St.Moriz False Tan Reviews
Product Type: St Moriz Sun Care
Newest Review: ... it passes time so before i know it it's time to rinse off in the shower. I have been using St Moriz Tanning Mousse now for ... more
by - written on 10/04/13 (Very useful, 19 readings)
I had been advised by a number of my friends to try the St Moriz tanning mousse after wanting to find a good quality self tanner. I have always been a little put off when shopping for false tan when seeing the cheap price tags, as i have always believed going off the price of spray tans etc at salons, then the higher the price the better quality the results. After a long time thinking and more and more recommendations by friends ( also looking it up on how to apply on youtube videos just to the results) i decided to take the plunge and purchase my first bottle. I have found that you can purchase the St Moriz self tanning mousse for around £2.99 from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I'm not really much of a self tan kind of girl and I must admit I only use it on rare occasions such as going out however when going out and baring skin I like to use to banish my pale skin. I hate the look of these false tans that make a person look more orange than bronzed therefore the more subtle the better for me. After trying a few tans which can be a bit on the pricy side I came across St. Moriz in my local body care store. The product cost about 2-3 pound so I decided I'd give it a go. The product comes in a white soft squeezable plastic bottle that has a pump action dispenser on the top that is easily pressed to realise the self tanning mousse. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/11 (Very useful, 83 readings)
I've always been a big fan of the sun and love to have a healthy glow. I often sunbathe when the weathers warm but we don't get that much warm weather in sunny old britain! I've used sunbeds occasionally but the fear of getting skin cancer has always prevented me from using them often enough to get a decent tan. I have always looked at the variety of fake tans in shops like Boots and Superdrug, but never really wanted to part with about £25 for a bottle of the likes of Fake bake or St Tropez, because I've never used it before and guessed it would end up really streaky or orange. I did use one fake tan just before I bought the St Moriz one, it was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/10 (Very useful, 130 readings)
st.moritz is a great alternative if you cant afford the more expensive brands like st. tropez and its just as good. And in this day and age when were all aware of just how dangerous sun exposure is its absolutely the way forward. applying the tan---- I'd suggest always using a fake tan mit or gloves (hair dying gloves work great) to avoid streaks. Always ex foliate well, moisturise and shave before you apply because if you shave after you can find it will tend to go a bit dark over the pores where the hair grows. It takes a good 4 hours to develop properly and as with a spray tan looks better if you shower afterwards and then apply some more moisturiser. One ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/10 (Very useful, 271 readings)
I've used fake tans for more years than I care to remember and hate to think how much it has cost me to have a bit of colour on my face and body. I've tried the really expensive mousses/ creams/sprays to the very cheap ones all with varying results. I've experienced the 'tango' effect as well as the speckled/freckled effect and have, of course, been streaked. To be honest I was just about to give up on this whole pallaver until I read a few reviews on St Moriz fake tans so decided to give it a go. If I hadn't had the benefit of reading the reviews I probably would have walked past this product thinking it was cheap so therefore nasty but, believe me, it's well ... Read the complete review
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