FAKE tan may keep us all bronzed during the long winter months, but it's a total nightmare to get out of stained whites. Taking to Facebook group Hinch Army Cleaning Tips, one mum showed pictures of her daughters' fake tan stained school shirts - which have turned a shade of orange around the collars and in the armpits. She said: "If you have teenage daughters who, like mine, aspire to be orange your whites may have suffered the same fate. Sound familiar? She recommends soaking your whites in Astonish's stain remover for 10 minutes, before sticking them in the wash at 50 degrees. For good measure, she adds a cupful of Aldi's baby care sterilising fluid - which kills off
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The Ugly Truth About Indoor Tanning
Many people believe that using a tanning bed, booth, or sunlamp to get a tan is safer than tanning outside in the sun. But the truth is that just like sun tanning, indoor tanning also exposes skin to ultraviolet UV rays , the cause of most skin cancer. UV rays, whether they come from indoor tanning or the sun, can also cause wrinkles, rashes, and dark spots.
These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'tan. Send us feedback. Middle English tannen , from Anglo-French tanner , from Medieval Latin tannare , from tanum, tannum tanbark. French, tanbark, from Old French, from Medieval Latin tanum. See more words from the same century.