I do know that tanning, in any form, is damage to skin. That damage is what gives a person that tan look. The darker the tan, the more damage done to the dermas. The lighter or whiter one is, the less damage they have done to their dermas.
So, we can all agree, I hope, that the energy used by tanning beds is the environmentally friendly as well as tanning damages the dermas, right?
Should you be against tanning salons and all they stand for/or against, please come back later for a different post. What you are about to see may cause you pain.
Stereo and speakers right above the person's head enables
that person to make adjustments to their choice of music
without leaving the bed. Convenience is nice, too.
This plaque really leads one to believe that in damaging
ones dermas, it is actually a TREAT and we should
indulge ourselves, just a tad, by tanning.
So, why do I tan? Because I feel better tan. I feel prettier. Skinnier. Slimmer. And so, to get a jump start on summer, I tan. And a new salon just opened in my little town and I took a leap and left my old place of comfort and tried a posh salon. And it's oh so nice. And closer to my home. And because the beds are new and hotter, I only go 12 minutes instead of 25 and I can be back home from a session in 30 minutes. Which makes me a better mommy since the rugrats are only alone for that long instead of an hour. Somehow having the 18 year old boys home doesn't add security for me....