by Daniel Laberge
Human grooming

Skin and sun exposure

There is an appalling  attitude emanating from  the  scientific community  exhorting humans to stay  away from direct sunlight.

Dermatology is wrong about

It is important to make the distinction between healthy sun exposure and sunburn.

Grooming eliminates the possibility of developing skin cancer.

Dermatologists fail to guide humans on how to take the sun rationally.

Your skin needs the sunlight

Vitamin D

The sun is fun

Differentiating tan and sunburn

Healthy sun exposure does exist

An insult to God

Melanin; the natural sun screen

Sunburn can and should be avoided

Bad examples

Distinguishing tan and sunburn

Rational sun exposure

Animals sunbathing

How to tan safely

Taking the sun vs taking shade

Seasonal tanning

Being active under the sun

Clothes and sun cream

Sunscreens deresponsibilize you

The end of skin cancer?

Skin cancer develops inside fold crossings.
Grooming them solves the problem.

Skin cancer

The theory

•Spots on your head, shoulders, back and  arms that are exposed to the sun can become  cancerous.

•These appear as moles or colored spots on  the skin and grow with time.

The facts

•Just press your nail on any of these spots and you will feel them cave in under the pressure.

•They can be removed through grooming.

•Had you groomed earlier, they never would have appeared.

A melanoma is a fold crossing

Groomed skin could not develop skin cancer

Ungroomed sunburned skin

Evolutionary obligation