How much does The Tan Brush Cost? That’s a straightforward question to answer. The Tan Brush retails at £29.95, and The Tan Brush Cleanser at £15.00. Most people are happy to pay this as they appreciate the value of the brush, and the minute they hold it and feel the luxurious bristles, they know it’s a quality brush…. They love it! But we have had a few customers raise eyebrows and question the price. “It’s a brush,” they say…. But it’s not just any brush, it’s The Tan Brush, and we ask them to consider this:
Most avid tanners apply self-tan every week; Tanning Thursday has become an instagramable occasion for most. Although, for some, it may be less frequent. The following analogy is based on a weekly tanning routine to demonstrate the cost difference between using The Tan Brush and a Tanning Mitt.
We look upon The Tan Brush as a one-off purchase. We created The Tan Brush Cleanser to care for it properly, ensuring longevity. We guarantee that not only will you love The Tan Brush, but it will last for years.
The following calculations are based on a three-year life expectancy, and with this, we air on the side of caution. Pamela, Lina and I still use the prototype brushes we received in 2019. We use them frequently, and Pamela insists on taking hers to meetings to demonstrate durability and longevity. The prototypes remain as good as new because we clean them after every use. They are kept in a Tan Brush Travel Bag, and we fully expect these little beauties to continue serving us for many years. We have become quite attached.
Now for the nitty-gritty – and if you disagree, please holler! If you follow the ‘tanning Thursday routine’, The Tan Brush will cost you twenty-eight pence every time you apply a self-tan. (So less than a small bar of chocolate!)
The same way would require using a mitt or glove every week. From research, you have told us that you repurchase a mitt and dispose of your old one every eight weeks. Although we do not claim sustainability, we feel The Tan Brush will considerably reduce waste in discarded tanning mitts over the next few years as our company grows. Bear with me!
Therefore, every consumer will dispose of twenty mitts over three years by our calculations. An average luxury mitt retails for £8.00. So, not only will you contribute environmentally. You will also have at least an extra £140.00 in your pocket. Cha-Ching. Everyone loves Cha-Ching!
Mitts and gloves, especially velvet, tend to absorb a lot of the self-tanning product; The Tan Brush bristles don’t; the product sits on the surface and is applied in a sweeping motion, then immediately buffed into the skin, therefore drying quickly, allowing you to get dressed and move on with your day much faster, feeling fantastic!
When you cleanse the brush, you will notice very little product being removed from the brush to the cloth, as the product will be where it is supposed to be – on your skin, glowing and looking gorgeous! The Tan Brush will save you even more money as you won’t need to purchase tanning products often. So, in other words, it’s a win-win-win!
I know this blog sounds like a hard sell, but it isn’t; I’m merely addressing all the unique selling points of The Tan Brush. As you may have picked up, we are so proud of this little cracker – we want to shout it from the rooftops!