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.
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.
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