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7 - 611 Wonderland Rd,
London, ON N6H4V6
1021 Wonderland Road South,
London, ON N6K3V1
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Tanning Safety Tips
Many people think that indoor tanning is a safe way to get tan without unpleasant consequences. In order to understanding the tanning process, one needs to understand how it happens. It occurs on the outer stratum of the skin called epidermis. Ultraviolet B rays excite specific cells melanocytes to generate a pigment known as melanin that moves through the epidermis and is absorbed by neighboring skin cells though. Then ultraviolet A rays oxidizes the melanin which darkens the skin but this procedure takes time and several tanning sessions are required. Indoor tanning devices are generally safer then direct sunlight since they control the amount of ultraviolet rays you are exposed to.
Many dangers can take place by over exposure to UV light which include:
To avoid the possibility of those dangers occurrence people must be advised how to obtain a safe tan. To ensure it, people should:
Experts suggest no more than 50 sessions a year on the tanning beds. Some people are trying to convince themselves that their skins type allows them to stay longer and get a tan quicker. This is a big mistake. If any abnormal skins reactions arise stop exposure immediately and consult a dermatologist. It is recommended to have no less than 48 hours break between sessions.
Here are some guidelines for people that use indoor tanning:
Indoor tanning provides some advantages for the people who choose it. They include:
Positive effects of indoor tanning:
Indoor tanning is not recommended for pregnant women, people under the age of 16, people with a labile health condition and people with family history of skin cancer.
Check with the personal physician possible side effects associated with tanning.
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