This IS the correct answer.

This IS the correct answer.

Doing my research this morning…this was the best answer they could come up with at the time. Here is another one. Sun tan lotion DOES NOT prevent you from getting burned unless it has a high SPF and you use it regularly and avoid prolonged exposure to UV rays. Lotion does moisturize your skin and moist skin absorbs light where dry skin reflects light. Many tanning oils also have SPF to protect from limited amounts of UV rays, however, oil is not the moisturizer that lotion is for the skin. Oil has micro reflectors that creates more effects from the UV rays. and contrary to popular belief, it
IT IS SCIENTIFICALLY IMPOSSIBLE for a sunburn to TURN into a tan. Once that skin is damaged, it’s coming off and perhaps what is remaining underneath is tanned….but that burned skin will not turn into a tan.
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What is the difference between sun tan lotion and tanning lotion?

This IS NOT the correct answer….

Sun tan lotion prevents you from getting burnt. But if you use tanning oil you have a tremendously high rate for getting sun burnt because its not meant to prevent it.

2 thoughts on “This IS the correct answer.

  • admin
    May 3, 2013 at 7:30 am


  • UV Rays and Skin Damage
    January 27, 2014 at 6:22 pm

    […] of avoiding the sun is via sunless tanning. This is achieved with some lotions and spray tans, but the results can be less than desirable and short term providing  no protection from UV rays. New to the scene is a synthetic hormone, […]

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