Looking great should always be a balance
Looks can be a rather complex subject. In theory it’s just one part of life. Something that’s important, but which needs to be weighed against other aspects of one’s life or lifestyle. In practice it’s a bit more complex than that. A person’s appearance touches on almost every other part of life. It has to do with overall attractiveness, of course. It’s also tied in with self image, confidence, happiness and even success in life. Appearance in and of itself might not seem like the most important part of life. However, it really carries the weight of many other important parts of life as well.
An argument can be made that the only other thing as important as appearance is health. Just like appearance, health carries the results of other important things in life. There’s only one big problem. Sometimes it seems like one will be forced to choose between health and appearance. Tanning is one of the perfect examples of this issue. Tanning will make someone look great. But it’s usually associated with damage to one’s skin cells. There is another way to look at the issue though. It’s not really the tan that’s unhealthy, it’s the traditional tanning process. There is another way to get a tan than those traditional methods.
A tan without standard tanning
The healthy way to get a great tan is through the use of melanotan. Melanotan can be thought of as a way to instantly turn on the tanning response. Normally tanning only happens as a response to ongoing damage to skin. That’s why tanning tends to take a toll on skin health after a while. Melanotan basically puts the tanning process under someone’s active control. Someone simply needs to take melanotan and get minor exposure to the sun. This will be exposure that’s well within the amount of sun everyone should be getting every day. The tiny bit of sun will release a tiny bit of tanning pigment. But the melanotan will keep that process going even after someone’s gotten out of the sun. And it turns into a tan that’s not just attractive, but also healthy.