St. Tropez Gradual Tan Everyday Body Medium/Dark Reviews
Product Type: St. Tropez Sun Care
Description:Brand: St. Tropez / Type: Body Tan / Subcategory: Tan / Suitable for: Body / Contents: 200ml / What it does: Tans, / ... more
St. Tropez Gradual Tan Everyday Body Medium/Dark ... "Day Cream / Hydrating moisturiser with a touch of bronze gradually builds a subtle tan / A favourite of Harper's magazine's Beauty Director, Newby Hands : / 'I use this every two to three days – or nights as a tan seems to take better if used overnight – and it makes my pasty skin look naturally golden / The best colour and the easiest 'tan' to use, it's virtually foolproof / ” / St / Tropez' innovative Aromaguard fragrance technology eliminates the tell-tale self tan aroma by a minimum of 70% and instead gives a beautiful subtle, yet refreshing fragrance / Created by St / Tropez, the tanning experts you trust to get it right / So whatever your skin type, it's easy to use for the most natural looking, ultimate tan / Golden Rules: Exfoliate with St / Tropez Body Polish before massaging this luxurious lotion in from top to toe / Don't worry if you go over the same area twice, it's only missed areas that'll look uneven / Wait for the lotion to be absorbed before getting dressed / Use daily for a subtle golden boost to winter pale or sun tanned skin / For best results, exfoliate regularly with St / Tropez Body Polish / "
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by - written on 16/09/13 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I love having a bit of a tan, it suits my skin tone much better than being pale and makes me feel much healthier. A couple of weeks ago I was lucky enough to receive a free bottle of this to test from Alba Science. I have used some St Tropez tanning products before (not the gradual tanner) and think they are good but are too pricey and would normally purchase a cheaper brand. It is also available in light/medium and as a mouse and spray. The packaging. The product I received to test did not come presented in a box but if you were to buy this from a store or on line it would normally come in a white cardboard box with the St Tropez name in black across the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/12 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Recently, I received a free St Tropez sample bottle with ELLE magazine, after a few weeks of use I decided to buy the full sized product. The everyday gradual tan retails from anything between £9 to £16 for 200mls of product and is widely available from numerous online stores, and many beauty and cosmetic shops. The self tan is available in two different shades; light to medium and medium to dark. The free sample bottle I received was medium to dark, and this seemed to look okay, so upon purchasing a full sized bottle, I chose the same colour. This 200ml b The fake tan is packaged in a white upturned tube, with a black flip lid and black writing on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/12 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I've never been interested in fake tans or building up a tan, I embrace and accept my extreme paleness! However a few months ago I managed to burn my back and shoulders pretty bad and left with a tan (this is very weird for me...) so now I look a bit weird being brown on top and white on the bottom. I was never that fussed to match it up but I received a free mini bottle of St Tropez Everyday Gradual Tan Body Moisturiser in Elle the other day and since I was going clubbing that weekend I thought it might come in handy. I know St Tropez is a very expensive but also one of the best tanning brands on the market so I thought I'd give it ago. The one I got ... Read the complete review