In accordance with our business policy we do not test our ingredients or final products on animals neither direct or via a 3rd party. The 7th amendment of the EU Cosmetics Directive, by which our business is governed, has already imposed a complete ban on animal testing for both finished products from 11 September 2004, and for cosmetic ingredients from 11 March 2009.
Are your products suitable for Vegans?
Currently our products have not been formally assessed as to their suitability for vegans. Therefore, although the ingredients may well be “vegan friendly” as we have not used animal derived ingredients; we are not in a position to confirm this without the formal assessment, which is something we are investigating for the future.
What if I have a reaction to the products?
To prevent reactions we advise patch testing before using the product, If you have had a reaction to the product then discontinue use immediately. All products are safety tested but if you would like to find out further information please email email@example.com
Will the bath products stain?
Kids’ Stuff Crazy Soap is made for bath time fun and to be used on children’s skin and in the bath. Products should be kept away from porous surfaces, tile grout, furnishings, fabrics and hair to prevent staining.
Are the bath products suitable for sensitive skin?
Our products have been approved as mild and gentle, the products are hypoallergenic and dermatologically tested for skin safety and all ingredients in the product are safety approved. We still recommend patch testing the product before use and if a reaction does occur then discontinue use immediately.
Are the bath products suitable for hair?
Kids’ Stuff Crazy Soap is made for bath time fun and to be used on children’s skin and in the bath only. Do not use on eyes, ears, mouth, face or hair.
How long will my bottle of self-tan be in date for?
We recommend tan is not used after 6 months of opening. Store the tan in a cool dry place, during warmer months store your tan in the fridge to prevent DHA developing in the bottle.
Will self-tan stain my clothes?
Make sure you are dry before getting dressed and pat off any excess colour with a dark towel. To prevent staining when tanning we recommend wearing loose dark clothing until the tan guide colour has been washed off. Whilst tanning try and put down a dark towel to prevent tan from getting on any surrounding areas. Any spillages should be cleaned up immediately. May stain light hair, wool and light fabrics.
How can I remove self-tan?
To remove tan you should use an exfoliating mitt to scrub when washing.
TIP: Oil based products such as baby oil will help remove tan easier and quicker. If you have made a mistake when applying, whitening toothpaste can be used to remove.
How can I prevent my tan from going patchy / streaky?
Before tanning it is essential to prepare your skin the day before by shaving and exfoliating with a body scrub and exfoliating glove/mitt. To prevent tan sticking make sure you apply a layer of oil free moisturiser to any dry areas such as elbows and knees.
Is the tan suitable for sensitive skin?
The St. Moriz Professional range has been dermatologically tested and all ingredients in the product are safety approved. We still recommend patch testing the product before use and if a reaction does occur then discontinue use immediately.
What is the best way to apply self-tan?
We recommend that you apply tan with a tanning application mitt to achieve a flawless finish. Visit our tips page (insert link) to gain more expert knowledge about tanning.