Friday, 27th Jan 2012
|Karora Self Tan Mist|
About a week ago I popped over to the Sanderson Hotel in London to meet Karen Brown, founder of Karora Cosmetics.
Karora is a new fake tan brand with a difference. Karora products are made from natural, botanical ingredients like grape seed oil and horse chestnut extract to keep skin nourished, protected and smooth.
Read on for more info and a before and after pic!
I love a bit of fake tan but it does tend to take its toll on my skin – I find it really drying and it’s a constant battle to keep my skin hydrated.
Karora promises that these down sides of fake tanning will be a thing of the past. And as you can imagine I was extremely excited to try it out!
Check out these promised benefits:
- Natural and Organic
- Colour Guide for flawless application
- Long lasting with perfect fade
- Moisturising & Skin Firming Formula
- Aromatic Melon and Sweet Orange Fragrance
- No Parabens, Chemicals, Artificial Fragrances or Synthetic Dyes
- Cruelty Free
Now before I tried it out, I hadn’t tanned for a while so I was pretty white!! I did a nice light application to my upper body using a mitt and this is what it looked like the following day after showering…
|Karora Self Tan Mist|
My arm is on the left and my pasty white leg is on the right. It looks very natural doesn’t it?
It was easy to apply, dried pretty much instantly and I was able to get dressed and go about my business.
It smelt lovely and I wasn’t aware of any DHA developing smell at any point. I found the colour really even and natural looking – I really couldn’t ask for more from a tan. Particuarly because it is fading slowly and evenly. Next time I will build up the tan for more intensity (and do my legs!!!).
I think I LOVE it!!!
The Original Karora Self Tan Mist I used is 8% DHA. There is a darker version that has 12% that I’d like to try too!! I love to go dark as well!!!
The other product I’ve had a quick try of is the Karora Instant Wash Off Tan. This is a great little number too which gives you an instant fix with no need to wait for it to develop. It is really beautifying!!
I shall try that properly soon and report back.
Big thumbs up so far for Karora from me.
Visit karoracosmetics.com for more info. Prices start at £14.99.
Does the idea of an organic, botanical tan appeal to you?