TANNING BEDS MUST BE BANNED
Early detection is the key for a long healthy life. If your teenager wanted a sun kissed look would you let them use a tanning salon? Is Casper the friendly ghost really that bad of a look? You should be nervous when you walk into a tanning salon. I believe indoor tanning beds must be banned for a few reasons.
First, using tanning beds will increase skin conditions. A few conditions are: wrinkles, skin allergies, and skin discolorations. Wrinkles are a natural sign of aging, but premature aging is embarrassing and is known to cause you to be self-conscious. I believe a person in their twenties or thirty’s should have smooth skin, but the damage from the tanning beds are known to make their skin look like a worn out used leather couch. Skin discoloration will happen and looks like white spots that appear all over your body. This is a fungus growing on your body and you must seek treatment for it to go away before it causes more health issues. Knowing that people will have an allergic reaction to the tanning beds from the: lotions, sprays, plastic lining, and the UV Rays they will end up with bumps all over their body that tends to be itchy.
Second, the more times a person uses a tanning bed, the more likely they will experience skin cancer, especially at a younger age. Skin cancer is on the rise among white Americans, which are Melanoma, Basal Cell Carcinoma, and Squamous Cell Carcinoma. Basil Cell Carcinoma are lesions that arise in the skin that look like: shiny bumps, open sores, red patches, and are the most common type of skin cancer in the united states. This is known to spread below the skin which will damage the nerves and bones if it’s not caught in time. Squamous Cell Carcinoma develops in people that are known to have fair skin and these first appear around the face as a bump or a scaly patch that does not heal. Melanoma colors the: skin, hair, eyes, and forms moles which I believe makes this the most deadly in the...