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A Summer Vacation is Temporary, but the Damage to Your Skin Is Permanent; With the Busiest Vacation Weeks Upon Us, Tan Physics Would Like to Share Our Sun Safety Tips

August 16, 2013

As millions flock to the beach this week trying to squeeze in a final summer vacation and some fun in the sun, we are here to remind you that a tan from the sun poses some very real risks that need to be taken seriously.

Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 16, 2013

As millions of Americans depart for their summer vacations, the Team at Tan Physics would like to remind everyone about the effects of over exposure to the sun. You can have just as much fun on your summer trip this year without baking in the sun.

Here are some quick tips on how to stay safe in the sun:

Wear sunblock with an SPF factor of 50+ and apply that sunblock every few hours.

If possible, try to stay out of the sun between the hours of 11am-2pm when the suns rays are their strongest.

Always where a hat to protect your face and sunglasses to protect your eyes.

Remember, a self tanner or sunless tanner is the best way to achieve a healthy glow.

Our team at Tan Physics sunless tanner has produced an info graph related to the facts and risks associated with sun exposure.

We hope you enjoy it.

Have fun, be safe.

Tan Physics

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