Bronzing lotion; the tanning alternative

Katie Hinderer | 19 April 2010
But now, with the knowledge of how harmful extensive exposure to the sun can be for our skin; and how completely detrimental it can be to fake-bake in a tanning bed, people are turning to alternative more healthy options.
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