St. Moriz Exfoliating Skin Primer is the secret to achieving the perfect, natural looking tan and is a must-have product for any avid self-tanner!
Simply use 24 hours before you plan on tanning by applying all over the body while showering. Massage gently into the skin and pay extra attention to dry areas. The primer will then get to work exfoliating and removing any dead skin cells to even out the skin's surface. This creates the optimum base for any tanning product, meaning your skin will be silky smooth and your tan will look flawless for days.
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- Preps & primes skin before tan application
- Exfoliates skin leaving it feeling smooth and silky
- Flattens & evens skin surface for the perfect application and results
- Creates the optimum base for any tanning product
- Cruelty Free and vegan friendly
Made in England St. Moriz - a tan for every tone.
St. Moriz self tan story began back in 2007, with a team of self-tan addicts. We knew exactly what we wanted – a salon-professional formula made in England, cruelty-free ingredients, and an affordable price tag. Since then we have become a must-have tan for those who want a flawless, golden tan for the ultimate glow. Our product range has a tan for every tone, so you’ll be sure to find the perfect tan for you, from mousses and mists to lotions and serums. Many products within our range feature moisturizers like Aloe Vera, Vitamin E and Olive Milk to give your skin ultimate hydration, meaning your tan will stay flawlessly bronzed for longer! What’s not to love?
Get the best results by following our tanning experts’ simple steps: - Apply all over the body paying extra attention to dry areas while showering. Massage gently into skin. Rinse well after use. - For longer lasting and flawless tan, use prior to tanning to create a flat, even skin surface and remove dead skin cells. - 3-4 days after your tanning session the exfoliator can be applied again to ensure tan fades evenly - Ideal to remove tan build-up in common areas (elbow crease, armpits, wrists and ankles).