I've added a syndication for movie producer, presidential candidate and anti-draft activist Aaron Russo.
Thymidine dinucleotide is a fragment of DNA - made from just two nucleotides. When rubbed into the skin, these snippets mimic chromosome damage from ultraviolet radiation, inducing cells to repair themselves. In other words, you get a tan. Skin lesions take much longer to develop.Karrie Higgins is a writer and photographer based in Portland, Oregon. Her blog, lm_antifreeze, is syndicated from littlemotors.org.
Imagine slathering yourself in the nucleotides of a lost lover, watching the tan develop, allowing someone to damage you so subtly, so close to the surface. Just so you can be safe from something worse.