Yes, we know that tanning is bad for us. How could we not? The National Cancer Institute recently reported that in the past three decades, the rates of melanoma—the deadliest form of skin cancer—have tripled, and more than two million Americans develop skin cancer each year because of sun exposure. And tanning beds are even worse: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, people who use a tanning salon before age 35 increase their risk of melanoma by 75%. But I found a new, all-natural self tanning system that’s a safer way to get a sun-kissed glow.
Want a healthy suntan alternative? Enter to win your pick of True Natural self tanner or sunscreen, and get your natural tan on! Utilizing natural ingredients like peony extract, organic macadamia nut oil and a vegetable-derived DHA that ranks safely as a “1” on the Environmental Working Group’s Skin Deep Database, True Natural self tanners deliver a streak-free golden glow. Plus, these products are designed to be rubbed on, which makes them so much safer than inhalable sprays. Because who wants tan lungs?
There are two ways to True Natural self tan. Try gradually increasing your sun-kissed look with daily application of the two-in-one True Natural Self Tanner & Moisturizer, or get your glow on in under three hours with True Natural Self Tanner Anti-Aging Face & Body or the Tropical True Natural Self Tanner, which delivers a deeper hue. All products are vegan, and depend on essential oils—rather than synthetics—for scent. Gorgeous!
Want to try? Enter to win! FIVE Mommy Greenest winners will get their pick of True Natural self-tanner or sunscreen. Good luck!
This post was sponsored by True Natural and meets the standards I’ve established to endorse a brand as “Mommy Greenest Approved.” Click here for more about Editorial Standards.