SafeTanning.org Launches Site To Promote Safe Tanning Practices
Sydney, Australia - February 24, 2010 - Safe Tanning announces the launch of its new website. www.SafeTanning.org is a resource designed to educate on safe ways to get tanned.
Government websites, concerned about the prevalence of sun induced skin damage, current message is that there is ’no such thing as a safe tan’. The launch of the www.SafeTanning.org website seeks to educate would be tanners about the risks of skin cancer and melanomas, but explains that all is not lost for that celeb style bronzed look.
The writers at Safe Tanning focus on a number of sunless tanning topics, including tanning lotion usage and tips, and the inherent dangers in prolonged tanning booth usage. Readers are also kept up-to-date with the top 10 best selling sunless tanning products available online, as well as the newest products to hit internet stores. In depth product reviews will be available, and products can be bought through the site, the profits helping to fund more educational material and content about the virtues of safe sunless tanning.
When asked if the launch of Safe Tanning would have a negative effect on existing tanning bed and UV device retailers, founder John Ayling explains; “Safe Tanning serves to educate, instruct and promote to readers the benefits of healthy tanning without any exposure to harmful UV rays. Our message is that tanning can be perfectly safe when done correctly, and if that means that more would be tanners follow our advice by using the vastly improved self tanners on the market today, we have achieved our aim”. The Safe Tanning site presents an up-to-date fashionable image, in recognition that readers want to be safe but look the best they can as well.
The new tanning website plans to provide further education for readers in the form of instructional videos, quizzes, special promotions and interviews.
Membership to Safe Tanning is encouraged with subscribed members being able to download a ’Sunless Tanning Guide’ booklet as a pdf for free.
Visit http://www.safetanning.org to see the new site.
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SafeTanning.org educates readers about safe tanning practices, and how to achieve fashionable tanned looks without giving up skin safety.
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