The summer is coming, the coats are slowly going into the closet, and many are just starting to train desperately because they are just a few months away and go to the Adriatic. For the beach body, bronze skin is essential, even if someone else illuminates in the dark in the rest of the year. Before the 20th century, white skin was a sign of prosperity, as it was usual to brown on the ground during hoeing, not in the ballroom. To achieve this, many people whitened their skin chemically. (This is still fashionable in the Far East today.)
In the twenties, Coco Chanel accidentally tumbled, so, of course, everyone rushed to the sun to resemble the idol. From then on, sunbathing started, bathing suits collapsed and artificial skin coloring became more and more popular. From the 1960s to the 70s, with the spread of solariums, all-year-old brownness became more accessible and comfortable. This mania has so far developed that some solarium chains claim that pre-holiday tanning is very healthy because it protects against sunburn on the beach.
Research, on the other hand, proves that it does not provide substantial protection, and even more so, it is not only the use of tanning but also the use of solariums. According to Dr. Enikő Kuroli, a pathologist and dermatologist at the Semmelweis University’s Clinic of Skin, Necrotics and Skin Care, we are hurting ourselves with solarium and too much sunbathing.
The tanning bed actually took money for money.
Since ultraviolet radiation is essentially carcinogenic, like cigarettes, there is no explicitly safe tanning. The browning phenomenon itself consists in the melanocytes producing melanin in the lower layer of the skin to protect against radiation. Melanin is oxidized and darkened by UV radiation to improve its UV-absorbing capacity – protecting other skin cells from radiation.
Hence, browning is actually a skin damage.
Version, Version B
The UV composition of the solariums is basically the same as sunlight, ie approx. It contains 95% UVA and 5% UVB. The visible light is located in the wavelength range above 400 nm, below which we are talking about UVA at 315 nm, and from UVB at 315 nm to 200 nm. Version A is responsible for melanin production, ie for tanning, and for aging of the skin, and B for sunburn and vitamin D intake.
12 minutes between fluorescent tubes is roughly equivalent to a full day of sunbathing in mid-July at Lake Balaton without sunscreen. Our skin is not prepared for this, so it can be observed that the skin that regularly goes to life on a solarium often gets sagged and wrinkled.
There is only one biosolar, the Sun in the sky.
– Enikő Kuroli restored the marketing texts. According to his experience, mainly due to the solariums, the number of melanoma diseases increases. Mostly, the proportion of women in their 20s and 30s is increasing among patients, including Vivien Mádai’s presenter, who shared his story on his 30th birthday. He attributed the development of melanoma to casual sunbathing and tanning.
Of course, light therapies that treat various skin problems cannot be covered with solariums because they bombard the patient with UV rays in a personalized way. But the question is, does it help with sunburn when we jump down a few times before the holiday. In short the answer
However, when we asked solarium salons, they all said that the number of their guests would jump early in the summer, because many people would be sitting on the shore because of protection or not snow-white, so they would be more active. There are those who only solarium solo in April-May.
In contrast, research has shown that pre-tanning reached a maximum of 3 factor protection against sunburn.