Tanning, whether done outside or inside, can be hazardous. The “glow” of a tan, while often associated with good health, is the polar opposite of healthy; it’s evidence of DNA damage to your skin.
Tanning harms your skin cells and accelerates the aging process. Worst of all, tanning has been linked to the development of skin cancer.
Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun or tanning beds causes genetic damage to cells on your outer layer of skin, resulting in a tan.
To protect itself from further injury, the skin produces melanin (the pigment that gives our skin its color), which darkens the skin and gives it a tan.
Starting with the first tan, the damage is cumulative.
Avoid tanning as much as possible: It’s the most effective way to prevent unhealthy, unsightly skin damage.
If you want a golden glow, use sunless tanning products rather than baking. There are a lot of ways to get a bronzed look, but you still need to protect yourself from the sun!
Don’t tan, tone: Doing aerobic or high-intensity exercises will give you glowing skin.
Working out makes you feel good and improves your mood.
Drink plenty of water and eat well: Drink plenty of water and eat whole, unprocessed foods whenever possible. Your skin will be grateful!
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