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TANNING: Methods, Products, & Tips

Tanning was a bimbo and it-girl essential in the 90s and early 2000s, but in recent years we've seen this trend start to die as people become more conscious of the negative long-term effects of sun exposure.

Tanning Methods

Outdoor SunTanning

This natural tanning method gives you a gradual tan after spending many hours exposed to natural UV rays from the sun. The best time for outdoor tanning is between 10am-4pm, however, tanning before or after those times is safer for your skin and reduces the risk of sunburns.


  • Affordability

  • Long-lasting results

  • Vitamin D from the sun is good for mood and relaxation


  • Slow results- you would need to lay in the sun for hours before seeing any significant results.

  • Uneven tan, or tan lines if you are unable to tan fully nude or change positions frequently

  • Long-term sun exposure may damage the structure of your skin, causing dryness, dark spots, wrinkles, and skin cancer.

  • Potential burns, heat stroke, or dehydration

Indoor UV tanning