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... I've never had a tan in my life until 2 years ago I discovered this stuff...It's great!! I'm pretty fair skinned, and i started easy but this stuff is great!!!! ... (11 replies)
... Anything with at least an SPF 15 and that blocks both UVA & UVB rays. My personal favorite is Ocean Potion oil-free. BTW - I have 2 sisters who both were and still are avid sun-worshippers - I never could get a tan, so I gave up a long time ago. One of my sisters is 6 years younger than me, the other is 12 years younger than me. I have been mistaken for being the youngest... (11 replies)
... Ok, Im looking to get a great tan this summer. I cannot find a great outdoor tanning lotion. Any suggestions? ... (11 replies)

... damaging of your skin. ANY tan is damaged skin. Maybe someone else will have a suggestion for you. ... (11 replies)
... Woh, weird. Learn something new everyday :) So, what would you suggest for a deep dark tan? What brand or what SPF? My Banana Boat deep tanning oil says SPF 4. (11 replies)
... Because an SPF only blocks part of the rays - the lower the SPF, the less protection it affords. SPF Number x Time to Burn Without Sun Protection = Time to Burn while wearing sunscreen Example: If your skin would burn in 10 minutes in the afternoon sun without any sun protection, and you applied a sunscreen with an SPF 15, you would have 15 x 10 = 150 minutes (2.5... (11 replies)
... I didn't know you could get a tan with a SFP. Interesting. How is that? ... (11 replies)
... Whether you wrinkle or not with sun exposure has to have something to do with your genes - my father in law has tanned his entire adult life and looks great at 51! I don't tan super easily but had good results with NO-AD Australian style Dark Tanning Glitter Gel. And it looks pretty on, too. (11 replies)
... Use a good sunscreen. You will still tan. The latest news, incase you haven't heard for the past 30 years at least, is that excessive suntanning causes premature aging and cancer. A risk you may regret. In the late 60's there were tanning competitions of concoctions using iodine, baby oil...etc. We basically fried ourselves. I may yet find out the consequences of my... (11 replies)




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