Stacy Keibler: Sun Yourself

Stacy Keibler is an American actress, model and ex professional wrestler. She has become even more famous as the girlfriend of George Cloney. In a recent article at cafemom.com, she is revealing her simple beauty secrets which seem to work quite well. One of the secrets is: Sun Yourself. This is Stacy Keibler's advice about tanning:

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“UV-Doping” – A New Scandal Targets Russian Use of UV-Exposure

A New Doping Scandal Targets Russian Use of “UV-Doping”. A shocking report published today reveals the details of another allegation of an official doping program in Russia. The report, made by the research institute “Independent Doping Inhibition Organization Technologies” (IDIOT), uncover a common and semi-official use of UV-exposure with the purpose of increasing the overall

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Vitamin D deficiency?

Vitamin D deficiency – how fast? [gplus count=”true” size=”Medium” ] Been on a sunny vacation? Got a nice tan? Think you are above the level for Vitamin D deficiency? Yes, maybe you are, IF you tanned like described in my previous post “Do you know how to tan?”. Unfortunately most people still adhere to the

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Your Question About Tanning

Your question about tanning – and how to get the best answer Have a question about tanning? In that case I will personally answer any question you might have about how to tan correctly. You can put your question about tanning to me either as a public comment to any post or in a private

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Consumer Association in France Calling For Ban Of Sunbeds

Will France be the next country after Brazil and Australia to ban sunbeds? The campaign against use of sunbeds is intensifying and entering Europe. After the horrendous miscarriage of justice with a ban of indoor tanning in Australia (see this article) France seems to be the chosen country to spearhead the banning of sunbeds in Europe. The French “The Local”

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Meet The Tanners – New Reality Show? Or …

Is the “Meet The Tanners” reality show really for real? Or is it just a promotion for #TVGONERWRONG from New York's PBS station and WNET? Watch below and find out. For a true tanning expert, the fake-tanned bodies in the Meet The Tanners video gave it away immediately.

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UV Tanning Tips

10 UV Tanning tips for your next visit to a tanning salon. A while ago I was asked to write an article about UV tanning tips for the new Directory of Tanning Salons in USA. They liked the article and asked me to publish it also in EZineArticles.com. That is why I can also re-publish it here

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Tanned women live longer (as long as you sunbathe sensibly), say scientists By Sophie Borland Last updated at 1:51 AM on 4th December 2010 Women who regularly sunbathe live longer, a leading cancer specialist has claimed. Hakan Olsson says his research shows the health benefits of exposure to sunlight ‘far outweigh’ the danger of skin cancer.

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Secrets of tanning lotions revealed

Anybody else who wants to know the secrets of tanning lotions? Of course you already  know that you will get a better color when tanning in a solarium (and also outdoors) if you use a lotion than if you are tanning without. But do you really know what you are putting on your skin and

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Tanning Blogs

Tanning blogs – how to find the best. [UPDATED] I don't know how I managed to miss one of the absolute best blogs about tanning. Anyhow here is an update to the post about tanning blogs which now includes SunIsLife.com. The author of SunIsLife.com is Joe Shuster, one of the real veterans and educators within the

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Is Sunlight The Best Medicine?

Given the recent results from Vitamin D research, could it be so that sunlight is the best medicine there is? What if a “WONDER-DRUG” existed, that would: ! Reduce the risk of getting more than 60 different kinds of diseases among them: Most kind of cancers (inclusive skin-cancers) Heart Disease Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Type 1 Diabetes

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