Two Australian stay-at-home suburban mums have gained international success with the invention of their new beauty product SKINNY TAN that not only tans but helps contour your body and reduce the appearance of cellulite!
The two mumtrepreneurs, Louise Ferguson and Kate Cotton, recently appeared in England on the hit BBC TV show 'Dragons' Den" – a reality TV show in which budding entrepreneurs get three minutes to pitch their business ideas to five multi-millionaires who have the power to launch their business idea into reality.
Skinny Tan immediately sparked interest from all five -Dragons', resulting in a total of 9 offers – a series record! – to help make the product available in both the UK and Australia.
On the show, the women made a deal for $100,000 (£60,000) investment in return for 10% of their company with the two newest -Dragons' - celebrity interior designer Kelly Hoppen MBE and -Cloud' entrepreneur Piers Linney. Hoppen is also the step-mother of Sienna Miller and counts David and Victoria Beckham and Robbie Williams as friends and clients.
'They are amazing women with an amazing product and I am really looking forward to having a long and successful future working with these ladies." Says Hoppen.
Skinny Tan is the first self-tanner to combine a 100% natural tanning active with naturally derived body firming actives, making skin look naturally tanned, toned, and bikini ready. It is free from the chemical DHA and instead includes a natural element derived from the seeds of the Brassica Napus plant.
Cofounder Kate Cotton says - 'Many women suffer from cellulite want to look thinner so we are excited to have come up with the first tanner that helps reduce the appearance of get rid of cellulite while giving you a natural tan."
Cofounder Louise Ferguson says – 'By using a natural tanning active in a cream, we know this is a safer alternative that makes helps the user look firmer and more toned" the user look visibly thinner."
Skinny Tan products can be found in the online store at skinnytan.com.au or at Priceline Pharmacy, Terry White Chemist, Woolworths, and Costco.