about my latest fave: Lancome Flash Bronzer Tinted Anti-Age Self-Tanning Face Lotion SPF 15. I've always been a fan of Lancome self tanners because they're tinted so you can see where you're applying them and they leave you with a natural looking tan that develops in less than a half hour. It's not a gradual self tanner (like Jergens that you apply every day as your moisturizer), but it is buildable so after three days you can self tan again to get darker. The color also fades gracefully.
So why is this new Lancome tanner different? It contains anti-aging ingredients in it so it works to prevent aging while making you a bronze goddess. You can even put it on in the morning and use it as your moisturizer because it has SPF of 15 in it. Pretty sweet deal.