Tanning can increase the risk of skin cancer. Tanning beds are made from plutonium, some types of radium and UV rays that mimic the sun. Excessive tanning also breaks down DNA in the skin cells, dries it out, reduces elasticity and makes the skin look like leather. Women who use a tanning bed twice a month or more are seventy five percent more likely to develop a malignant melanoma.
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