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The life-threatening dangers of sun exposure.

Monday, January 20th, 2014

Everyone loves a nice, sunny day, but not everyone realizes the dangers that come with exposure to deadly UV rays. When you take your family to the ocean so you can get that beautiful beach tan, you're subjecting your children - and your skin - to harmful radiation that can lead to some serious long-term consequences. So before you or your kids run out the door to soak up some sun (or even worse, step into a tanning booth), be sure to read up on your UV exposure facts.

UV Rays Are Horrible For Children

On average, children get 3 times more exposure than adults. And all it takes is one blistering sunburn to double a child's lifetime risk of developing skin cancer! You might think you only need to worry about their exposure to the sun on extremely hot days at the beach, but they can still get a sunburn on cloudy days, and concrete, sand, water, and snow reflect 85% to 90% of the sun's UV rays!

Sunlight Causes Eye Damage - Even If You're Not Staring At The Sun.

Most people think that the sun can only hurt your eyes if you stare directly at it, but photokeratitis, a sunburn of the cornea, can be caused by any intense UV exposure. Just a few of the side effects of photokeratitis are pain, swollen eyelids, and hazy or decreased vision that may never improve if left untreated. Cataracts can also be caused by UV exposure, leading to decreased vision and possible blindness.

Too Much UV Exposure Can Lead To Melanoma

Melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, is increasing at rates faster than any other cancer. The majority of melanomas are considered to be preventable; countless cases could have been avoided if people reduced and limited their UV exposure from natural sunlight and artificial sources.

Tanning Has Helped Skin Cancer Become The Most Common Cancer.

Due to the current tanning craze, skin cancer has become the most common cancer in the US, with more than 1.2 million new cases of skin cancer being diagnosed each year. Skin cancer is also the #2 killer of women! One person dies from skin cancer every 57 minutes, and an astounding 90% of all skin cancers can be attributed to sun exposure and exposure to tanning beds.

Beauty Now Will Lead To Wrinkles Later.

You'll love the tan that the sun or your tanning bed gave you for a few weeks, but years from now, you're sure to regret it. Ninety percent of facial wrinkles are the result of UV exposure, and that's not all you have to worry about - your time at the beach or the salon can also result in brown age spots, sagging, and loose skin, as the UV rays break down the collagen and elastin fibers in your skin.

What the media is saying:

  • "Studies have found a 75% increase in the risk of melanoma in those who have been exposed to UV radiation from indoor tanning."

    - American Academy of Dermatology

  • "Sunless tanning products, also called self-tanners, can give your skin a tanned look without exposing it to harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays."

    - Mayo Clinic

  • "Sunless tanners are safer and faster and can achieve results that are just as beautiful as the real deal."

    - WebMD

  • "If you’re dead set on being tanner, reach for the sunless tanning bottle" -Dr. Melanie Palm MD, MBA

    - Skin Cancer Foundation

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Why Organic Sunless Tanners are Superior.

Monday, January 13th, 2014

You love the sun-kissed tan that a day at the beach or a few quick minutes inside of a tanning booth can give you, but are you sure it's worth the serious, long-term consequences that come with exposure to UV radiation? Before you start saying "it's a small price to pay to look beautiful," just check out these UV exposure facts and see just how much tanning can cost you and your skin:

Serious Eye Damage

Most people think that the sun can only hurt your eyes if you stare directly at it, but photokeratitis, a sunburn of the cornea, can be caused by any intense UV exposure, whether its natural or coming from a tanning booth. Photokeratitis can result in eye pain, swollen eyelids, and hazy or decreased vision that may never improve if left untreated. Cataracts can also be caused by UV exposure, leading to decreased vision and possible blindness.

Melanoma And Other Skin Cancers.

Your obsession with tanning can actually kill you - in fact, skin cancer is the #2 killer of women! Melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, is increasing at rates faster than any other cancer, and the majority of melanomas are considered to be preventable. Countless cases could have been avoided if people reduced and limited their UV exposure from natural sunlight and artificial sources. Due to the current tanning craze, skin cancer has become the most common cancer in the US, with more than 1.2 million new cases of skin cancer being diagnosed each year. One person dies from skin cancer every 57 minutes, and an astounding 90% of all skin cancers can be attributed to sun exposure and exposure to tanning beds.

Pre-Mature Aging

You'll love the tan that the sun or your tanning bed gave you for a few weeks, but years from now, you're sure to regret it. Ninety percent of facial wrinkles are the result of UV exposure, and that's not all you have to worry about - your time at the beach or the salon can also result in brown age spots, sagging, and loose skin, as the UV rays break down the collagen and elastin fibers in your skin.

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Believe it or not, a lot of your favorite celebrities are fully aware of those tanning dangers, so they're turning to self-tanning lotion to get that "back from the beach" tan you're so envious of! Sunless tanners are a convenient and safe alternative to UV radiation exposure, and you'd be surprised how attractive and realistic of a tan they can give you. However, the skin is one of the body's most important organs, and if you want it to stay healthy, you can't just slather products full of toxic chemicals on it day after day. There are plenty of effective self-tanners on the market, but if you want to protect your skin, you should always opt for an organic product. Check out what non-organic tanners subject your skin to:

Parabens

Regular sunless tanners often result in eczema and embarrassing breakouts, as they are filled with dangerous parabens. Parabens are a family of preservatives which can affect the endocrine system that produces the body’s hormones, and studies have actually shown that some parabens can mimic estrogen in the body.

Dangerous Ingredients

Non-organic sunless tanners are also filled with PEG, silicones and other synthetic or petroleum-based ingredients.

Allergy-Inducing Fragrances.

In an attempt to mask the foul smell of unnatural ingredients like synthetic DHA, non-organic tanners often include chemical fragrances. However, an estimated 5.72 million Americans have skin allergies to fragrance, and around 72 percent of those suffering from asthma claim that their condition can be triggered by synthetic fragrance.