ilysm_4321 answered Wednesday March 21 2007, 1:50 am: If your not burning then you should tan maybe every other day but if you getting a little or alot or red or pink then i would go maybe twice a week. I try to go every day but i wouldnt suggest that many unless you really want to get tan in a short amount of time which is my case. But just be careful only to increase by 2 minutes everytime if your not getting burnt or if you are then depending on how bad you get burnt then u need to decrease by 2 minutes for that time or stay the same until your body has gotten used to that long or strong of bed. [ ilysm_4321's advice column | Ask ilysm_4321 A Question ]
DearAbby92 answered Tuesday March 20 2007, 7:34 pm: I dont reccomend hollister babe's answer. It all depends on how fair your skin is. The darker you are, the smaller amount of time you should start with. And you wont see a difference the first few times, because the color has to set in. Start at 5 minium if your very fair skinned and just work your way up. Unless you need the color for a date in the near future, don't go every day of the week. Twice a week is more than sufficent. And once you get your desired color, you can skip a few weeks (in my case). Tanning is not to be taken lightly because it can lead to many skin diseases.
Teza answered Tuesday March 20 2007, 4:32 am: Try going about 4-5 times a week. If you go for about 15 minutes each time, wait a day or so after because you might burn. Always make sure you use lotion so it decreases your chances of burning. [ Teza's advice column | Ask Teza A Question ]
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