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Sunset Tan                                                          

Sunset Tan The first Vitamin Based Organic Tan on the Market.

Ireland and the UK are the largest users of fake tans in the world and with consumers turning to natural tanning solutions Our Sunset Tan is organic with added vitamins to hydrate and heal the skin

Research has found that vitamins C and E, as well as Vitamin A, can help protect the skin against sun damage and skin cancer. And they may actually reverse some of the discoloration and wrinkles associated with aging.

Our skin is naturally made up of Vitamins A, C & E and because of the daily attack on our skin these vitamins a depleted.

Vitamin A is renowned within the beauty industry mainly for its anti ageing properties. This vitamin has the unique ability to repair cell DNA allowing it to treat such conditions as acne, rosacea and dry skin.

Pigmentation is another prevalent condition we witness, this cause the skin to appear discoloured and dull. Vitamin C lightens and brightens the skin and also promotes collagen production. Vitamin E keeps our skin hydration and adds healing and protection to our skin.

As we (BeautyBoard.ie) looked at the evidence we decided to create a professional Tanning range with a difference. Sunset Tan is a tanning system uniquely formulated for skincare professionals and their clients. It treats the skin and offers long lasting natural colour.

 

You probably already know the three surest ways to ensure youthful skin: Protect your skin from the sun, don't smoke, and eat a healthy diet.

In addition, a variety of vitamins and antioxidants may also improve the health and quality of your skin. Here are a few of the most effective ones:

Research has found that vitamins C and E, as well as selenium, can help protect the skin against sun damage and skin cancer. And they may actually reverse some of the discoloration and wrinkles associated with aging. These antioxidants work by speeding up the skin's natural repair systems and by directly inhibiting further damage, says Karen E. Burke, MD, PhD, of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine's department of dermatology

 

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