St Moriz Instant Self Tanning Mousse Reviews
Product Type: St Moriz Sun Care
Description:Brand: St Moriz / Tanner / Type: Self Tanner / Subcategory: Mousse / What it does: Tans,
Newest Review: ... costs between £3 - 4 I wasn't expecting the packaging to be very desirable, but the problem I have with this is that the ... more
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St Moriz Self Tanning Instant Self TanningLotion
St Moriz Instant Self Tanning Lotion comes in a pump action bottl ...
Last Update 03.12.2013 12:23
by - written on 04/04/11, updated on 04/04/11 (Very useful, 533 readings)
I have always stuck to two different brands when it comes to fake tan, ever since I first started wearing the stuff around 4 - 5 years ago, as I loved them and was too scared to try others in case it ended up looking a disaster! I usually use L'Oreal sulbime bronze tanning gel or the St. Tropez self tanning cream. However, last month my friend introduced me to St. Moriz, which I had never actually seen or heard of before until she showed me. She refuses to pay over £5 for fake tan, unlike me, and so I laughed at her as I thought it would just be another cheap fake tan that would either make you look orange, end up streaky or just not work at all. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/10 (Very useful, 797 readings)
I'm slightly addicted to fake tanning products, actually I'm very addicted, and currently have about five different bottles on the go. There's just something about having a tan that makes me feel much better about myself and as the chances of actually getting and maintaining a tan while living in England are pretty slim, I've had to resort to fake tanning regularly. I'd actually consider myself quite an expert when it comes to self tanning products as there are very few that I haven't tried. My latest acquisition was the St Moriz Instant Self Tanning Mousse which is a relatively cheap product in comparison to the others I currently have in my bathroom. It seems to be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/07/13 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Having said that in the title here in the UK it has been absolutely beautiful! (Even up north!!) Anyway I was after a quick and easy tan and as you may know from my previous review of dove summer body glow, I am not a one for fake tan. The dove gradual tanner didn't give me the colour I wanted to achieve, so as always, after doing my research I purchased this one. In home bargains it was only £2.99 but I am now about to repurchase with amazon. Thanks to their add-on scheme it is only £2.55 after I make my basket up to £10 which for me isn't very hard at all! I was a bit dubious about the price of it. I always believe in thinking that you get what you pay for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/05/13 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I love having a bit of a tan, it makes me feel and look healthy, unfortunately the British summer is very unpredictable so using a fake tan is a much better and safer option. I have tried a few different tanning lotions, sprays and mousse and I used to be an avid user of St Tropez (even though I didn't like paying the price) until I discovered St Moriz self tanning mouse which is much cheaper and gives me the same results. There are 2 shades available from the range, medium and dark depending how much colour you want to achieve. The one I have is the dark tanning mousse. The packaging The product comes in a white plastic tube container with a clear ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/12 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I occasionally wear fake tan; I go through peaks and troughs of wearing it. I have tried a lot of products many of which have sent me funny colours, left me patchy or just plainly did nothing, but a few years ago I saw this product in the pound shop and I had heard a few rumours going round about how good it was so I decided to give it ago. The packaging is pretty basic, It is clean cut and has a clear simple logo which can be easily picked out from other products on the shelf. However if you use it religiously the packaging can become a greeny fake tan colour, but to me that doesn't actually matter. It comes in a plastic bottle with a plastic lid ... Read the complete review
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