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Why does sunshine make us feel good.

Well it does, who would deny it. Humans relationship with sunlight is very complex. Its been very noticable over the past week of fairly good weather how the nations mood has lifted. This article by Healthline is quite good reading....

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Why do people use sunbeds?

Why do people use sunbeds?

Well that's a stupid obvious question. Or is it? Most people would be very surprised at the wide and varied reasons for sunbed use. Im blogging as someone who sits at a desk and talks to people who come in, i make no claim to the validity of what they say. I think the...

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The Power of Vitamin D

More and more studies are showing a clear beneficial link between levels of vitamin D and the bodies response to Covid 19. When sunlight hits your skin, it converts cholesterol into vitamin D, which helps build strong bones, and plays a beneficial role in our immune...

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50 Top Tips for Fake Tanning

1. Keep it in the fridge, fake tan is full of botanicals and goes off fairly quickly. 2. Don't shave within 36 hours of applying the tan, you could get a little spotty. 3. Never wash the colour guide off with soap, soap can lift out the tan. 4. If you are worried...

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Formula Information for Indoor Sunbed lotion

Formula Information for Indoor Sunbed lotion The sunbed lotions within this site have been assessed and allocated a formula button. Each lotion has been personally tried by a member of our team. We use our own formula assessment as no single formal standard exists...

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Sun Protection Products (SPF)

Sun Protection Products (SPFs) There has been a lot of publicity and debate surrounding SPF's recently, the public must be very confused. The outdoor sun lotion industry have a hard job on their hands, on the one hand there is a real need for burn protection in the...

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Self Tanning Information

If you ask most people how self tan products work, they will probably think the products dye the skin, a bit like a spray-paint. Not so, most of these products (and every one on our site) use dihydroxyacetone as the active ingredient (we will call it DHA). DHA is a...

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