What is ‘tanning’?
A lot of people think that tanning is for girls, but this can also be applied to guys.
In fact, many of the reasons guys go tanning include wanting to show off their body parts or their assets to the opposite sex.
Here’s the basics about how you can get a tan without breaking the law.
What is tanning?
Tanned skin is a natural state in which a body part is transformed into a shiny new skin tone.
The skin changes colour and texture over time.
When a person goes tanning, they don’t remove any skin pigment, but instead the skin cells, cells that make up the skin, turn into a white, smooth layer that coats the surface of the skin.
The resulting skin is called tanning.
There are several types of tanning:• a milder, longer-lasting tan that lasts for several weeks, usually at least four or five days• a more intense, longer lasting tan that causes severe blistering, which can last up to two months, often for a year or more, and can result in permanent damage• a deep, full tan that requires a medical treatment and often lasts for weeks.
Most men go to a tanning salon or tanning spa when they want to show their skin off and also for cosmetic reasons.
They want to look good, but also look attractive.
If you’re wondering how to get a nice, full, tan without going to a salon, check out our tips on how to tan without a salon.
What are the health risks of tanting?
A tanning tan is a very common cosmetic procedure for people who want to achieve a perfect tan.
It’s usually done for cosmetic or aesthetic reasons, but the health effects of tannery can be quite serious.
According to the Mayo Clinic, tanning can cause:• scarring of the face, eyes and lips• skin discolouration• damage to the eyes, lips and teeth• skin irritation• skin peelingThe Mayo Clinic also says that if you get a sunburn, it could also cause permanent damage to your eyes, teeth and skin.
It is also possible that a tan may cause irritation to your skin or your skin may develop a red colour and cause problems with the skin’s cells.
The most serious side effect is permanent, life-threatening skin lesions called corneal ulcers, which occur when the skin starts to peel away from the eye and cause redness and swelling.
It is important to remember that no medical procedure can completely remove all skin.
Skin needs to be removed to protect it from the sun, and that’s why a tan will not remove all of your skin.
So, don’t think that just because you’re getting a tan that it’s a sure sign you have a skin problem.