Tanning changes and ages your skin
Skin damage starts with your very first tan. Each time you tan, the damage builds up, creating more genetic mutations and greater risk.
Indoor tanning is dangerous: Tanning beds don’t offer a safe alternative to sunlight; they raise the risk for skin cancers.
Tanning damages all types of skin: Even if your skin type is not fair, tanning causes DNA injury that can lead to premature ageing and skin cancer.
You can easily reduce your likelihood of developing skin cancer by practising sun safety.
Avoid tanning entirely: It’s the best way to safeguard against unhealthy, unsightly skin damage
Fake, don’t bake: If you want a golden glow, consider sunless tanning products There are many options that can give you a bronzed look, but you still need sun protection
Tone, don’t tan: Get radiant skin by doing aerobic or high-intensity exercises. Working out feels good and boosts your mood
Hydrate, eat great: Drink lots of water and choose whole, unprocessed foods. Your skin will thank you!