Combo 3 – (Micro-Exfoliant and Gradual Tanning)

R755.00 incl. VAT

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THE TAN LAB has bundled and discounted selective products for your convenience.

It is important to exfoliate prior to your self tan application.


Our Gradual Tan is ideal for first time users and can be applied daily until your desired shade is achieved.

Gradual Tan

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Shake a small amount of Micro-Exfoliant into wet palms and activate by rubbing hands together to form a light foamy consistency. Massage onto dry skin using circular motions for a few minutes. Continue to dampen hands or add more powder depending on the desired consistency and exfoliation required. Rinse thoroughly to reveal smoother skin.
Dry skin and prepare for self-tan or spray tan application.

Gradual Tan
Prepare your skin by shaving or waxing and exfoliating your body. Remember that a well-prepared skin will ensure a longer lasting tan.  We recommend Micro-Exfoliant

Apply Barrier Cream to dry areas such as ankles, knees and elbows.

Apply Gradual Tan to your body by hand or use our Microfiber Application Sponge . Use sparingly around the ankles, knees and elbows.

Remember to wash your hands after you have applied your Gradual Tan!

Apply a small amount of The Tan Lab Barrier Cream to one wrist and as you would rub a dot of perfume, rub your wrists together. This will ensure that the tanning ingredients do not over process.

Apply a little Gradual Tan to the top of one of your hands and rub the tops of your hands and fingers over each other until fully absorbed.

Wear loose clothing in the early stages of development.

As all our products work on a two-phase development process, remember that your Gradual Tan will continue to develop and darken over a 24- hour period

Product can be applied daily until you reach your desired shade of bronze!  Light exfoliation between coats may be necessary.


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