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For those who experience paleness as a person with iron deficiency anemia, is it really unnecessary to get something like tanning lotion to get more color? I noticed how pale was in a picture with me and my boyfriend at our date night on our one year anniversary. Like as pale as a ghost or a vampire

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    • BumbleBees

      834d

      I just embrace it! I’m naturally pale as is , but I’ve come to just love my paleness. If you’re really wanting to put some color on It definitely won’t hurt to try some self tanner. Tanning beds and whatnot are super bad for your skin 🤗 Otherwise, there is nothing wrong with being pale ! :)

    • BumbleBees

      834d

      I just embrace it! I’m naturally pale as is , but I’ve come to just love my paleness. If you’re really wanting to put some color on It definitely won’t hurt to try some self tanner. Tanning beds and whatnot are super bad for your skin 🤗 Otherwise, there is nothing wrong with being pale ! :)

      • NEW

        834d

        @BumbleBees I mean I’m naturally white because my Scandinavian Anglo-Saxon gene but this color of white looks more like I’m a vampire or I’m just really really sick

        • BumbleBees

          834d

          @NEW yeah I know what you mean, I hear that a lot haha If you’re not/can’t take iron then yeah maybe some self tanning lotion would help! 😊

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