Facts And Trends Based On Tanning

Tanning is no more a freak happening. It is trend. You buy tanning. You have it in the manner that you want. You are part of the tanning industry as one of the earnest clients. More and more clients like you have made the tanning business grow at a fast rate. Indeed for many women folks, tanning has become a regular part of their makeup.

From the point of view of economy and convenience, indoor tanning has become popular. The normal process of indoor tanning is you have to lie down on a plexiglass surface. Tanning lamps from above and below reach up to the skin of your body and provide you the desire tan. Another version of the tanning beds are known as stand up tanning beds.

The reaction of the skin to any process is quick. And the reaction result is branded as “Tanning.” When the skin is exposed to ultra-violet rays, the skin pigmentation is darkened. This tanning process is of two types. One that gives results at once and the other gives the delayed results. Tan from the Ultraviolet A (UVA) radiation last for a few hours or days. Ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation causes the delayed tanning that may appear after 2-3 days after sunbathing and it lasts longer because the skin has to go through the natural renewal process. The tanning effect depends upon the type of skin.

Indoor tanning on the tanning bed is not a simple procedure like relaxing and tanning on the seashore. Some pre-tanning spadework would be necessary. You need to have a base tan and you have to work on it for about one month. After that use the bed with the tanning bulbs and here again you need to have sessions for about 20 minutes, 3 to 5 times a week, for at least a month.

The very concept of artificial tanning is in jeopardy, as health workers are actively campaigning against it. Some research findings have indicated that UVB rays may cause skin cancer. The modern materialistic civilization has awarded many a complex problems to your life. Don't add another serious one!