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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The bill aims to amend the Foreshore Protection Law, under which the term 'provision of public beach services' refers to the placement, at specific spots on the beach, of sun beds and umbrellas in order to rent or provide them to bathers.
"Here at Glitz and Glam we have the highest of cleaning protocols in place, ensuring all sun beds are sufficiently sterilised.
Asked what her advice was for people who use sun beds, she said: "What is the point of risking your life for a tan?
I can tell if a girl has been using a sun bed the minute I look at her face.
Efforts have been made to restrict sun bed use, particularly among young people.
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.
Catherine said: "Gemma's death at such a young age, leaving three young children behind her, is unbelievably sad and serves to emphasise the real dangers that sun bed usage can bring.
COUNCIL officials are offering to train and advise sun bed operators before tighter rules on hiring them come into force.
Unite/CPHVA School Nurse Forum member Kathy O'Connell reinforced that early health education is needed: 'More and more young people are using sun beds and believe that they have to be tanned to look good.
UNDER-18s will be banned from using sun beds after it emerged 10,000 children under 15 are using them.
The move was warmly welcomed by cancer charities following research which found that at least 250,000 children aged 11 to 17 regularly use sun beds, many of them unsupervised.
A SINGER in one of Britain's mostsuccessful ever girlbands joined forces with a Cardiff MP yesterday to demand new laws to punish tanning salons that allowunder-18s to use sun beds.