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 How to Get a (Relatively) Safe Tan?

Answer Let one thing be crystal clear: There is no such thing as a "safe" tan. By going out in the sun unprotected, you risk: Getting wrinkly, early-aged skin Getting nasty, painful sunburns Getting skin ... Read More »
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