yes, because you can still get the same kind of harmful rays from them that the sun caused
You should be extremely careful about tanning. Many people who use tanning booths / beds have developed skin cancer later on. Please talk to your doctor before beginning any kind of tanning program.
It would be best if you didn't. Tanning beds are already dangerous, for they are a huge risk of cancer. It really depends on what kind of meds you are taking though. No matter what, it would be best if you just tan out in the good old fashion sun!
Plexiglass is used to make the bed portoin of the tanning bed.
well it all depends where your going tanning and what kind of beds they have but from what i checked the usual weight limits are in 250-350 if you are really not comfortable with going and asking the limit you should probably do mist but like i said it all depends on the beds =)
The purpose of a tanning bed is to give you a tan. Tanned skin is damaged skin - any dermatologist (or doctor of any kind) will verify that. The more often and deeply you tan, the greater your risk form skin cancer later in life. Tanning - in a tanning bead or elsewhere - cannot be said to "give you cancer", but it unquestionably increases your risk of developing skin cancer.
When you smoke it can cause lung cancer.
He had pancreatic cancer.
Fabutan is an indoor tanning salon. They keep tanning beds and equipment for customers to use to obtain a tan. They do require that users sign consent forms and give information about their skin type to avoid potential dangers.
cancer, high blood pressure