We thought we'd help you decide which one to get, by explaining the difference between the two. Read on....
Both oils contain our exclusive Melanoboost Peptide Complex; the melanin boosting and sun tan accelerating benefits are designed to work in the same way for each sun tan oil to help you achieve faster, darker tanning. To learn more about how Melanoboost Peptide Complex is designed to boost melanin levels in your skin, read our blog.
The two peptide infused oils are designed equally to prepare the skin for sun exposure by boosting melanin levels in the skin. The more abundant your skin's melanin levels are, the darker you can tan.
Both oils promote tanning after sun exposure also - so smooth it on as your 'after sun' skin care to nourish, soothe and keep boosting melanin levels.
BONUS! The 'Plus Bronzing' boost is non-tinted, so no more stained swimwear or sheets!
Jemma. D loves that it gives her colour but doesn't stain her clothes:
"I love LOVE LOVE this product. 2 uses in I could see my tan lines! Any other tanning oil I have burnt or stained my clothes. But with this product, from the scent feel was a win within its own, I will continue using this product I highly recommend it to anyone!"
Introducing our new 'blue' Melanoboost Peptide Sun Tanning Lotion to MAX BOOST your tan...
PRE TAN, SUN TAN, AFTER TAN = MAX BOOST
With all the amazing qualities of our original Peptide Sun Tanning Oil, but in a light, hydrating lotion, our new ‘BLUE’ Peptide Sun Tanning Lotion effortlessly transitions from pre-tan melanin booster, to sun tan accelerator, to after sun moisturiser.
Since Melanoboost Peptide Sun Tanning Oil was introduced to tan lovers across Australia and around the globe, the technology has completely changed the way people tan.
Peptides are often used in high end skin care lines to help reinforce naturally occurring proteins in our skin to repair, rejuvenate and maintain it. We have applied those same principles to our Peptide Sun Tanning Oils to help reinforce the natural tanning process by boosting melanin levels.