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Tanning indoor occurs when the skin produces additional pigment to protect itself against burn from ultraviolet rays. Overexposure to these rays can cause eye injury, premature wrinkling of the skin and light induced skin rashes. It can also increase the chances of developing skin cancer. Tanning indoors damages the skin.

Tanning Tips, Products and Tanning Lotions

The most popular device used in tanning salons is a clamshell-like tanning bed. Many older tanning devices used light sources that emitted short wave ultraviolet rays that actually caused burning.

Aware of the harmful effects of ultraviolet B radiation, salon owners began using tanning beds that emit mostly long wave light sources. Long term exposure to the sun and to artificial sources of ultraviolet rays contributes to the risk of developing skin cancer.

Two types of skin cancer, know as basal cell and squamous cell, are treatable if detected early. Melanoma, another type of skin cancer can be fatal. Too much exposure to ultraviolet rays can damage the retina. Overexposure can burn the cornea and repeated exposure over may years be able to change the structure of the lens so that it begins to cloud, thus forming a cataract. Left untreated, cataracts can cause blindness.

Salons doing indoor tanning advice the customers to wear protective eye goggles. Closing the eyes, wearing ordinary sunglasses and using cotton wads do not protect the cornea from the intensity of ultraviolet radiation in tanning devices.

Exposure to tanning salon rays increases the damages caused by sunlight. This occurs because ultraviolet light actually thins the skin, making it less able to heal. Unprotected exposure to ultraviolet rays also results in premature skin aging.

A tan is damaged skin that is more likely to wrinkle and say than skin that has not been tanned. It has been noted that the skin has a dry, wrinkled; leathery appearance early in middle age is a result of ultraviolet exposure that occurred in youth.

In general sunscreens provide some level of protection against ultraviolet rays.There are various type of In door tanning products and tanning lotions as available which are follow:

R-Sun Tanning Products: This tanning product line offers indoor tanning and tingle bronzer lotions. Sunless tanning lotions are a staple in every tanning salon diet. Tan Genie products are available. In this products there are good quality ingredients present. It also reduces stretch mark and wrinkles. Power tan products like Power Tan Sun bed tanning lotions are probably the finest most effective subbed tanning lotions available.

Sunless tanning products work in such way : Skin is made up of two main layers, that is, the epidermis on the outside and the dermis on the inside. The epidermis is also made up of layers.

The deepest layer of epidermis is called the Stratum basale, is affected mainly during sun tanning. Stratum corneum is the outermost layer of the epidermis and it is affected mostly by sunless, tanning products.

Everyday millions of dead skin cells are sloughed off or worm away from the skin. The tans will gradually fade. For this reasons, sunless tanner or self-tanner should be used after every three days to maintain the tan.




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