Style & Beauty
From spray tan mishaps to self tanner woes, these will resonate with those who go the sunless route.
Twitter users roasted the claim, with one calling it a "big lie."
Religious sunblock use can’t undo years of childhood sun damage.
Style & Beauty
The Best Celebrity Engagement Rings Tan lines are all but inevitable in summer--and can even lend your look a carefree surfer
So what can you do when fun in the sun turns into a disaster? These six tips might not reverse the damage overnight, but they can ease some of the pain. Hey, I'll take it!
Post 50
I was careless with my skin as a teen and now I'm terrified of getting skin cancer like my father. Even though my fair, Irish skin would freckle and burn it didn't stop me from trying to achieve that golden glow featured in glossy magazine ads for Hawaiian Tropic and Bain de Soleil.
Healthy Living
It's about time!
If 50 percent of all cancers are preventable, we need to start hearing news about cancer declining, not increasing. Are we as a nation up to this challenge?
Queer Voices
It all boils down to indoor tanning.
"I felt like I was dunked in chocolate pudding."
New York
The fingernails on Jamuna Gurung's hardy hands are just the right length: Short enough to do work, long enough to be stylish.
Queer Voices
By Andrew M. Seaman (Reuters Health) - Gay and bisexual men are more likely than straight men to use indoor tanning, and
Who gets skin cancer at 19 years old?! The worst part about the situation was that it was my own fault. I can't say that I did anything to protect myself from Melanoma. In fact, I did the opposite. I was addicted to tanning.
Style & Beauty
Other actresses including Kerry Washington and Julianne Moore tout the use of SPF on a daily basis, with Washington pointing
In 2008, Sun Tan City, a chain of tanning salons based out of Elizabethtown, Ky., gave $3 million to the University of Louisville
As parents, it's our job, not only to apply sunblock to our babies, but to educate our teens and ourselves about sun safety.
Spring break is upon us and students are migrating south to a golden coast of sunshine and ocean. Sounds great! In reality, the beach you are flocking to, while beautiful and relaxing, is a warzone within the Self. A sandy battleground of emotional inner turmoil.