Love to Get Your Tan On? Here's Why Tanned Skin Is Damaged Skin! by Dr. Hannah Chow-Johnson

Love to Get Your Tan On? Here's Why Tanned Skin Is Damaged Skin!

Though our society has a misconception that tanned skin is more beautiful, the reality is that tanned skin is damaged skin. UV radiation leads to wrinkles, brown spots and more. And if you have visited a tanning salon, you are 74 percent more likely to develop melanoma than someone who hasn’t tanned indoors. Maybe time to rethink tanning?

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