Say hello to golden, hydrated skin with this limited edition set from Isle of Paradise

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Isle Of Paradise gift set
(Image credit: Isle Of Paradise)

We’re all tucked up at home a little more now, so it seems there is no better time to indulge in a bit of self-care. Whether it’s something for you (we’re big fans of self-gifting) or for your loved ones, this Isle of Paradise, Take Me To Paradise set $39.95 / £30 (opens in new tab) is the perfect way to ensure a sun-kissed, hydrated and glowing skin complexion all year round. The gift set enables you to make a pretty impressive saving of 40%, so what’s not to like? 

What’s in the Isle of Paradise, Take Me To Paradise gift set?

Isle Of Paradise gift set

(Image credit: Isle Of Paradise)

These 5 products, which include the best-selling Self-Tanning Drops in Medium, are everything you need for the perfect glow. 

Self-Tanning Drops in Medium (30ml)

These best-selling handy drops give you the opportunity to transform any moisturizer into self-tan, helps achieve a natural-looking color and contains green pigments to counteract any redness on the skin. 

Self-Tanning Water in Medium (100ml)

Color transfer is a thing of the past with this transparent water. Formulated with a SuperBalance™ complex which utilises colour-correcting actives to ensure a natural look. Skin is kept happy and hydrated with coconut, avocado and chia seed oil. 

Self-Tanning Butter (200ml)

Gradually build a better tan with this luxurious and creamy butter. Containing a blend of coconut, eucalyptus and peppermint oil which keeps skin hydrated, soft and supple - not to mention smelling great too. 

Plus a super-soft Tanning Applicator Mitt to make application a breeze and ensure perfect coverage and Limited-Edition Beauty Bag which makes for one stylish storage solution.

Sunil Makan is the digital editor of Marie Claire UK. With over 12 years of publishing experience, working on print publications and their digital counterparts, national newspapers, and digital pure plays he is an Editor, Strategist, Content Producer, and Creative Director. In his most recent role, Sunil was deputy editor of My Imperfect Life and before that, he was the Associate Editor of British Marie Claire. Prior to that he worked at ELLE, InStyle, Shortlist Media and freelanced at titles such as Mr Porter, Saks Fifth Avenue, Floral Street fragrance, and The Times. 


Sunil’s specialisms include Fashion, Beauty and Grooming, Lifestyle, and Culture. He has reported and covered fashion trends at International fashion weeks in London, Milan, and Paris, smelled and tested countless fragrances, beauty treatments, slathered on more serums, moisturizers, and masks than he cares to mention plus reviewed some of the best hotels in the world—and the worst. 


Sunil has appeared on and led workshops and panels like the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Creative Diversity roundtable, the British Fashion Council’s Diversity and Inclusion Board, and Fujifilm reader events. A lover of—in no particular order—fragrance, fine wine, champagne, Dior, food, and chicken wings.