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Pale4Prom: Indoor Tanning And A Hashtag
April 24, 2015
It’s prom season and we all know it’s the season where teens feel pressure (and sometimes giddy delight) to prepare to look entirely fabulous for the night. Full of pressure or full of glee, this is without a doubt the time of year when teens I see in clinic talk most about tanning. A 2014 […]
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