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private label self tanner innovation

Imagine your brand being the go-to choice for a flawless, sun-kissed glow. With Amarrie's private label self tanner, this vision becomes a reality. Our expansive range of over 1000 formulations, developed by a team of over 50 experienced engineers, offers unparalleled quality and innovation. 

 

We specialize in creating self tanners that not only embody your brand’s essence but also set new standards in the skincare market. Our commitment to natural, skin-friendly ingredients, coupled with cutting-edge manufacturing, positions your products as the epitome of luxury and effectiveness. Partnering with Amarrie means elevating your brand to a leader in the sunless tanning sector, renowned for excellence and innovation.

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exploring different types of self-tanners

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hot selling self tanner product brief

Give yourself a sun-kissed look without the risks associated with sun exposure with sunless tanning at Neutriherbs. Our spray tan services are safe and natural-looking, so you can look like a beach bunny any time of the year

private label self tanner - tanning lotion

Private Label MOQ≥500PCS

Brand Wholesale MOQ≥120PCS

Active Ingredients

dha, coconut oil, vitamin e, aloe vera, horse chestnut extract

color family

gold-bronze

suitable for

those with an olive complexion or those who prefer a deeper glow

Functions

Natural-looking tan, no nasty streaks, blotches, or dark spots

Formulated with non-pore blocking ingredients, providing a beautiful glow without any skin damage

Fast-drying, non-sticky & comfortable to wear all day

Give your face the sunshine glow without leaving home

private label self tanner - tanning mouse

Private Label MOQ≥500PCS

Brand Wholesale MOQ≥120PCS

Active Ingredients

dha, coconut oil, aloe vera, jojoba oil, vitamin e

color family

fresh green bamboo scent

Suitable For

those with an olive complexion or those who prefer a deeper glow

Functions

Streak-free, quick-drying and non-sticky

Provides natural-looking color without sun exposure

A lightweight fast-drying and easy-to-apply mousse

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pick wisely for your skin

Selecting the right self-tanner is a crucial decision that impacts both personal skincare routines and business success. At Amarrie, we empower you to make informed choices through transparency, market insights, and a commitment to excellence.

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the benefits of self tanner

Our hands are often exposed to drying agents such as soap and water, so hydration and moisture is essential to protect the skin barrier.  

The skin on the top of your hands is different than the skin on your palms. It is much thinner and has fewer sebaceous glands, which means it can dehydrate very quickly and show signs of aging earlier.

No Skin Cancer Risk: It is no secret today that frequent sun exposure can increase your risk of skin cancer tenfold. By choosing spray tanning over baking in the sun, you can greatly reduce your risk. Keep in mind, a spray tan does not protect you from the UV rays, so you will need to wear sun protection daily, even while sporting that beautiful bronze skin.

 No Early Aging to Worry About: Regular exposure to UVA and UVB rays can age your skin before its time. Sun exposure can lead to fine lines and wrinkles, pigmentation marks and the formation of rough leathery skin. The sun can even make skin lose its natural elasticity faster, which can cause loose, sagging skin around the cheeks and jawline.

Even, Natural Tan:  Self tanner produces an even coverage with much less risk of streaking. It goes on more evenly than other types of sunless tanning products. In addition, modern technology prevents the orange glow of spray tans past, ensuring your sunless tanning efforts result in natural color no matter how dark you go.

Fast Results that Last:  Results from self tanner tend to develop quickly, within a few short hours of your treatment. The results of self tanner are faster than that obtained with lotions or gels, and definitely quicker than lying out under the sun’s rays for hours on end. A spray tan typically lasts anywhere between five and 10 days, making this a good option for a special occasion. Regular treatments can keep your tan glowing all year long.

different types of self tanners

Over the past few years the tanning market has seen the development of many new revolutionary products — gone are the days when the only options were lotions and aerosol sprays. 

1. Lotions

Gradual self tanning lotions are the OG self tanners. Most of them look and feel like your creamy, daily moisturizers, but have a small amount of DHA to give you a subtle glow over time.   

  • When to use: When you want to ease into self tanning by gradually building a tan, want to apply once to get a subtle glow, or when you want to top up and maintain your dark tan that you got from a more intense mousse or spray.  
  • How to apply: Use a quarter-sized dollop per each body part. Start at the feet and work your way up, swiping upwards in long, circular motions. Wash your hands thoroughly after applying.

2. Sprays

Most self tanning sprays come in an aerosol can and deliver a bronzing color guide for an instant tan. (Think: Sugared + Bronzed’s Bronzing Mist.)  

  • When to use: Bronzing sprays are good for when you feel like foregoing makeup and want a quick, even tan on your face and neck. While they can be sprayed all over, it will take a lot of product and blending to ensure even application. I prefer using them in small areas for a quick boost of color.  
  • How to apply: On clean, dry skin, hold the can about five inches away from the body and spray in an “X” motion. Use a mitt to buff and even out the tan if needed.

3. Waters

Tanning waters are one of the newest self tanning formulations on the market, and while you also spray tanning waters on to apply, the difference is in the actual formula. Like the name suggests, waters are liquids that go on clear and typically come out of the bottle as a lightweight, fine mist.   when to use: Tanning waters are pretty universal in that they can be used on the face before or after makeup as a hydrating, bronzing set spray, all over the body to develop into a deep tan, or to lightly mist over hard-to-tan spots like the hands and feet.  how to apply: (to the body): Starting at the feet, spray in upwards columns — your skin will glisten where the water has been applied. Then, use a mitt to buff the tan evenly in circular motions.  (to the face): Spritz on clean, dry skin for a glow, creating an “X”- like motion, or spray on top of makeup as a hydrating, bronzing set spray.

