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  • www.baked.sg - Singapore's Largest Self Tan Boutique



    Looking for a flawless, sun-kissed tan? We've got the safest solution.

    Visit www.baked.sg for Singapore's largest range of self-tan and sun care products.




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    Last edited by baked; 15-12-2012, 12:05 PM.

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      Visit our facebook page at www.facebook.com/baked.asia

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        What are self-tanning products?

        Self-tanning products can give your skin a natural tanned look without exposing it to harmful ultraviolet rays. The active ingredient in most self-tanning products is dihydroxyacetone (DHA), a kind of sugar. When applied to the skin, DHA reacts with the dead skin cells on the outermost layer of the skin (Strateum Corneum) to temporarily darken the skin. The colouring typically fades gradually as the dead skin cells naturally wear off.


        Why not just tan under the sun?

        Sun exposure is harmful due to the ultraviolet A and ultraviolet B rays contained in the light spectrum emitted by the sun. Skin damage from sunlight builds up with continued exposure, whether sunburn occurs or not.

        Sunburn is associated with shorter ultraviolet wavelengths, known as ultraviolet B (UVB). The longer wavelengths, known as ultraviolet A (UVA), however, can penetrate the skin and damage connective tissue at deeper levels, even if the skin surface feels cool. It is important to limit exposure to both UVA and UVB.

        Prolonged exposure to the sun may cause sunburns, wrinkles, skin pigmentation changes, aging skin and even skin cancer.

        Many dermatologists recommend staying in the shade and applying high SPF factor sunscreens when outdoors in order to avoid long-term skin damage and the risks of life-threatening diseases.


        Is self-tanning safe?

        Self-tanning products can give your skin a natural tanned look without exposing it to harmful ultraviolet rays. Except for rare occasions of skin irritation and skin allergies, self-tanning products are considered safe.

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          Happy New Year everyone!

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            Urban (The Straits Times) 30 Aug '13
            the bag page: Lisa Hilton



            Get Lisa Hilton’s favourite self-tanner here: St. Tropez Self Tan Bronzing Mousse (120ml)

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