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They tell us not to spend too much time in the sun or we’ll risk getting skin cancer, but they also tell us we’re not getting enough UV exposure and are growing increasingly Vitamin D deficient. Finding a happy medium when it comes to UV exposure can be a tough gig, so we’ve consulted the experts to find out precisely how much time we should be spending in the sun this summer.
We all know that too long spent unprotected in the sun can cause significant skin damage and increase our risk of skin cancer. So what exactly are the benefits of spending time in the sun?
Our body absorbs Vitamin D via UVB rays, and Vitamin D is essential for bone development and maintaining musculoskeletal health. While we can obtain Vitamin D from dietary sources, these sources only contribute between 5 and 10% of our recommended Vitamin D requirements.
According to the National Cancer Council, Australians will absorb adequate Vitamin D during typical day to day outdoor activities- just a few minutes of UV exposure to the hands or arms on most days is enough! It’s also recommended that Australians use a combination of sun protection such as sunscreen, a hat and sunglasses if they’re going to be outdoors for more than a few minutes during summer, as Australia’s UV index is over 3 during these months.
In the cooler months, it’s recommended that Australians spend some time outdoors in the middle of the day without protection, when the UV Index is at its highest. A walk at lunchtime, or some time spent outdoors, are perfect examples of safe winter activities!
As travellers and sun lovers, we know the unbeatable look and feeling of a great sun tan. We also know the importance of taking a balanced approach to UV exposure to maximise benefit and minimise risk, which is why we created Melanoboost®.
Melanoboost’s revolutionary peptide technology is designed to boost the body’s natural melanin production prior to UV exposure to optimise tanning results. When melanin levels are boosted, only minimal UV exposure is required to tan effectively.
Minimum sun - Maximum tan!
The first thing you will notice when looking at the Melanoboost product range is the four vibrant coloured bottles of YELLOW, CORAL, BLUE and GREEN.
Before we talk about the differences between Melanoboost’s four products, it’s important to understand what is the same. BIOMIMETIC PEPTIDES are the fundamental element that powers the entire Melanoboost product range beyond the capabilities of any other sun tan lotion, oil or cream.
NOW let’s take a look at the differences between the four Melanoboost products...
Australia’s one and only peptide powered tanning brand loves to drop a tanning bombshell just in time for summer! And this year is no exception…
To kick of this summer 2019, we are so excited to launch our latest Tri-Phase Tanning triumph - Melanoboost Peptide Sun Tanning Lotion + Bronzing.
We've already introduced you to Melanoboost Peptide Sun Tanning Oil + Bronzing (coral bottle) and Melanoboost Peptide Sun Tanning Lotion (blue bottle) and we know they are firm favourites, so we decided to combine these two best sellers to create a NEW TANNING GAME CHANGER.
Since Melanoboost Peptide Sun Tanning Oil was introduced to tan lovers across Australia and around the globe, the technology has completely changed the way people tan.
Peptides are often used in high end skin care lines to help reinforce naturally occurring proteins in our skin to repair, rejuvenate and maintain it. We have applied those same principles to our Peptide Sun Tanning Oils to help reinforce the natural tanning process by boosting melanin levels.