A woman who is obsessed with sun beds has hit back at criticism that she’s too tanned, insisting she doesn’t care what people say.
A self-described sun bed addict has hit back at criticism that she’s too tanned, insisting she doesn’t care what people say.
Eden King took to her TikTok page to share a video which listed some of the common remarks she receives on her clips, including “Sunbeds are so bad for you” and “you’re too tanned”.
Others insisted she’s going to prematurely age her skin through her sun-bed habit, and that she “doesn’t even know what’s in” the nasal sprays that she uses to accelerate her tan, The Sun reports.
Responding to the backlash, she lip synched along to 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj’s trollzsinging: “Nah hold up, I still don’t give af**k”.
“For real let me beee,” she captioned the clip.
In response to another follower asking how many times a week she has a sun bed, Eden replied that it’s about “(half) now”.
“Two sun beds a week, 12 mins or 16 mins.
“If I’m doing more than 2 a week I’ll do 12 mins max.”
And in another video, she detailed her extensive sun bed routine.
As well as a tingle cream, she uses 2Btanned’s nasal sprays – “two sprays up each nostril”.
“I’m literally so pale naturally as well,” she said. “Honestly, my natural color is so pale – and they nasals have worked properly.”
She also said she regularly moisturises to keep her skin hydrated, as well as drinking tonnes of water.
Despite Eden sharing her video in response to criticism from online trolls, it still attracted cruel comments.
“Oh dear you have over cooked yourself,” someone wrote.
“That looks like fake tan – I know what a sun bed tan looks like,” another person added.
To which Eden replied: “Hate to break it to you but there’s absolutely no fake tan on me.”
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission