EDIT: Yellowing explanation - Okay my Narin from the day I received him has spent many hours outside in the bright Sonoran Desert sun...eek. I had no idea about resin care. Anyway, this was his life, for months, shirtless, outside and loving life. I actually never noticed his yellowing until one day I read a thread about it. So I looked at him and noticed he had yellowed! Oops, my fault. Sage (the Narae I had) hadn't nearly yellowed as much, but most of the time she was out side she wore a long skirt and long shirt, the poor Narin just wore a loin cloth. Anywho, I know that if I had coated him with the UV MSC and took him inside after a photoshoot (something I rarely ever did) he wouldn't be nearly as "tanned." Poor guy will be so sunburned he'll end up looking like a lobster! Since I've been staying at my mom's house, I might as well take advantage of having both a Narin and Limho together. I thought it would be helpful for some people out there. You can also see how much the Narin has yellowed. Narin on the right, Limho on the left.