August 18, 2011
It's only human to exhibit addictive tendencies. Whether we can't get enough exercise, Facebook (or worse - cigarettes and alcohol), most of us can point to at least one compulsive weakness - we just hope it's not tanning.
Not that any ladies out there need reminding that excessive tanning is terrible for your skin, but a new study by researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center found that the brainwave activity of those who used tanning beds matched those of other addicts while indulging their vices. This spells trouble for anyone who's resorted to bright UV lights in an effort to curb their smoking habit.
To keep your skin healthy and youthful, it's far better to receive a moderate amount of natural sunlight while wearing an appropriate amount of sunscreen with an SPF factor of 30 or higher. Better yet, skip the sun's rays altogether and opt for a safe self-tanning product instead.
Bliss A Tan For All Seasons is infused with antioxidants to give you a natural-looking tan that fights free radical damage all at the same time. Block environmental stresses - don't invite them with open arms!