I personally find tan lines disgraceful. If there are times you cannot be entirely naked, you need to do your best to avoid tan lines, by either stay away from the sun, get tan through swimsuit or just get naked!
Tan lines are the result of getting under the same with some clothing on, like the lady on the left pictures. Of course, if you are never naked, you may not care at all. However, if you are a nudist, it will make you smile or cringe. In all cases, it’s better to try to avoid tan lines and the best way is to get suntanned entirely naked, using good sunscreen to protect your skin, particularly in those places that are not used to see the sun often, after a long winter with clothes on.
Having no tan lines is more beautiful, IMHO. It’s also showing your dedication to nudism/naturism. Many of us naturists pay attention to get tanned without wearing anything from the first days of the year. This way, we avoid all nasty tan lines and prepare our skin to get an overall tan. Although we need to protect our skin, from the Harvard Medical School, exposing it moderately to the sun has many health benefits. The mindbodygreen website provides 10 healing benefits of sun exposure, both physical and psychological. Not counting that with wet swimsuits your covered parts remain web longer and this can cause skin disorders. So in our case, the more skin the merrier: get your whole body exposed by getting naked. No wet swimsuits, total freedom and no tan lines. I still cannot find one positive benefit of getting tan lines, but just to conform to what society wants us to believe is good… Get naked, get tanned, forget tan lines and invite your friends to join!
Do you still have tan lines or not? What about having none? We would love to hear about your experience in the comment section below.
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