Tanning Beds 03…

Tanning Beds 03/19/2012

Do you know the difference between UVA and UVB? Lets look at the difference between the two ultraviolet rays. UVA rays are long rays that penetrate deep into the skin. UVB rays are short, powerful  rays that affect the outer layers of the skin. UVB causes sunburn and produces melanin, which gives people a tan. Producing melanin is what gives you skin a darker color. You should always avoid being burnt by the sun or by any tanning bed. You should avoid overexposure to UVA and UVB. Even though tanning in a bed is done in a controlled environment in comparison to tanning in the sun, overexposure may lead to sunburn, cancer,and premature aging. You should use sun screen lotions when you are out in the sun light. When using a tanning bed, you should always wear protective goggles. The goggles protect your eyes from UV light that may cause irreversible damages. Most tanning salons will provide protective goggles and will require you to wear them while using their tanning bed. Some people believe that UV lights does have some benefits. Not only do they help your skin produce melanin but they also help your body produce Vitamin D. Some people say that tanning in a tanning bed helps with their psoriasis.
To get the tan you love without the risk of overexposure to UV rays many people are turning to Sunless Tanning. At a local Huntington Beach tanning salon called Tantalize Tanning located at 21170 Beach Blvd Huntington Beach, CA. Their website is http://www.tantalizedtanning.com . They provide Mystic airbrushing using DHA (dihydroxyacetone). Sunless tanning are becoming very popular and generally last between 4-7 days.

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