The use of tanning beds is classified in the first category of the enhanced risk of skin cancer. If young people under 30 years using quartz lamps, increase the chances as much as 75 percent to get melanoma, the most deadly form of skin cancer.
Solarium tanning increases the chances of getting skin cancer by 75 per cent, warns the World Health Organisation. Experts are safe and warn that the solarium life-threatening.
Using this apparatus is classified in the first category of the enhanced risk of cancer, as well as asbestos or smoking. Ultraviolet radiation quartz lamps, in particular, is likely to endanger the health of children and young people up to 30 years
.Experts from the World Health Organization estimate that tanning bed detrimental same as if you drank a glass of arsenic, which is a strong chemical element and its salts are carcinogenic, or if you breathed battleship gas that destroys skin and creates wounds.
According to recent research, if the young to 30 years using quartz lamps, increase the chances for entire 75 per cent to get melanoma the deadliest form of skin cancer.
“We want to see the warnings and age limits in salons with solarium. Younger than 18 years should be forbidden by law to use them because young skin is very sensitive,” said Kate Arnie of the British Association for malignant tumors.