PINKY PINKY PINKY

Six years ago, prior to my beginning research with Tantra MTII, I would say that “my skin is so white it has a blue tinge to it”.  Today, for the first time this year, we got outside in shorts and the great GASP could be heard for miles as everyone started calling each other PINKY, except for me, of course.  I started my loading phase of Tantra MTII about three weeks ago, and because my skin is now so educated to…

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NO TAN LINES

Anyone wonder how I get and keep my perfect tan?  I use Tantra Health and Beauty MTII to get as dark as I want in about ten days with no burning or damage to the skin and I drink lots of clean water to keep hydrated. My color usually last about three months everytime I use Tantras' MTII and I have been using it for over five years. The color spreads and I am the same color all over….NO…

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Who has the biggest surf waves?

So I’m thinking about going out to the West Coast (USA) this summer and want to check out some of the local surf scene, however at the same time I’m hearing wonderful things about the Australian coast line… With the new year still not entirely in full swing I’ll have time to get this figured out – but was wondering what does our audience think? Hey all you well-tanned surf enthusiasts, what is the best location to catch some…

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Developing Skin Cancer

While UVA and UVB rays make up only a very small portion of the sun’s rays, they are the main cause of the damaging effects of the sun on the skin. Both UVA and UVB rays can damage skin and cause skin cancer. UVB rays are a more potent cause of some skin cancers, but based on what is known today, there are no safe UV rays, although their are positive results from the rays. UV rays damage the DNA…

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Vitamin D…Why and How

Scientists have now mapped the exact points where Vitamin D interacts with more than 200 genes, unlocking more of the mechanism by which natural levels of ‘The Sunshine Vitamin’ are related to overall health, according to a study published this week in the medical journal Genome Research. “Scientists have mapped the points at which vitamin D interacts with our DNA — and identified over two hundred genes that it directly influences,” medical news web site PhysOrg.com reported this week….

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