ECO Tan is made from certified organic ingredients and gives a gorgeous, natural tan that’s not orange in tone. Our colour is derived from cacao (yes, chocolate!). It also contains other nourishing ingredients including avocado oil, chamomile extract, honeysuckle flower, grape skin extract and aloe vera. As well as a range of homecare products; For a natural honey tan for fair skins, our Winter Skin is a great option, for a rich brown tan and darker skin tones, try our Invisible Tan. We also can spray you professionally at GLOW – contact us to book, and have an endless summer tan!
How long should I leave the tan on? We are a TRUE organic tan so a
recommendation of 8 hours for best results.
How long will my tan last?
Approximately 7-14 days depending on your skintype, your activity level and your tan maintenance routine.
Will it stain clothes and bedding?
On cotton and natural fibres it will come out in the wash. On synthetics and silks it will need to be dry-cleaned.
Do I need to moisturise my tan?
Our tan is very moisturising but we recommend you upsell the Winter Skin as a tan extender and the Invisible Tan could be suggested as an option to use on day 3 or 4 to lengthen the life of the spary tan!
Can I go in a spa or swimming pool with a spray tan?
Yes, but it will definitely affect the life of your tan.
Where was the formula made?
A team of industry experts and our founder Sonya Driver has created the formula. She now works with an all female team of chemists in the hills of the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Will the tan look orange?
We have no yellow or orange pigments in the formula, this is a Natural colour made from Mother Earth. Suggest they are perhaps leaving the tan on too long. Fair skin people can react to the higher percentage of DHA if this is left on for too long, so it is best if they don’t leave it on past 6 hours for really fair skin types.
What makes your skin tan?
Our Ecocert Natural DHA reacts with the amino acids in your dead skin layers creating a colour change.This is what we call a tan. DHA is a derivative of sugar.