Bondi Sands PURE Gradual Tanning Lotion
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A gradual golden glow for safe sun-kissed skin all year round.
Clean, Simple + Transparent.
Pure Gradual Tanning Lotion by Bondi Sands combines their iconic golden glow with skin-lovin’ Hyaluronic Acid for hydration, Vitamin C for radiance + Vitamin E for repair.
The colourless, fragrance-free formula is quick drying + gentle enough for all skin types.
Bondi Sands are committed to making recycling easier for you. They have ethically sourced 100% recyclable plastic to limit their impact on the environment. Every ingredient has a purpose + for transparency, they’ve listed exactly what it does.
Fragrance, Dye + Sulphate Free. Vegan + Cruelty Free. Reef friendly. Made in Australia.
How to use:
Discover the new way to tan. For best results, do not shake the product prior to use. The empty space in the bottle is required to create the foam.
Step 1: For an even, streak-free tan ensure your skin is clean, exfoliated + dry prior to application. MF Top Tip - we rate + recommend exfoliating 24hrs before your tan with the Bump eRaiser Exfoliating Mitt.
Step 2: Apply your Bondi Sands PURE Gradual Tanning Lotion evenly onto your skin in a circular motion using the Bondi Sands Application Mitt. Wait until your skin is dry to touch before dressing. Wash your hands thoroughly after use.
Step 3: Reapply daily to achieve sun-kissed skin all year round.
The nitty gritty:
STORE BELOW 86°F (30°C).
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. WARNING: This product does not contain a sunscreen + does not protect against sunburn. Repeated exposure of unprotected skin while tanning may increase the risk of skin aging, skin cancer + other harmful effects to the skin even if you do not burn. KEEP OUT OF THE SIGHT + REACH OF CHILDREN. Carry out a patch test 24 hours prior to use. Do not apply to damaged or inflamed skin. If irritation, redness or itchiness occurs, discontinue use. If swallowed, get medical attention or contact a Poison Control Centre right away. Keep away from eyes. If material accidentally enters the eye, rinse well with plenty of clean water. Seek medical attention if irritation persists.