Sunbathing | The Naturist Page


I’m not certain if this happens to everybody, I’m going to tell you based on my personal experiences on how I feel is the best and more importantly the safest method of getting that all over tan without over doing it and ending up burnt. By the middle of summer you might not need sunblock and may never burn.

Early May was the first day of the season I began to work on my porky white skin from being cooped up indoors all winter and my skin could not see the sun. It’s very important early in the season to bring sunscreen at this stage because if your pale like I was, you’ll burn a lot faster. Depending on your skin type, you can be in the sun for 4-5 hours by applying sunscreen every 45min. (If your using SPF-45) You’ll know when it’s time to get out of the sun when you press lightly for a few seconds somewhere on your body; when you let go your finger, you should see white-ish contrasting to red. the bigger the difference, the more likely that it is time for you to get out of the sun and allow your skin to heal. Don’t tan this long the next day, in fact let your skin heal the rest of the day and the day after as well. Tan like this with break periods throughout spring and beginning of summer.

By the end of June and beginning of July, I finally had my base tan & did not require the use of sunscreen anymore. Throughout July and by the time August came, I came to the conclusion that I could not get any darker than I was and it became for me, IMPOSSIBLE to burn and get darker. My skin now had it’s natural defense against the sun’s rays.

Summer is now at it’s end and lately it’s been too cold to be outside clothes-free. I’m hoping that there will be a few more days in the future that I can go out in the sun before snow falls. Maybe Indian Summer will be warm enough for the last few days before Winter.

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17 thoughts on “Sunbathing | The Naturist Page

  1. Take Astaxanthin. It is a supplement from an algae (the thing that makes prawns pink then the flamingoes that eat the prawns etc.) Anyway take this as a supplement during the month before going out in the sun and while you are on your beach holiday. It is a very powerful antioxidant that will give your skin all the protection it needs from within your body.
    I also use coconut oil in the morning leaving it on for as long as possible before showering and again in the evening plus stay very well hydrated throughout the day. Bring an umbrella so you don’t sit in direct sunlight all day at the beach. I do this, use no toxic sunscreens, I do not burn and tan very deeply!

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  2. I’ve been meaning to write an article of my own about my tanning experience… which is opposite in seasons to yours of course with my tan coming on in August as yours is fading πŸ˜‰

    Stay tuned… same Nudey Channel (nudeyman.com) … different Nudey time πŸ˜‰

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  6. Naturism is not plain sailing in Queensland, Australia where the sun is quite strong you feel you are getting cooked rapidly in just a few minutes and in clothing that sensation is more pronounced. Having grown up in Britain where naturism is an excepted feature of life today. Queensland is totally opposite and any form of display in Public of nudity means jail. Yes its illegal to be a party to naturism, however its more acceptable if in company of the opposite sex especially a female companion as one can join a social group and feel as if one belongs.

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