Eco Tan Face Tan Water 100mL
- Eco Tan
Skin Type: All Skin Types
Key Ingredients: Organic, Paraben Free, Vegan
Skin Concern: Dullness, Uneven Skin Tone
Face tan water builds to a beautiful glow, creates a youthful radiance and even reduces the need to wear foundation! It contains nothing artificial and is free from synthetic ingredients.
Instead, it is made with only certified organic and natural ingredients sourced from mother nature. Face tan water is also vegan and cruelty free! To keep that summer sun-kissed glow on your face all year round, without the suns harmful rays, apply self tanning face tan water 2-3 times a week.
Since face tan waters is a non-comedogenic formula, it will lock in moisture on your face without clogging your pores! So its lightweight moisturising properties leave your skin feeling soft and hydrated, never greasy! We also use natural hyaluronic acid, one of the most effective hydrating ingredients for skin! Its calming, hydrating, and antioxidant properties are great for all skin types, even for rosacea, eczema and acne effected skin!
DIRECTIONS: Face tan water. For best results we recommend you apply face tan water to fresh clean dry skin just like a toner. Thats where it fits into your routine. Apply 2 -3 times per week for a radiant glow. Use a few days in a row to build up your desired colour then we find 2 -3 times per week is enough to maintain it amongst your usual skincare routine.
Exfoliate at least 24 hours before applying face tan water, you only need to exfoliate once a week as our organic self-tans do need a certain amount of dead skin cells to adhere to and any more you're just removing fresh healthy skin. Just use your fingers to apply as we find a cotton pad can soak up all the liquid. It contains nothing synthetic or artificial so it wont stain your hands. No nasty dyes. (we couldn't be certified organic if it did). Make sure you're applying enough product about at least a teaspoon per application to see a thin liquid layer on your skin.Product Ingredients: No harmful chemicals