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Tanning Bed Laws Ban Minors: New Free Bottle of Best Tanning Lotions Offer Safer Alternative

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Teen tanning is now illegal (using tanning beds at a salon) in several states causing many minors to look for safer, healthier alternatives. Choco-coat.com is now offering a free bottle of the popular self-tanning lotion, Idol Tan, as a safer option.

July 24, 2014

, United States – July 22nd, 2014 /PressCable/ — July 22, 2014 – Teens looking for darker skin could be in legal hot water this summer as new laws in several states prohibit minors from entering tanning salons due to health concerns. As a result, Choco-coat.com is now offering a free bottle of the popular self tanning lotion, Idol Tan, to provide a healthy and safe alternative to tanners of all ages, including minors, who still want a nice bronze color without the risk of skin cancer, addictions, and other health-related issues.
Click here for a review of Idol Tan self-tanning lotion
In recent weeks even more information has been released regarding the health risks connected with UV light and exposure. As a result, states like Minnesota and Pennsylvania, among many others, have enacted laws to prevent those under 18 from using tanning beds in a salon. But having a sexy, tan appearance has never been more popular. “That’s the whole reason we launched choco-coat.com. There are some great options for young women, safe options, to get a great looking tan without all the scary stuff,” said website owner Andy Lee.
“We’re hoping that by offering a free bottle of Idol Tan, it will entice women and men to try something different, something safer. Young girls can still look great for homecoming, prom, a cruise or even throughout the year with a good, self-tanning lotion and without the need to go to a salon,” said Lee.
Idol Tan Free Bottle Offer – Click Here
Choco-coat.com was launched earlier this year with the intent of reviewing, promoting and featuring a wide range of safe and healthy tanning products. The site also includes videos, tanning humor, safety tips and tricks and other helpful information about tanning products, accessories and lifestyles.
For more information, updates and news regarding tanning, go to http://choco-coat.com

Contact Info:
Name: Andy Lee
Email: info@choco-coat.com
Organization: Choco-coat.com
Website: http://choco-coat.com/

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