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Content: 200 ml.
Do you need a delicious sunscreen that is fragrant, moisturizes the skin and, in addition, promotes a delicious tan? Gold Oil from Carrot Sun is a natural oil that is suitable for all skin types.
The oil is rich in nutrients that are good for your skin – e.g. it has good anti-aging properties and is rich in moisturizing ingredients such as. almond oil and white germ oil. If you need to develop a nice base tan, you may want to try Gold Oil.
Let our Carrot Sun babes show you how to use it!
In the sun:
Apply a lot of the product on the skin to achieve the best tan.
Take your Carrot Sun on vacation or use it in the solarium. The product does not contain SPF (Sun Protection Factor), but instead lycopene which acts as a natural SPF. Can be easily applied over a sunscreen cream.
Contains almond and wheat germ oil. If you have sensitive skin, distress allergies or are gluten intolerant, please consult your dermatologist before use.
This tan-accelerating sun spray is a fragrant joy that is good for developing a base tan for all skin types.
The oil is very moisturizing and contains several natural tan accelerators; L-tyrocin, almond oil, wheat germ oil and E and B vitamins. Wheat germ oil contains essential fatty acids and has good anti-aging properties.
With this combination of ingredients you get a natural sun spray that leaves your skin moisturized and gives you a beautiful tan!
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Almond oil is rich in Vitamin-E, which is a vitamin that improves skin health, prevents premature aging and prevents wrinkles. In addition to this, Vitamin-E prevents damage caused by ultraviolet rays.
Wheat germ oil
Wheat germ oil has a naturally preserved vitamin E and is a 100% pure, golden and nutritious oil which has, through gentle treatment, retained the natural tocopherol content. Tocopherol nourishes your skin and is incredibly moisturizing if you have eczema.
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