Does Butter Help You Tan?

Answer

No, butter can not help you tan. Butter does not have any SPF in the ingredients. Without this very important content, skin will burn very easily. Without proper sun screen or tanning lotion UVA and UVB rays will have no barrier to keep them from entering into your skin. UVB rays are the rays that cause us to sunburn. Then you have the UVB rays that cause long term damage to the skin. UVB rays have been known to cause aging pigmentation in the skin.
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