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Guys, Tanning Mom Is Off The Sauce, Erm, Oil! Well, Kinda.

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A lighter shade of tan.

Tanning Mom Patricia Krentcil accepted and completed a challenge from In Touch Weekly to stop tanning for a month. Let’s all say it together now: She looks SO MUCH BETTER! Krentcil admits that in the past month she has been using Jergens tanning lotion (“I’m not going to go dry”), but says she has stayed out of both man-made and natural rays. Here are more goodies from Krentcil’s interview with In Touch:

1.) She’s been banned from the salon where she used to tan four or five days a week. Krentcil says, “The whole world tans, so why are they picking on me?” Um, the whole world tans? In a salon? Ha! And every dude on the planet is a gay Iranian.

2.) “It’s definitely been hard” for Krentcil to stay away from the salon, and she admits she might be addicted to tanning. She says, “I did all the spray tans and lotions and creams, too – anything to get dark.” Did she say anything to look like bark? No, I’m sorry. Dark. She said dark. Not orange. Or burnt sienna. Just dark.

3.) Krentcil notes that “Everyone says I look so much better less tan.” Now that’s true. Everyone does say that – I said it just a few sentences ago! And I’m a gay Iranian! Alright, I’m not. But I do agree that Krentcil has done a great thing by getting herself out of the sun for a while. Check out the full In Touch spread at Jezebel to see how stunning Krentcil looked when she was a 20-something model! Yowza!

Good on ya, Ms. Krentcil. Keep up the good work!

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