Used at Fashion week and on movie sets, St. Tropez Tan is known for its natural, beautiful, bronze glow. This all natural, non preserved formula does not stink, streak and fades like a real tan. Renew uses the official St. Tropez spray technique to ensure a real, natural tan look that does not look fake. St. Tropez tans last an average of 7-10 days when after care tips are followed.
St. Tropez Express: This express formula creates a soft glow within 2 hours and can be customized light to dark by how long it is left on. Choose 2 hours for light; 4 hours for med; 6-8 hours for dark.
St. Tropez Dark: Look like you stepped off a beach with this ultimate dark tan. This ultra dark color makes skin glow with a rich tan hue that will make your Staycation look like a real vacation!
Blushing Bride: Customize your wedding glow with one of our St. Tropez Professionals. Don't forget your St. Tropez gradual tanner for a full body glow that shines your whole honeymoon.
BEFORE YOUR TAN:
Skin should be free from self tan, perfume, deodorant, lotions and oils
Waxing or shaving should be completed at least 24 hours prior to the treatment
Wear dark, loose fitting clothing with dark colored underwear. The guide color may stain light hair, man-made fibers and wool.
Do not use if sensitive to color or are irritated by self tanners.
AFTER YOUR TAN:
Do not shower or bathe for a minimum of 4 hours after your treatment
Do not participate in any activity which may cause perspiration for at least 12 hours after the treatment
The guide color can be left on overnight although it may transfer onto bed linen. It will wash out of cotton, but not so easily from man-made fiber or wool. Renew recommends that you rinse the guide color off after 8 hours as not to deposit color into your pores.
ENHANCE YOUR TAN
Apply St. Tropez Gradual Tanner for face and body ever 2-3 days
Exfoliate your skin every 2-3 days to ensure even fading
After showering pat the skin dry rather than rubbing
Avoid swimming pools as chlorine can bleach the tan
Avoid body oils which can lead to uneven fading