St. Tropez

St. Tropez


Overall rating
2.5
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50%
would repurchase
2.5
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Overall rating
50%
would repurchase

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Self Tan Express Bronzing Mist
1.0
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5 months ago

No no no! I am not a fan of sprays to start with, they use a huge amount of product and the spray travels very far, generally all over your bathroom. But this was all that was left in Boots and I was going away on holiday. I didn't want to get it because it was the Express range, and I've used this before and it would crack after a few days, however, I thought I'd give it another go. So I sprayed it on and the next morning i was temporarily pleasantly surprised. It was darker than I expected, which was great, and fairly even. And then a few days later the cracking appeared. And persisted. It has now been a week of the tan being cracked and patching off, and no amount of scrubbing will get it off. I look like I have a serious skin condition. I recommend the dark mousse from St Tropez, it behaves MUCH better.

Self Tan Express Bronzing Mist
1.0
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from

5 months ago

No no no! I am not a fan of sprays to start with, they use a huge amount of product and the spray travels very far, generally all over your bathroom. But this was all that was left in Boots and I was going away on holiday. I didn't want to get it because it was the Express range, and I've used this before and it would crack after a few days, however, I thought I'd give it another go. So I sprayed it on and the next morning i was temporarily pleasantly surprised. It was darker than I expected, which was great, and fairly even. And then a few days later the cracking appeared. And persisted. It has now been a week of the tan being cracked and patching off, and no amount of scrubbing will get it off. I look like I have a serious skin condition. I recommend the dark mousse from St Tropez, it behaves MUCH better.


Tan Remover Prep and Maintain
4.0
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6 months ago

TLDR: I like this for removal of the remnants of an old tan before you apply a fresh one. For some reason it can tingle/sting a little sometimes so you might want to do a test patch before applying all over, especially if you have sensitive skin. I wanted something I could use over large areas to remove old, leftover tan before I applied a new one. I’d already purchased the St. Tropez Tan Remover Mitt (which I love), but the mitt takes patience and elbow grease to buff all your residual tan off. I wanted something that was a bit less work. Enter this stuff. It comes out as a foam and all you do is rub it in, let it sit for a few minutes, and then wash off in the shower. The scent isn’t too bad, but it’s sticky to the touch while it sits, and it can sting/tingle my skin in places. I could definitely see it irritating someone (my skin is sensitive) and I don’t apply it on my face for this reason. I’d recommend doing a lil test patch before applying all over, just to be safe. The tan doesn’t just rinse away effortlessly but this stuff does seem to “loosen it up” so that most of my tan came away with just bar soap and a wash cloth. I can then follow up with my exfoliating mitt to buff out stubborn patches. Like I can tell a difference; I have a lot easier of a time using this than violent scrubbing alone, so it did exactly what I wanted it to. It’s especially effective on tanners I use at home - I had a salon spray tan that put up a little more fight, but the remover still helped. I haven’t really used it against streaking or orange palms or feet but I think you could, especially if your tan is fresh. I’m happy with this and I’ll likely repurchase when I run out.

Tan Remover Prep and Maintain
4.0
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6 months ago

TLDR: I like this for removal of the remnants of an old tan before you apply a fresh one. For some reason it can tingle/sting a little sometimes so you might want to do a test patch before applying all over, especially if you have sensitive skin. I wanted something I could use over large areas to remove old, leftover tan before I applied a new one. I’d already purchased the St. Tropez Tan Remover Mitt (which I love), but the mitt takes patience and elbow grease to buff all your residual tan off. I wanted something that was a bit less work. Enter this stuff. It comes out as a foam and all you do is rub it in, let it sit for a few minutes, and then wash off in the shower. The scent isn’t too bad, but it’s sticky to the touch while it sits, and it can sting/tingle my skin in places. I could definitely see it irritating someone (my skin is sensitive) and I don’t apply it on my face for this reason. I’d recommend doing a lil test patch before applying all over, just to be safe. The tan doesn’t just rinse away effortlessly but this stuff does seem to “loosen it up” so that most of my tan came away with just bar soap and a wash cloth. I can then follow up with my exfoliating mitt to buff out stubborn patches. Like I can tell a difference; I have a lot easier of a time using this than violent scrubbing alone, so it did exactly what I wanted it to. It’s especially effective on tanners I use at home - I had a salon spray tan that put up a little more fight, but the remover still helped. I haven’t really used it against streaking or orange palms or feet but I think you could, especially if your tan is fresh. I’m happy with this and I’ll likely repurchase when I run out.