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VeganTan Self Tan Mousse 150ml Dark


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Turn on the tan with the Self Tan Dark Mousse!

The VeganTan Self Tan Dark Mousse is formulated using 95% natural ingredients. All VeganTan products are enriched with skin-loving aloe vera to hydrate and nourish your skin, helping you stay a bronzed goddess for longer than ever before.

Deep bronzed, natural glow
Streak free & easy application
Fades perfectly
Lasts up to 7 days
Citrus scent
Instant colour guide
All VeganTan products are Certified Vegan, Leaping Bunny approved, Ethically Certified and Guaranteed Irish.

Our packages are filled with purpose when they arrive to your door because for every bottle of VeganTan Self Tan Mousse bought, we’re funding to recover 1LB of ocean bound plastic from the environment – talk about sweet sunshine!

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How to Apply

How to Apply

Turn on the tan and let’s get glowin!
Easy to apply, no streaks and a perfect fade. Made from
natural ingredients AND from a bottle that does its bit for
the planet. WOW, how good’s that? So, take a big step
for your Tan and one giant leap for Tankind!

– Vegan Society Approved
– 95% Natural Ingredients
– Leaping Bunny Approved
– Allergen Free Fragrance
– Gluten Free
– Palm Oil Free

1. Exfoliate your skin to remove any scaly memories.
2. Pump the mousse onto a suitable mitt and
apply to skin in sweeping, circular motions.
3. Take a look in the mirror, you mightn’t recognise
yourself you look that good. But yes it’s you!
4. Allow 6-8 hours for your tan to reach it’s full potential.􀀀
5. Have an answer ready for when people ask,
‘Have you just been on holiday?’



Aqua, Dihydroxyacetone, Glycerin, Sorbitol, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Juice, Parfum, Sodium Chloride, Phenoxyethanol, Citric Acid, CI 17200, CI 19140, CI 42090.



WARNING: For external use only. Although this tan smells good enough to eat,
please DON’T. This product does not contain a sunscreen. Repeated exposure
of unprotected skin while tanning may increase the risk of skin ageing, skin
cancer and other harmful effects.

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