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Disclaimer| The MooGoo Gradual Tan Cream was gifted to me but all opinions are my own.
I absolutely love this tan! It gives you a lovely colour without having the effects of sunbeds or sun damage. The tan is genuinely natural, it has no odour and it a great moisturising cream. It leaves you with a lovely colour, unlike many tans than leave you with streaks.
- A non-smelly, natural, moisturising gradual tanning formula
- Includes natural oils: Sweet Almond, Coconut & Olive Oil
- Leaves a natural, non-orange, tan colour
- Naturally preserved with Hops Extract – free of Parabens and Phenoxyethanol
- The cream uses moisturising oils to make it hydrating and extends the time your tan will last for.
Tip: Always wash your hands after use. Use the cream daily and sparingly to build up your tan.
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What are MooGoo Skincare about?
MooGoo is a natural range of skin, hair, dental and baby products made in Australia. Their products are for people with skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis in mind, as well as those who are health conscious and care about what they are putting on their skin. MooGoo products are perfect for you if you want to improve their lifestyle and lead a healthier life.
MooGoo was founded Craig Jones in 2005. Craig created a more human-friendly formula based on the cream his mother was using. People found out and were jumping on it. MooGoo now has a full range of products including Eczema Cream, Gradual Tan, Suncare and Nappy Balm which are being sold all over the world.
MooGoo product range includes facial skincare, body care, baby care, sun care, dental care and an oncology care range.
What ingredient is used in MooGoo products?
MooGoo products use high quality, natural and edible
Products are free of Parraffin, Parabens and Phenoxyethanol.
MooGoo are a vegan, cruelty free brand and test on themselves which is a massively important fact.
Whats your opinion on MooGoo Skincare?
How did you find your MooGoo tanning cream in terms of ease of use?
The product was so easy to use. The cream glides on the skin easily. A little goes a long way in terms of the cream because of the thickness of it. A thick cream is much more moisturising then a thin cream.
What was your overall perception of MooGoo gradual tan cream?
The packaging was simple and eco friendly. The instructions on the back of the tube were clear and concise. The tan does not have a tan smell which is so amazing. Having used multiple tanning creams and self-tanning methods, I would turn to MooGoo after trying their tan.
How did the product feel on the skin?
This product felt so great on the skin. It does not feel lumpy or too thick which is exactly what you want in a moisturising cream.
Were you satisfied with the results?
The tan works amazingly. I will definitely be buying more of this because I am amazing at how the cream has no smell like the majority of other tanning creams out there.
Was this the first time you had used natural skincare?
This was the first time I have used natural skincare and I am so happy that I did. I have been looking for a tanning cream that does not feel sticky on the skin so this was amazing.
Would you recommend MooGoo to a friend?
I will be recommending MooGoo to all of my friends who want a natural-looking tan. Due to it being a cream it means you can use it as a moisturiser as well as a tan. The cream is affordable and well in range compared to other gradual tans out there.
Would you use MooGoo tan cream again?
I will be using MooGoo again. The application is so easy and it does not smell like other fake tans do. It is so easy to apply and does not feel sticky when you put it on your skin.
Where can you find MooGoo?
MooGoo products are available online, from Wholefoods Market, Holland & Barrett and independent pharmacies.
The price may vary depending on where you are buying it from and whether they have any discounts available. I have seen it being sold for around £12.50 to £17.
You can also use their hashtag if you purchase their products #moogooskincare
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