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Many people think there is no such thing as a GOOD tan Did you know it may be more dangerous NOT to tan Avoiding regular sun exposure may have greater risks than getting too much sun New research proves that many forms of deadly cancer are caused by sunlight deprivation Today I will tell you why most people should expose themselves to sunlight I will inform you of the many ways we benefit from suntanning how to understand sunlight and also how to attain a healthy tan Tanning is the browning of the skin resulting from moderate exposure to ultra-violet light It is natures skin protection from the reddening of the skin resulting to over exposure to ultra-violet light otherwise known as burning Burning should be avoided at all costs If tanning truly provides protection why then are people constantly being told to stay out of the sun The answer lies in understanding sunshine The sun emits three types of ultra-violet rays The shorter the ray the more dangerous it becomes -The shortest of the three is UVC It is unable to penetrate the earths ozone layer -Only UVA and UVB are able to enter the earths atmosphere and of those two the shorter is UVB and it is responsible for burning UVA which is the longest ray is responsible for tanning Outdoors UVB can reach levels of up to 40 making is easy to burn-even for darker skin types This poses a real dilemma for those who want to acquire a tan without the dangers of burning This dilemma has been solved by the indoor tanning industry Indoor tanning bed emit approx 110 of UVB experienced outdoors They minimize the chances of burning and the negative consequences that come with it This is great news for those wanting to reap the positive benefits from tanning Unlike sunscreen a tan provides reliable full spectrum
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