Tan In Time
In a few weeks be beach bound for sun and Vitamin D, but not without lots of block. To get tan in time, slather up and start glowing.1
If you haven’t heart, the sun worshiping baby boomers have higher cases of melanoma than anyone in history. Even earlier morning runs should be preceded by a sunblock lathering session. Nobody wants wrinkles, so slather up and start summer glowing.
Gone are the days of smeared orange streaks that leave you smelling like a stale bagel bite. Today’s tanners glide on smoothly, have re and are scented. Aveeno Continuous Radiance Moisturizing Lotion ($15) has a dual chamber bottle design with lotion on one side and tanner on the other allowing the user to control the strength of her tan. Dr. Hauschka’s tanner ($30), made with anti-oxidant, pomegranate extract provides more instant gratification. To achieve an instant glow, lightly cover face, neck and décolleté in either beige or L’Occitane Sunshine Lotion ($25) wins the award for best in scent. This stuff smells so good you might permanently swap out your regular lotion.
And while you’re at it, you might want to purchase a bottle for your daughter, niece, little cousin. New York State is gearing up to adopt the “Teen Tan Ban.” Tanning is already illegal for New York state youngsters under 14, and if the “Teen Tan Ban” passes, a trip to the tanning salon will require parental permission for those 18 and under.
Know something we don't? Email us
at [email protected]