The Tan Co. Self-tanning foam Utra Dark (very dark) with a guide to natural tanning tones. The foam is devoid of azo dyes and quickly gives a natural summer tan.
Natural sugar (DHA) provides a brown complexion after 3 hours. Takes into account your well-being and that of the environment. Moisturizes the skin for 48 hours. The result lasts for 7-10 days.
NB! Applying the product to the skin and warming the skin may have a self-tan-like smell, but the product does not contain any added perfumes.
– 150 ML
– No alcohol
– Does not contain perfumes
– Not tested on animals
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE: Press the pump down and dose the desired amount of self-tanner on the palm of your hand or directly on the tanning glove. Apply self-tanning foam directly in a uniform thin layer on the skin. Wash your hands thoroughly after use. It is advisable to use a special glove (tanning glove). Ultra Dark is not intended for use on the face.
USEFUL TIPS BEFORE CARE: NEVER shave, wax or do skin peeling on the same day you apply a self-tanning cream. Remove possible make-up. Rinse the skin with cold or lukewarm water without using soap and dab the skin dry. It is advisable to cover the blonde hair with a towel. Apply moisturizing cream to dry areas of the skin.
USEFUL TIPS DURING AND AFTER CARE:Make sure that the lighting is adequate and distribute the self-tanner on the skin carefully and evenly. Apply the cream to the hands and feet in as thin a layer as possible. For optimal results, wait at least 4 hours before bathing or bathing. Being in the water for the first 4 hours worsens the result. If you are doing sports, then it is advisable to do it before care, as sweat worsens the result. Moisturize the skin frequently.
Aqua (water), propanediol,
Dihydroxyacetone, polysorbate 80, saccharide isotherate, cocamidopropyl
Betain, gluconolactone, PEG-40 hydrogenated castor oil, caprylyl
glycol, dimethylisosorbide, glycerin, sodium hydroxulfit, sucrose
Lauraat, citric acid, phenoxyethanol, CI 19140, CI 15985, CI 28440, CI
16255, CI 16185, sodium sulphate.