Don’t spray perfume or aftershave onto an area of skin that’s going to be exposed to sun as these products act as a photosensitiser. You are more likely to get pigmentation marks or a burn. If you use a sunscreen with a high SPF, you can still get a tan … eventually. If you’re worried about sun damage on your face and neck but want to top up your vitamin D levels, apply sunscreen to just face and neck and expose other areas! Sunbeds block out UVB rays which means you can tan without burning. However, they let in mainly UVA rays which means you age! Faster! A tan booster gives you a tan but it gives you no protection from burning or ageing. Same with the tan from a sunbed. Although you are

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