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The Pros And Cons Of Sunbeds

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The benefits of sunbeds are fairly straightforward. Those people who want a genuine tan can achieve it in two ways: either by lying in the sun, or by using sunbeds to gain the same effect. Excluding ake tan?options like spray tanning, which simply alters the appearance of the skin to give a tan colour, rather than raising the level of melanin in the skin, these are the only alternatives. Sunbeds are generally accepted to レイバン サングラス クラブマスター be faster than spending time in the sun. Sessions are usually limited to around 20 minutes, since this is the maximum time that it is safe to spend in one at any point. Contrast this with sunbathing, which may take far longer to do the same. One reason is that sunbeds offer all-over coverage, since the UV-emitting bulbs are typically positioned on all sides: this means that one 20-minute ose?exposes all of your skin to the same level of UV. As well as this being far more evenly spread, it means that you don have to keep moving ?either to catch the best angle as the sun moves across the sky, or to expose previously covered areas of your body. Another advantage of sunbed hire is that the amount of レイバン メガネ UV can be precisely controlled. The wattage of the UV lamps is constant, and the time under them is limited. However, with sunbathing, it is impossible to say how much UV light is reaching you, depending on the weather レイバン ウェイファーラー 折りたたみ conditions. There are also two types of UV light, UVA and UVB. UVB is more associated with burning and some types of skin damage. The sun transmits both kinds of UV, whereas with sunbeds the level of UVB may be lower by design (even if it cannot completely be eliminated). Sunbeds offer the same advantages of a real tan. Mostly these are down to self-image; lots of people prefer to have a tan, and culturally we understand a tan as a sign of health and even prosperity (within reason ?there are some counter-examples of orange-hued shopping-channel faces…). However, there are also medical advantages to a tan. It does offer some protection from the sun, though this is limited. Vitamin D deficiency is another ?the body requires some exposure to the sun to produce this vitamin. Sunbeds have the same effect, although it worth noting that it the UVB wavelength in this instance that does the job. As far as risks go, there are the same ones as tanning under the sun. Sunbeds may manage the risk of burning through their time-limit and reduced level of UVB, but this can still be a problem if they are not used carefully. Burning brings with it the risk of other conditions: dry, wrinkled skin that has an aged appearance, as well as the itchy, sore feeling of the burn itself. Goggles should typically be worn when using sunbeds, since they can otherwise create a condition known as rc-eye? which is essentially a sunburned cornea ?not a pleasant thing, and one that often goes unnoticed until it is too late, several hours after tanning. This, of course, レイバン 店舗 would be the same with the sun itself ?you would usually want to be wearing sunglasses if spending much time out in the bright light. Sunbeds are no different.






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