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01 July 2008

Can I shave off my tan?

A lot of people think that when you shave, you actually shave off your tan. This is not true.

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Fortunately, tanning occurs in the deeper levels of your skin, where the pigment cells are located. When you shave, you only remove the top one or two layers of skin. The razor blade never touches the pigment cells. In fact, shaving can actually ‘polish’ your skin as it removes dead skin cells, revealing the healthy glow below.

 
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