In our recent experiences, people or brands claim to have “organic spray tan solutions” – this frustrates us beyond belief!!
This is, we think, one of our most important blogs to date…
Last night, we got an email from one of our new spray tanners. She was so shocked at the difference in ingredients between our organic spray tan solutions and other company’s “organic” spray tan solutions. It is SO frustrating how many other brands and business out there claim to be “organic” – when really their products are filled with toxic chemicals and potential carcinogens!
We pride ourselves on being an authentic and transparent company. When we say our organic spray tans don’t contain artificial dyes, harsh chemicals or toxic ingredients – we mean this. They really DON’T contain that nasty crap! We also aim to educate our consumers to “look deeper” – to be aware, research ingredients and products so they know exactly what they are putting on their skin.
We won’t point the finger and name names, but our beautiful client said:
“Thank you so much for the ingredient list.
I did a comparison of ingredients in the current [company’s] solution I’m using to Eco Tan. I was shocked by the chemicals in [company], as compared to Eco Tan. Not only is it full of chemicals, but also contains all of the three main dyes that studies have linked to cancer!
It made me a bit sad as I felt I was using a really safe solution. And, it was definitely marketed to me that way. However, I am excited to provide my clients with an amazing alternative in Eco Tan.”
We don’t mean to toot our own horn, but we use only the very best natural and organic ingredients in our organic spray tan solutions. The signature ingredients in our organic Rich Honey Solution include: aloe vera, cacao, grape skin and grapefruit. In our slightly darker organic solution, Two Solution, we use: aloe vera, caramel, grapefruit, chamomile and cacao.
Moral of the story?
A lot of people out there think that they are using true organic products. But they aren’t. We’ve said it a million times before and we will say it again:
- Read product labels
- Do your research
- Look for the Certified Organic logo