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Lovea Suntan Oil - Tanitan Monoi - Zero SPF - 125ml

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Product code: 6058

Description

Lovea Suntan Oil with Tanitan Monoi is an Ecocert / Cosmebio certified tanning oil (certified by the French organic regulator). This Tahitian Monoi Oil formula hydrates, nourishes and smooths your skin whilst helping you develop an ultra fast tan.

This oil has a double use as it can also be used as a hair mask for dry and damaged hair, giving your hair an intense brilliance and making it feel ultra-soft to the touch, making this product an essential for your beach bag! Please be warned that this product does not offer any UVA or UVB protection.

With its 100 % natural Tahitian Monoi formula, Organic certified oil gives you a deep, radiant tan. It may be used for short periods of exposure to the sun on skins that are already tanned, as it does not contain a sun block.

Contents

Lovea Suntan Oil - Tanitan Monoi - Zero SPF - 125ml

Ingredients

Cocos nucifera (Coconut oil), gardenia tahitensis (tiare flower), caprylic capric triglyceride, elaeis guineenis (palm) kenel oil, octyldodecanol, parfum (fragrance), tocopherol, tocopheryl acetate, benzyl benzoate, benzyl salicylate, D-Limonene, farnesol, linalool.

Usage

This product does not protect your skin from the sun. Apply evenly over the whole body before exposing yourself to the sun. Not recommended for fragile skins.

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