• Remember when we didn't know any better?

    Indoor tanning used to be like that. Now we know the risks. Talk to your kids about the dangers today.

  • Remember when we didn't know any better?

    Indoor tanning used to be like that. Now we know the risks. Talk to your kids about the dangers today.

  • Remember when we didn't know any better?

    Indoor tanning used to be like that. Now we know the risks. Talk to your kids about the dangers today.

Have the Talk

Just like smoking, drinking or safe sex, indoor tanning should be on your list of important topics to talk to your kids about. Indoor tanning is big business and young people are some of the best customers—lured by the perceived, short-term “benefits” and bolstered by youthful invincibility. Arm your kids with the facts and take a stand on indoor tanning to protect them from potentially deadly skin cancers.

Need A Hand?

Finding the perfect time to talk with your kids about important issues can be tough. You may find you need a little help getting the conversation started. If so, here are a few tools that will help you effectively discuss the dangers of indoor tanning.

Comebacks

Comebacks

Kids think they know everything, don’t they? Here are a few objections you’re likely to hear when talking about indoor tanning, and how to overcome them.

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Facts

If you’re suffering from information overload, don’t worry we’ve got you covered with this infographic poster detailing the key facts you’ll need to know.

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Proof

There’s nothing quite as powerful as hearing from someone who’s suffered the ill effects associated with indoor tanning first hand. Watch the story.

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Time is Ticking

Studies show that once children reach their teen years, parents' influence fades as peer influence becomes much stronger. Teens are notorious for ignoring their parents’ advice, and disregarding advice designed for their own safety. Talking to your kids early and often gives you the best chance of getting through to them, and encouraging them to avoid indoor tanning—for life.