No, over here in the UK, it seems to make people look a stupid orange colour.
I think a tan we get from sunbathing is much more healthy looking than any fake tan products. I do not believe tanning beds are healthy in any way, even though so many people use those. Fake tan all year has a big thumbs down from me!
I'm kind of biased, because I'm a natural redhead and have, honest to goodness, never had a tan in almost 41 years. I think the fake tan stuff mostly makes people look like Oompa Loompas. I don't think it looks healthy at all.
I like to get out in the sun for about 30 minutes to an hour a day, using sunscreen. It makes me feel healthier!
I can't tan. I'll burn, sometimes to the point of sun poisoning, then I'm back to extra white a few days later!
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