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Tanning Salons - Avoid Tanning Salons to Prevent Skin Cancer
Research shows that using tanning salons increases your risk of squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma. This article describes the details of the link and ...
Tattoos and Sun Tanning (Why UV Rays are Bad)
If you have tattoos you want to keep looking nice, you might want to think twice before you sunbathe or visit the tanning bed. Learn how to achieve your tanning  ...
Safety and Risks of Indoor Tanning Booths - Women's Health
Everyone loves a great tan, but is indoor tanning safe? Learn the facts about indoor tanning booths.
Tanning Booth Facts and Dangers - Skin Care
Before you head to the tanning booth, learn the facts on what they really do to your skin.
Can Tanning Cure Acne? The Truth About Tanning and Acne
Learn more about tanning and acne. Can tanning cure acne? Will an hour in the sun or a tanning booth help heal pimples? Get the truth about tanning and ...
Are Tanning Pills Safer Than Tanning Beds or the Sun? - Cancer
Dec 4, 2014 ... Are you thinking about using tanning pills? Read this FAQ about tanning pill usage and why it may not be such a good idea to use them.
Sunless Tanning - How To Use Sunless Tanning Products - Cancer
Jan 1, 2014 ... Sunless tanning products are an effective and safe alternative to traditional sunbathing and tanning beds. Marketed as self-tanning creams, ...
Reasons Not to Use Baby Oil for Sun Tanning - Skin Care - About.com
Your Grandmother likely used baby oil on her skin to help with tanning, but should you? Is baby oil safe for tanning? Come see.
10 Things You Oughta Know About... Tanning Booths - Teen Advice
10 Things You Oughta Know About... A Top 10 Fact Sheet on Tanning Booths.
Teens and Tanning - Why Your Teen Shouldn't Be Tanning - Cancer
Sep 3, 2013 ... Is your teen begging to go tanning or already obsessed with it? Learn how to talk to your teen about tanning the dangerous consequences of it.
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