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I was planning to make a few visits to a tanning booth before my wife and I's trip back to the Philippines next month and it occurred to me does Kathlene need to get some sun also?

I burn pretty easy, so it just makes since for me to get a little tan before heading from winter in Kentucky to the Philippines, but I wonder if Kathlene needs to build up some resistance as well since she has been in the states for over a year now.

I am also bringing sunscreen, I just know the sun is a lot stronger in the Philippines than here in Kentucky.

Any comments?


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I was planning to make a few visits to a tanning booth before my wife and I's trip back to the Philippines next month and it occurred to me does Kathlene need to get some sun also?

I burn pretty easy, so it just makes since for me to get a little tan before heading from winter in Kentucky to the Philippines, but I wonder if Kathlene needs to build up some resistance as well since she has been in the states for over a year now.

I am also bringing sunscreen, I just know the sun is a lot stronger in the Philippines than here in Kentucky.

Any comments?

no need for her in my opinion coz we filipinos tend to get dark easily if expose by the sun... at least most of us anyways... and tanning booth has some side effect based on what ive read anyways... we were in phil last month and 2 weeks later staying on the beach i get so dark pretty much and got burned lol... just buy 50+ spf if you can find one it helps a lot...


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I was planning to make a few visits to a tanning booth before my wife and I's trip back to the Philippines next month and it occurred to me does Kathlene need to get some sun also?

I burn pretty easy, so it just makes since for me to get a little tan before heading from winter in Kentucky to the Philippines, but I wonder if Kathlene needs to build up some resistance as well since she has been in the states for over a year now.

I am also bringing sunscreen, I just know the sun is a lot stronger in the Philippines than here in Kentucky.

Any comments?

Based on my experience with Filipina's, she rather be much lighter than her friends when she returns. Don't worry about the sun for her. Unfornutaely she'll brown up in no time :devil:

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Based on my experience with Filipina's, she rather be much lighter than her friends when she returns. Don't worry about the sun for her. Unfornutaely she'll brown up in no time :devil:

No doubt. The lighter skin the better for her.

For me I like to sport a tan.


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