Tanning Bed

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A bed or booth fitted with UV lights that emit UV-A, and lesser amounts of UV-B radiation, homogeneously delivering maximum light in the minimum time
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"I'm fighting every day and I want to use my experience to prevent anyone else going through this." Sarah was never a sun-worshiper, but when she was asked to be a bridesmaid she was told by the bride to get on a sun bed as the bride didn't want a "pasty-faced bridesmaid."
The first is to avoid sun beds like the plague.They leave your skin looking dull, lifeless and dry, with lines of dehydration.
Thomas Cook's package holiday bookings to Turkey are currently up 84 per cent year-on-year while Egypt bookings have increased by 89 per cent year-Claire Tout, Thomas Cook store manager at Manchester Market Street, said: "We know how important our customers' holidays are so we want to make them as memorable as possible whether that's helping guests tailor their flight experience or choose their preferred sun bed spot by the pool.
The rise in skin cancer has been blamed on increased exposure to sun and sun beds.
3:00pm - I gather all of the used sun beds and once again, hop across the pool deck to make sure the temperature of the sauna and steam room is just right.
Gemma was diagnosed at the age of 21 with melanoma, having started using sun beds before the age of 18.
Cllr Philip Evans, Conwy's cabinet member for corporate and regulatory services, said: "Our main focus will be to protect commercial sun bed users and also children and young people from the increased risk of skin cancer."
I've burnt a couple of times, but you imagine it's going to happen to someone who is on a sun bed three times a week, not someone who smothers themselves with suncream."
Dr Richard Lewis, theBMA's Welsh secretary, said: "BMA Cymru has campaigned heavilylastyear inWales for tighter regulation of the sun bed industry, in particular for a ban on coin-operated [and] unsupervised salons and a ban on their use by under-18s.
Two things that might make you reconsider exposing yourself to those harmful ultraviolet rays: A 22-year-old woman has been left with permanent "panda eyes" after regularly using a sun bed.
Anyone thinking of trying to short-cut the process by sitting on a sun bed for the final weeks of their pregnancy would be doing themselves no good.
"I think people are aware of suncreams and of sun bed dangers but it is also quite fashionable to have a tan.