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Skin

ISO 3166-3 code for Sikkim, which acceded to India in 1975. ISO 3166-3 codes are used to indicate names of countries that are no longer used.
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Back then she had just one aim as she lay in the searing summer sunshine - to have beautiful bronzed skin that would fill others with envy.
Children with a syndrome resulting from a mutation of the gene that encodes for melanophilin have silvery hair and bronzed skin after sun exposure, but do not exhibit immunologic or neurologic complications.
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The cooling, soothing lotion has a hint of shimmer to help add a slither of glitter to bronzed skin.
Do you find the need for a bronzed skin as addictive as alcohol?
THE need for a suntan is so overwhelming for some Britons than even a scare over skin cancer isn't enough to put them off wanting bronzed skin, a recent survey has found.
In the picture the 32-year-old can be seen sporting a mint green bikini which perfectly shows off her bronzed skin, with her hair neatly tied back in a bun.
Providing you with healthy, bronzed skin, the treatment has a unique and pleasant smell of almond, which neutralizes the scent of any self-tan.
ORANGE lips look great in late summer, either as a colour clash with bright outfits or to complement bronzed skin.
We love their Gelly Hi-Shine Polish in Kiwi, PS3.99, from Superdrug, it's a quirky colour and will compliment bronzed skin. compliment bronzed skin.