I fake tan my 4-month-old baby because I think he’s too pale but people tell me I’m selfish
- Kylen Suttner, 21, uses fake tan on her newborn
- The mum wants the baby to look sun kissed
A mum has sparked fury after revealing the ‘selfish’ and ‘dangerous’ step she added to her newborn’s skincare routine.
Kylen, 21, recently admitted that she uses fake tan on her four-month-old baby to keep his skin looking sun kissed and rosy.
The new mum caused thousands over the world to shame her for her ‘disgusting’ choices and potentially ruin her child’s skin with the chemicals used in tanning mists.
Many attacked her for being ‘careless’ with some even pointing out that the fake tan makes the child look jaundiced.
Kylen, 21, recently admitted that she uses fake tan on her four-month-old baby to keep his skin looking sun kissed and rosy
A mum has sparked fury after revealing the ‘selfish’ and ‘dangerous’ step she added to her newborn’s skincare routine
The mum posted a video explaining why she uses fake tan on her baby.
‘When everyone is telling me to stop self-tanning my baby but the Loving Tan employees have families to feed,’ she captioned the clip.
The video showed Kylen and her baby looking olive-skinned and happy.
She also admitted that ‘Loving Tan’ was their ‘favourite’ brand.
But many believe the mum is joking because people often point out that her baby is quite ‘orange’ and jaundiced.
Many were outraged at Kylen’s ‘ridiculous’ parenting techniques.
‘So, the baby will grow up thinking he isn’t good enough naturally, especially to the one person who should love him unconditionally,’ a furious woman wrote.
‘Gosh, those chemicals can hurt a little one’s skin,’ another said. ‘Their skin is so sensitive when they’re babies.’
‘Disgusting!’ a third exclaimed. ‘So horrible.’
But others hopped on the bandwagon and praised her looking out for the child’s appearance.
‘You have to keep the tan up, it’s a lifestyle!’ one woman wrote.
Another said, ‘This would be me if I had a kid.’
‘I fake tan my baby, too, and some people just don’t get it,’ a mum revealed.
‘I love this, I wish I had his skin colour,’ a woman wrote.
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