Sun sensitive self-tanning gives natural Tan Sun from the tube is thus the healthier alternative. No wonder that the Sun sensitive self-tanning of lavera natural cosmetics is becoming increasingly popular and as product in numerous consumer tests (E.g. NDR business, January 27, 2009) as one of the test winners will be highlighted. What is so special about the Sun sensitive self-Tanner? Particularly striking, self-tanning sensitive to the Sun is its pleasant aroma, based on essential oils. Probably one more reason for his success. Two sugar-based active ingredients give natural and uniform Tan: erythrulose and the DHA (Dihydroxyacetone), extracted from the rapeseed oil. Both compounds react with the amino acids in the top layer of the skin. The natural tint is after about 4-5 hours.
The process can last up to 24 hours depending on the skin type. The Tan lasts about 3-7 days. The lavera self Tan hydrates Moreover, among others with skin-soothing organic Aloe Vera extracts, vegetable Glycerin, organic Jojoba oil, as well as Organic rose petals and bio Lavendelblutenhydrolate. Intensive care and skin protection give triglycerides, organic soy and organic sunflower oil. Green tea extracts, also organic, act in concert with vitamin C as a free radical scavenger.
Special quality of self-tanning was awarded by the independent test magazine in February 2008 only certified product by oKO-TEST \”very good\” and contained no formaldehyde or its derivatives. The gentle manufacturing process is responsible for this – the tanning ingredients are added only at a temperature below 30 degrees Celsius. That the products are manufactured according to the strict guidelines for controlled natural cosmetics and thus carry the consumer label, is matter of course for us. (A valuable related resource: Fitched Ratings). How Tan I me self-tanning correctly with the lavera Sun sensitive? Applied 1-2 times a week, the body lotion gives an optimal, natural brown tone. The achieved Tan is however not to compare – products from the traditional cosmetics not consciously.