St. Tropez Whipped Bronze Self Tanning Mousse 8 Reviews
Product Type: St. Tropez Sun Care
Description:Brand: St. Tropez / Type: Self Tanner / Subcategory: Mousse / Oil free: yes / What it does: Tans, Bronzes, / When you want a tan and you want it now, Whipped Bronze Instant Self-Tanning Mousse is what you need / Streakless, instant color dries in just 60 ... more
St. Tropez Whipped Bronze Self Tanning Mousse 8 ... seconds allowing you to Whip-it-On anytime, anywhere for a perfect tan, every time / This self-adjusting mousse is oil free and complements your skin tone, while your tan deepens over 3 hours / all without the damaging effects of the sun / Aloe leaf juice and AHA (fruit acid) allows for the richest, longest lasting tan possible / Like all St / Tropez products, Whipped Bronze has a pleasant fragrance and is ideal for the entire body, including the face / 8oz /
Newest Review: ... me around a month at least. Its definitely more expensive than other products especially as you can get tan for around £8 a ... more
by - written on 24/06/09 (Very useful, 113 readings)
Being a red-head, I am milk bottle white, and although pale may be interesting its a little daunting going on your holidays in a sea of bronze with your legs lighting up the pool area at night. I swear by this product and have used it for years after many disasters with other products. Occasionally I will be swayed to buy another brand but I always return to St Tropez! This product is perfect for paler people as it is not such an intense colour but for anyone who wants to be darker or with darker skins you are probably better using the lotion or intensive bronze. It is a little pricey but the bottle does last a while and it is worth the moneyt han buying ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/09 (Very useful, 274 readings)
Being naturally fair skinned the only way I can get a healthy glow is to fake it, my other options would be to go red and freckly and probably risk skin cancer and wrinkles eduring sunbeds. Due to this I have tried many fake tans, mostly the more premium brand such as Fake Bake, Clarins, Estee Lauder etc and have decided that for my skin type St Tropez is definately the best one for me. St Tropez is available in several types which I have tried, there is the lotion which goes on a very deep brown and needs to be left several hours before rinsing off, I found this made me too dark and slightly orange, everyday lotion which is not suitable for the impatient like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/09, updated on 02/10/12 (Very useful, 108 readings)
This is one of my essential beauty products.... On many a occasion at work I have been asked if I have been on holiday and I when I reply its false tan people are shocked because they think the tan looks so natural . And where does it come from .....a bottle of St Tropez Whipped Bronze Self Tanning Mousse. The price is quite expensive and for a 120ml bottle you will pay £20 and for a 240ml bottle £30. I always opt for the larger bottle and it last me around a month at least. Its definitely more expensive than other products especially as you can get tan for around £8 a bottle but these just don't come close, I have tried over 20 other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/07 (Very useful, 356 readings)
Here's my review on St. Tropez Mousse, I based it on its performance on the following categories: Price: £30 for 240ml, which is a bit steep for me. Shop around, definitely try eBay, I bought 240ml for £15 incl. P&P, 50% less than in the shops. Colour: It is described as extra strong colour, as it allows you to mix with moisturiser to get the colour you want. I'm very fair, and applied two coats which gave me a quite noticeable change in colour. Is also tinted, which looks really great if you want a deep colour for the day, don't panic though if dark isn't for you as the tint isn't the same colour as your tan. Also helpful to see where ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/08 (Very useful, 1046 readings)
I decided to write a review on the St Tropez mousse as i have done one on Fake Bake (amazing!) I used this product for a couple of months before i switched to Fake Bake. If you continue to read you will find out why... WHAT IS IT? This is a self tanner in mousse form that claims to give you an instant bronze tan. PRICE & PRODUCT? Comes in a couple of different sized bottles, 120 ml & 240 ml. For a 120 ml bottle in Boots you're looking at around £20 and for the 240 ml around £30. In my experience it is definitley not worth paying this much for it, you are simply paying for the brand name! If you look on Ebay & ... Read the complete review
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