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Get some quality bronzer so you don't have to tan as much. I probably only go every month or so for 12 minutes. No redness, no sunburn feeling. This shit works so make sure you are thorough when applying so it doesn't streak. Drinking loads of carrot juice give you a glow as well. I drink around 12 ounces a day and have a subtle glow from it and better skin with vitamin a
WoodisGood wrote: Get some quality bronzer so you don't have to tan as much. I probably only go every month or so for 12 minutes. No redness, no sunburn feeling. This shit works so make sure you are thorough when applying so it doesn't streak. Drinking loads of carrot juice give you a glow as well. I drink around 12 ounces a day and have a subtle glow from it and better skin with vitamin a
Sandshark wrote: I'm not a dermatologist, but I have a feeling people exaggerate the negative effects of the sun / tanning.
People forget that up until 100 years ago, there were no electric lights and candles were expensive. So for thousands / millions of years, people were outside hunting, farming, gathering berries, riding horses, talking to friends, washing clothes in the river, etc. from sun-up until sun-down every day. No sunscreen either.
That's what we're adapted to. Not this whole live indoors, work indoors, drive to work in a box, workout in a gym, etc. lifestyle where you're rarely in the sun and when you are you're either wearing long sleeves and long pants, or sunscreen.
And all of a sudden people are like "Oh no, 20 minutes in the sun without sunscreen! OMG you'll get cancer or look 30 years older!"
I'm not worried about natural sunlight. But in Finland there's really only 3 months out of the year when the sun is high enough to get a natural tan. It's the tanning parlors that concern me since the booths create the wrong kind of UV-rays (I forget if it was UV-A or UV-B, but basically the more harmful one).
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UVA rays are longer than UVB ones, thus penetrate deeper and stimulate melanin product As they penetrate deeper into the dermis, theres less damage to the skin.
UVB rays are much shorter, and the the primary cause on sunburn, aka damage to the skin cells, and don't travel deep enough to stimuylate melanin.
UVB rays only affect the epidermis (top layers) which is where skin cancers generally form, though they can form in the dermis.
Whereas there IS much less damage from UVA rays, it can still cause skin cancer, however aging comes from damage skin, which is mostly caused by UVB rays.
Tanning salons use UVA rays.
Both UVA and UVB rays can cause sunburn aka skin damage which causes cancer and aging, but more so from the latter.
Tanning salons actually cause less skin damage, not just because the much higher concentration of UVA rays, but because a good one won't let burn and track how long you've been in them. If you look a little red the next time you go to the salon, they won't let you stay in any longer until you've stopped getting a little red.
Websites (particulary organisations) won't give a comparison on which is worse due to them being primarily focused on objective results, not applications.
Have you considered that maybe you're just using too high of a dose of melanotan?
The nausea and stomach issues arise from dosing too high typically or not introducing it to your system in a tapered manner. It doesn't take nearly as high of a dose as some outdated protocols would indicate you need to get a good tan (so I've heard from reputable friends).
I will be trying melanotan ii myself soon for the first time and I'm planning on only starting with 50mcg per day. As opposed to the ridiculous starting doses pushed on some bbing forums saying to start out at 500mcg per day or ridiculous amounts.
I've used a total of 40mg so far (over 2 months), much more tanned but still white af.
however tanning booths have been banned where I'm from so I have to find time to get sun.
started at .25mg/day
It's where you start from tbh. If you're type 2, borderling type 1 (like myself), you'll need about 40+mg.
Great stuff brothers! You convinced me to start tanning, and I can definitely try Mt-2 with a lower dose. I used to use 500mcg per day and became a negro in weeks plus freckles all over. It was ridiculous. I definitely don't need that big of a dose.
25 y/o virgin before GLL
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