Tan Off The Original Mitt

Royalty Society



The original Tan-Off Kit. Don't settle for copies. We are the first and the best. Try it out now.

The original sunless tan removal mitt

- Unique duel woven fabric
- Proudly Australian owned
- Kind to the environment
- No nasty chemicals, just add water
- Removes sunless tan
- Corrects tanning mistakes

Shipping Rates

Australian deliveries have the option of a General Courier Service or Express Post. International deliveries are through DHL.

Australian Shipping Rates As Follows;


  • ORDERS UNDER $50.00 = $7.95 (courier- No PO BOX / Parcel Collect)

  • *METRO EXTRA LARGE (TANNING BOOTH) $239.00 flat rate (excluded from shipping promo)

Express Post Rates - PO BOX / Parcel Collect Permitted (calculated at checkout)

  • 0 - 0.5 KG - $11.99 (Express Post) 

  • 0.6 - 1 KG - $14.99 (Express Post) 

  • 1.1 - 3 KG - $16.99 (Express Post) 

  • 3.1 - 5 KG - $24.99 (Express Post) 

INTERNATIONAL (excl Australia) Shipping Rates As Follows;

  • ORDERS UNDER $50.00 = $19.99 (courier- No PO BOX / Parcel Collect)

  • ORDERS OVER $50.00 = $10.00 FLAT FEE (courier- No PO BOX / Parcel Collect)

    *Please note you are responsible for all Import Duties / Taxes associated with your countries laws and regulations.

Shipping Times

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Application Directions

The same rules apply for our self Tanning and Professional products.
If using our Princess self tanning mousse ensure it is applied with our Royalty Tan Perfecting Mitt for optimal results.
  • Remove unwanted hair from your body. Waxing or shaving 8 to 24 hours before the tan is important as the skin becomes prepared for the absorption of the tanning solution.
  • Always Shower before tanning. Avoid using body washes which are extra moisturising and opt for a gel-based body wash or bar soap.

  •  Exfoliation plays a vital role in the tanning process. Exfoliating prior to your tan will remove the dead skin and extend the life of your tan.

  • Remember to wear loose and dark clothes after tanning. Clothes can get stained so wear something that can be easily cleaned later. You should also wear loose shoes or flip flops.

  • Do not wear deodorant, lotions or perfumes both before and right after tanning. Deodorants tend to mix with the tanning solution and create unwanted results, think green armpits! Makeup, perfumes and even jewellery will come in the way of the tanning solution and act as barriers for an even finish.

  • Do not apply a moisturiser or body butter before tanning. These create streaks in the tan as the solution slides off from the skin instead of being absorbed.

  •  Do not shower for at least 4 hours after. This waiting period allows maximum tanning solution absorption for the skin, you can sleep in your tan if required.

  • After the waiting period has passed, shower in warm water (it should not be too hot) gently rubbing your skin (you may use a light shower gel if required) to ensure you have removed the bronzer. The bronzer will run off, and when the water is no longer brown, pat yourself dry with a towel (do not rub as this will remove and ruin the tan).

  • If once you get out of the shower you notice there are “streaks” or darker patches on your skin, simply pop back in and gently wash off as this is usually where not all the bronzer has been removed. After washing off, the tan will continue to develop for the next 24 hours.

  • Avoid activities that will make you sweat. This means no exercises, sports, dancing or jogging. You should also avoid the sun to prevent sweating. Sweating creates streaks in the tan.

  • Avoid chlorinated swimming pools that easily react with the tanning solution and can cause an uneven fade.

  • Moisturising the skin daily will help make the tan last longer, as well as help it to fade evenly.

  • Do not use lotions or creams on your skin which contain Alpha Hydroxyl Acids (AHA’s) or Glycolic Acid as they tend to exfoliate the skin. Use a neutralizing pH body wash.

  • Once you have showered after tanning (after 4-8 hours), only then should you use perfumes, deodorants and makeup.

  • Do not touch your body while your tan is drying off. This can leave finger prints on your body and extra dark fingers!

  •  If sleeping in your tan, ensure you wear long sleeves and pants and don’t use your good bedding!

  • If you happen to get in on the palms of your hands wash off before allowing to process… Enjoy!


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 Ingredients Breakdown;

  • Aqua, (water)
  • Aloe barbadensis leaf juice, (Organic Aloe vera)
  • Cocos nucifera water, (Coconut water)
  • Tocopheryl acetate (Vitamin E)
  • Hydrolyzed jojoba esters,  (Essential fatty acids from the jojoba plant, Jojoba esters function as skin-softening agents.)
  • Saccharomyces ferment, (The mother of all K-beauty ingredients. It’s fermented ingredient that works to encourage cell turnover, leading to brighter, more even and hydrated skin.)
  • Dihydroxyacetone (DHA), Dihydroxyacetone (DHA) is derived from sugar and is a key active ingredient for natural self-tanners. The skin-browning effect is the result of a nontoxic chemical reaction between DHA and the amino acids which are part of the keratinous layer of the skin’s surface. The resulting colour is called melanoidins, similar in colour to the melanins our bodies produce naturally when exposed to UV rays.
  • Erythrulose, Erythrulose is used in combination with dihydroxyacetone (DHA) in high quality self-tanning products. It is a pale-yellow liquid extracted from red berries and reacts with the amino acids of the keratin found in the dead skin cells of the upper layer. The reaction, which is completely nontoxic, creates a temporary browning effect on these skin cells resembling  the same colour a UV-based suntan produces. Erythrulose has a composition similar to that of DHA, and the two sugars react on the skin’s surface in a very similar way. The tan created by erythrulose takes up to 24 to 48 hours to fully develop while DHA takes 2 to 4 hours to develop. When DHA is used alone, it is likely to produce an orange and streaky tan. Eurythrulose has a less drying effect over the skin than DHA does and it provides a smoother fade and when these two ingredients are combined, it results in a tan that lasts longer, fades evenly, and produces a deep and natural-looking tan. Erythrulose is very expensive because it is difficult to obtain, it has no side effects and due to its similarity in composition with DHA, it is unlikely for anyone to be sensitive to these two sugars. It reacts only with the skin cells of the upper layer and it does not penetrate below this layer.
  • Butylene glycol,  (helps the product to penetrate the skin and process better)
  • Ethoxydiglycol, (A solubilizer like ethoxydiglycol helps keep our product formula well mixed.)
  • Phenoxyethanol,  (phenoxyethanol is considered a safe and effective preservative when used in amounts approved for use in leave-on or rinse-off cosmetics products.)
  • Sodium metabisulfite, (Sodium Metabisulite is an inorganic salt used as a disinfectant and preservative agent in cosmetics and personal care products)

Aqua, Aloe barbadensis (Organic Aloe vera) leaf juice, Dihydroxyacetone (DHA), Butylene glycol, Ethoxydiglycol, Erythrulose, Cocos nucifera (Coconut) water, Hydrolyzed jojoba esters, Dimethicone, Saccharomyces ferment, Tocopheryl acetate (Vit E), Polysorbate-80, Phenoxyethanol, Sodium metabisulfite, Fragrance, FD &C Blue# 1, FD &C Yellow# 5, FD &C Red# 40.


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