Introducing: Zuii Organic - Flora Gradual Tan Face Water, Dry Oil Tan Extender & Self-Tanning Foam review

Monday 1 April 2019

Zuii Organic - Flora Gradual Tan Face Water, Dry Oil Tan Extender & Self-Tanning Foam review
Self-tanning is the safest way to get a gorgeous glow this Spring and if you want a more natural and organic option, Zuii Organic has a full range of cruelty-free and vegan-friendly self-tanning products which deliver pro results. 

I was recently introduced to Zuii Organic via LoveLula who is one of the brand's UK stockists. Since trying this trio of products from them, I've been pretty smitten as I've been looking for a brand like this for a while now! Made in Australia, Zuii Organic offers a wide variety of self-tanning products which include face and body tanners in a range of different formulas; body care, tanning accessories and some makeup in the shape of highlighters and bronzers. Everything is Cosmos Certified Organic, cruelty-free and suitable for vegans to use, and Zuii's main goal is to develop products that have natural, organic and sustainable ingredients which is why this brand appeals so much to me.

I've tested out a couple of products to introduce you to Zuii Organic, and I'm sure that after you've read this post, you'll be wanting to try them out for yourself!

Zuii Organic - Flora Gradual Tan Face Water, Dry Oil Tan Extender & Self-Tanning Foam review
Zuii Organic Flora Gradual Tan Face Water* (150ml, £22.50, link)
It can be tempting to want to use the same self-tanning product that you use for your body on your face, but don't! In my many years of experimenting with countless tanning brands and products, I've found that most body self-tanners can block pores and cause breakouts if you use them on your face, so it's always best to stick with a dedicated facial self-tanner. The good news is that lots of brands these days include some really great anti-ageing and general skincare benefits in theirs, and Zuii Organic's Flora Gradual Tan Face Water is no exception. 

Formulated with Fern Extract, Lichen and Bulbine Extract to hydrate the skin and improve elasticity, this Gradual Tan Face Water basically feels like a regular toner and you can apply a few drops to your hands and massage it in or apply with a cotton pad/round which is what I prefer to do. It doesn't have any tint or colour to it, but a subtle and realistic looking tan gradually develops for a healthy, glowy complexion with not a hint of orange in sight! I love how quickly this absorbs and it smells really nice and fresh.

Zuii Organic Flora Self Tanning Foam* (30ml sample shown, full size is 200ml for £32.95, link)
Foam is always my formula of choice when it comes to self-tanning for my body and it's a good option to try if you're new to tanning as it's virtually foolproof to apply. Zuii Organic's Flora Self Tanning Foam comes in three different shades, Light, Medium and Ultra Dark, and I tried out a tester of the Ultra Dark. Packed with Bamboo Juice, Grape Skin Extract and Raw Cacao, this self-tanning foam is super easy to work with when applied with a tanning mitt and I didn't have any problems with it going streaky or patchy. It develops quickly and can be rinsed off as soon as two hours after application, however, I would recommend leaving it on for at least 6 hours or overnight for the darkest results (you can also apply a second layer after two hours if you want to go even darker).

I love the colour of this and it definitely works well with my light olive skin and dark hair, so you may want to try one of the other shades if you're paler. There's no typical 'fake tan/biscuit' smell which I know puts a lot of people off trying self-tanning products, and instead, there's a pleasant, subtle fresh floral scent. This tanner lasted on me around 3-4 days before it started to fade, so it's not as long as some mainstream brands, but as the ingredients are much better, I don't mind too much and the product below can help it stay put further.

Zuii Organic Dry Oil Tan Extender* (100ml, £22.50, link)
Doing what it says it will do on the bottle, Zuii Organic's Dry Oil Tan Extender is an additional product that you can use to help lengthen the lifespan of your tan. Like the others in this range, it smells lovely and features a whole host of nourishing and hydrating ingredients such as Bamboo Juice, Sweet Almond Oil, Camelia Seed Oil and Cocoa Seed Butter. A little of this dry oil goes a long way to moisturise your skin, locking in the colour for longer - a holiday must-have!

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  1. Hello, I got three samples in Lovelula box, still cant get my hands on them to try out :] by the way there is new self tanner from Madara cosmetics too called Fake it, have you tried it?

    1. Hope you enjoy trying the samples from our LoveLula box! I haven't tried the Madara self tanner yet but it is on my to-try list as it looks promising :) x


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