Isle of Paradise's New Tanning Water Refill Pouches Contain 81% Less Plastic Than the Bottles
Leading fake-tan brand Isle of Paradise has already made strides to become more body positive thanks to the "Get Body Posi" campaign last year — making a global commitment to put body acceptance at the top of the beauty industry agenda — is now making moves to become more sustainable, starting with its brand-new refill pouches.
As keen self-tanners, we go through tanning water at the same rate as body wash, and hey, we're not ashamed to admit it. However, we're less proud of the waste that comes with our love of a faux glow. Thanks to Isle of Paradise's pledge to become more sustainable, however, we can spritz with a little more piece of mind, as we begin to stock up with the brand's new tanning water refill packs.
The new Isle of Paradise Tanning Water Refill Pouches are made with a whopping 81 percent less plastic than the bottles. Not only that, the packs also save you money — £4 less than a brand new bottle, to be exact.
With the easy-to-use refills, simply pour the pouch into your original tanning water bottle, twist the bottle cap to seal, and spritz away. And like all of the Isle of Paradise products, the tanning water is vegan and cruelty-free.
Isle of Paradise Refill Pouches launch 14 July (£15) on the theisleofparadise.com, Boots, Look Fantastic, ASOS, Beauty Bay, and Cult Beauty.