Thomas Howell) takes tanning pills
so that he looks black and can get a place at Harvard reserved for African-American students.
The items are "I suntan outdoors (lying in the sun) regularly," "I use indoor tanning (a tanning bed/lamp) regularly," "I use tanning spray (at tanning salons) regularly," and "I use tanning products (tanning lotion, tanning pills
) regularly." The internal consistency in this study was [alpha] = .754, with a higher score denoting more frequent tanning behaviors.
Washington, May 11 ( ANI ): Sunless tanning products - whether with lotions, bronzers or tanning pills
- have been promoted as an effective substitute to dodge the health risks of ultraviolet rays, but young women likely will not use them if the products don't provide the perfect tan, according to a Baylor University researcher.
Skin cancer is the most obvious health risk from the overuse of sunbeds, but high doses of tanning pills
can carry side effects, such as liver damage.
He paid pounds 45 for daily tanning jabs for three months and, pounds 14 for each month's course of tanning pills
Don't use sunlamps and tanning beds, as well as tanning pills
and tanning makeup.
claim to help you avoid the lobster look and give you a faster, deeper tan in the sun than you would normally be able to attain.
THE Irish Cancer Society has warned against the dangers of using a brand of tanning pills
widely available in chemist shops across the country.
As reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association last September, a 20-year old woman died of aplastic anema (a rare blood disease) after taking tanning pills
supplied to her by a commercial tanning salon.
Avoid indoor tanning lamps, tanning parlors, or tanning pills
, and try to stay out of direct sunlight--especially between 11 a.m.
During the series, Madge has had a variety of mishaps, including taking ecstasy, having dreadlocks, pimping her mobility scooter and smuggling tanning pills
into Spain, resulting in her son-in-law being arrested at customs.
generally contain large quantities of beta-carotene or canthaxanin, commonly used as food colourings.