  • When to use: Tanning waters are pretty universal in that they can be used on the face before or after makeup as a hydrating, bronzing set spray, all over the body to develop into a deep tan, or to lightly mist over hard-to-tan spots like the hands and feet.  
  • How to apply: (to the body): Starting at the feet, spray in upwards columns — your skin will glisten where the water has been applied. Then, use a mitt to buff the tan evenly in circular motions.  (to the face): Spritz on clean, dry skin for a glow, creating an “X”- like motion, or spray on top of makeup as a hydrating, bronzing set spray.

4. Drops

Perhaps the most customizable self tanners are self tanning drops. Most drops are a clear liquid that can be added to your daily (face or body) moisturizers for a tan that develops over the course of a few hours. With all drops, the rule is the more drops you use = the darker the tan.  

  • When to use: When you want to moisturize, but also want to tan. DHA (the chemical in self tanners that “tans” you) can be pretty drying, so adding a tanner to a hydrating moisturizer gives you the best of both glowing worlds.  
  • How to apply: Drop a few drops in your desired moisturizer, apply to where you’d like to tan in upwards, circular motions. Wash hands thoroughly after application. 

5. Mousses

Mousses or tanning foams, can come as clear solutions or with color guides and also offer a wide range of shades. The foamy-textured formulas give arguably the deepest, darkest tans out of all of the different types of self tanners, so if that’s your vibe then mousses are the way to go.  

  • When to use: When you like options and when you have time to let your tan develop. As mentioned, mousses are available in quite a range of shades, formulas, and development speeds, and they are also the formula that will get you the darkest. Want a medium tan that develops fast but also want a dose of color right off the bat? Opt for a mousse. However, if you like clear solutions that will give you a super dark tan yet won’t stain your sheets when you let it develop while you sleep, mousses are still a great option. Just remember, mousses penetrate the skin the most which means you will need to allow for the longest dry time.  
  • How to apply: Starting at the ankles, swipe in upwards, circular motions. The more layers you apply = the darker the tan. See how to properly apply mousses to your hands and feet here.

things to consider when choosing the best self tanner

Selecting the right self-tanner is essential for achieving a natural-looking, radiant tan while maintaining healthy skin. Here are key factors to consider when choosing the best self-tanner for your needs:

Skin type

Understand your skin type to choose a self-tanner that complements your complexion. Different formulations work better for oily, dry, sensitive, or combination skin.

Ingredients 

Check the ingredient list for natural components and skin-friendly elements. Look for self-tanners with moisturizing agents like aloe vera or hyaluronic acid to keep your skin hydrated.

Formulation Type

Self-tanners come in various formulations, including lotions, sprays, mousses, and wipes. Choose the one that aligns with your application preference and desired results.

Color Tone

Consider the desired tan color. Self-tanners offer different shades, from light to dark. Pick a shade that matches your natural skin tone for a realistic and even tan.

Application Ease

Evaluate the ease of application. Some self-tanners are user-friendly with quick absorption, while others may require more time and precision during application.

additional factors to consider

In addition to the key considerations mentioned earlier, several other factors can significantly influence your choice of the best hand cream:

Fragranced or Unscented 

Another aspect you might want to consider when choosing the best hand cream is whether it is scented or unscented. Some people enjoy scented hand lotions for the pleasant aroma and the well-being properties.   

Depending on its fragrance, a scented hand cream can also help you boost your mood or make you feel calm and relaxed.  

There are many different types of scented hand creams, from fruity fragrances to floral fragrances and even spicy fragrances. To help make choosing a scent that best suits you, read our blog about the secret of scents and How to Find Your Ideal Soap Fragrance.   

Alternatively, an unscented hand cream which only contains natural ingredients such as aloe vera can be better suited for people who may have sensitive skin. Fragrance-free hand creams are also recommended for people who may suffer from some types of skin conditions.

Lifestyle 

Absorption is another factor to consider. During a busy day, some people prefer a lighter, non-greasy hand cream that can be absorbed quickly into the skin, so they don't have to slow things down too much.   

Finally, the texture and thickness of the hand cream and also be important. Lighter hand creams are ideal for daily use and for sensitive skin, while a thick hand lotion is often used at night before bed and are more moisturising and better for dry skin. Choose a texture that best suits your preference.

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the production process of self tanner

The production process of self-tanner involves a meticulous series of steps to ensure the formulation's quality, efficacy, and safety. At Amarrie, we prioritize excellence at every stage of production. Here's an overview of our self-tanner production process:

STEP 1

Formulation Development

Our journey begins with the formulation development stage. Our team of skilled chemists and skincare experts collaborates to create a blend that not only imparts a natural-looking tan but also nourishes and enhances the skin.

STEP 2

Ingredient Sourcing

We source premium, natural ingredients for our self-tanner formulations. The selection process emphasizes quality, ensuring that each component contributes to the overall effectiveness and safety of the product.

STEP 3

Quality Control

Rigorous quality control measures are implemented at every step. This includes testing raw materials for purity and consistency. Stringent quality checks are performed to maintain our commitment to delivering top-tier products.

STEP 4

Production Batches

The formulation moves to the production floor, where it is prepared in carefully measured batches. This phase involves precise mixing and blending to achieve a homogeneous product with consistent color and texture.

STEP 5

Filling and Packaging 

The self-tanner is then filled into appropriate packaging, considering factors such as ease of application and preservation of product integrity. Our packaging is designed to be both aesthetically pleasing and practical for consumers.

STEP 6

Labeling and Certification

Each product undergoes meticulous labeling to provide customers with clear information on usage, ingredients, and safety precautions. Certification processes are adhered to, ensuring compliance with industry standards and regulations.

the common pitfalls when purchasing

While self-tanners offer a sun-kissed glow without the harmful effects of UV rays, it's crucial to be aware of potential pitfalls during the purchase. Here are common pitfalls to navigate: