An indulgent dry oil that provides a natural-looking, streak-free, golden tan that lasts for up to 10 days.
Water, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Dihydroxyacetone, PPG-15 Stearyl Ether, Bis-PEG-15 Methyl Ether Dimethicone, Propylene Glycol, Dimethyl Isosorbide, Phenoxyethanol, Potassium Sorbate, Bertholletia Excelsa Seed Oil, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, Cymbopogan Flexuosus Oil, Limonene, Citral, Citrus Aurantium Amara (Bitter Orange) Flower Oil, Linalool, Geraniol, Caramel.
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Sighs. I have never paid this much for a self tanner in my life. Nor, have I ever tried St Tropez before, but I knew it was a good name and figured if I was going to ever try this brand, this would be the product I would want to try. I was so intrigued when I first saw this on QVC. An oil? Goes on smooth? Smells good? Last over a week? Count me in! Well, Beautylish packaged this very nicely. However, the St Tropez packing, well it's not that great. The glass bottle is not very practical. While it does look very luxe. I was so afraid of knocking over the bottle and tanning everything around me. Once you remove the cap, there is a tiny pin size hole for the product to come out. Not good! you have to shake and shake and shake to get a descent amount on your hand to apply to your skin. I didn't like that, at all. However, once you get it on and get it on your skin, it is forgiving in the sense that it doesn't dry too quickly. You have time to rub it in. Since this was an oil, I didn't bother mixing it with a little body lotion like I always do. Another mistake. It left areas like my knees a little darker even though I "bent" while applying and went over them lightly. The second time I used this, I removed that plastic top and just poured it out on my hands. This didn't work too well either. Product comes out too fast to keep up with it. You also waste a lot, as well. And let's face it, this stuff isn't cheap. I followed up with a body lotion like I normally do on my second attempt. Much better, however both times it left me with a not so pleasant yellow undertone and not the deep bronze look I was going for (Light complexion/ Natural blonde/blue eyes). Wish I could be happy with this, but I am not. I will go back to my Fake Bake (it's cheaper at $25.00).
Also, while it smells nice in the bottle, once it dries on your skin, it still has the same typical tanner smell like the rest of them. I also stained my pillow cases (I waited several hours before I went to bed)- plus side, when I washed the sheets it did come out just fine.
I absolutely love this product! Smells delicious and applies very easily. Gives such a beautiful glow to my skin tone. The color that comes out is very, very natural.
l was so excited about this dry oil self tan. Dry oils are easily and quickly absorbed into the skin, and if it saves me time I'm all for it. The packaging is luxe frosted glass containing a shimmering chocolately liquid within. That said, it needs work.
My issues with this product were how long my tan lasted, the price, and the SMELL. Good gracious, this is the smelliest self tanner I have ever used! It has a very strong scent of DHT mixed with a rusty metallic smell (iron?). My husband and kids loathed the smell. LOL. Due to the smell I only used it at night before bed, so I could wake up and take a shower so I wouldn't have to smell it all day.
Not the easiest self tan to apply, you have to be careful when you shake it out, or you risk splattering your floor and whatever else you have in your bathroom with brown liquid. True enough this dry oil absorbed faster than any other I've used, leaving behind a nice brown tint with lovely shimmer. Alas, the tan only lasted 3 days before leaving loud, unsightly patches all over my body when it should have quietly faded away like a good self tanner should.
I can't recommend paying this price for such a subpar, smelly self tanner. I'll likely toss the rest. Go with the St Tropez foam instead!
Smells awful and it lasts for quite a bit, I prefer the lotion or the foam from the brand