Indoor Tanning, Are There Healthy Benefits?
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The best recommendation I have found is to tan for enough time until you have a slight-pink appearance to your skin. Obviously, as you tan and get darker, this will increase in darkness for most. For me, I tan for 5 or so minutes in a 10-minute bed once per week since I mainly work an office job. If you work outdoors, you are probably good to go. There are no health benefits to tanning.
The practice of lying in the sun is actually risky and increases the potential of developing skin cancer. If you’re going to tan, however, and your goal is. And that can be good for your bones, your immune system and perhaps other parts of the body.
Warnings about the dangers of tanning and sun exposure argue that even brief exposures to intense sun can damage skin and increase cancer risk. And there are other ways to get vitamin D, such as dairy products and supplements. In fact, any tanning can have health complications later in life. Tanning beds and outdoor, beach tanning both expose the skin to harmful UV rays. You still need to use indoor tanning beds and options in moderation.
Health organizations have driven home the message that the sun exposure needed to get a tan increases your chances of getting skin cancer. Recently researchers at the Harvard-affiliated Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston have conducted a series of experiments that put tanning in a. Eczema is an inflammation of the epidermis and regular indoor tanning has also been known to reduce flare-ups of itchy, dry and flaky skin associated with the illness. Aside from all of these great side-effects of tanning indoors, there is one reason to tan that could outshine all the rest. And, contrary to popular belief, getting a tan will not protect your skin from sunburn or other skin damage.
The extra melanin in tanned skin provides a Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of about 2 to. Sunless tanning products, also called self-tanners, can give your skin a tanned look without exposing it to harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. Sunless tanning products are commonly sold as lotions, creams and sprays you apply to your skin. Professional spray-on tanning also is available.
Pros If you’re looking for a natural tan, it doesn’t get any more natural than tanning under the sun. Tanning by the natural rays of the sun gives the body vitamin D. This vitamin plays a vital role in your body: it maintains both muscles and bones so that the body can properly develop and heal itself. It is a great opportunity to get a free sun tan, become more attractive and healthier.
It is well known that moderate amounts of sunlight stimulate vitamin D production that regulates calcium metabolism. But, at the same time scientific researches have shown that sun rays have a great negative effect.
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