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According to skincancer.org: "A tan, whether you get it on the beach, in a bed, or through incidental exposure, is bad news, any way you acquire it. Tans are caused by harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun or tanning lamps, and if you have one, you’ve sustained skin cell damage.

No matter what you may hear at tanning salons, the cumulative damage caused by UV radiation can lead to premature skin aging (wrinkles, lax skin, brown spots, and more), as well as skin cancer. In fact, people who first use a tanning bed before age 35 increase their risk for melanoma by 75 percent."

Review about: Zoom Tan Tanning.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

I didn't like: Cancer.

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Anonymous
#1333093

How does this have anything to do with Zoom Tan? Go away

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1333129

The tanning industry has tried to tell consumers that vitamin D is necessary and that it should be sought from tanning beds. However, the majority of tanning bulbs actually emit UVA radiation, and UVB radiation is needed for the body to produce vitamin D.

That fact is, all necessary vitamin D can be found in a healthy diet or from a vitamin supplement. If you are concerned about your vitamin D levels, consult your doctor, not a tanning salon!

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to Toepfer ***ks #1333382

God created sun for a reason, we need it for survival.

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to Anonymous #1333664

Oh Tony, you're so sad. You lie, cheat and steal from your clients.

You cheat and swindle your employees and suppliers. Then you have the audacity to try to claim you're a Christian and to use Christ as an alibi for your unconscionable behavior.

You're only fooling yourself. Keep using sexual innuendo to peddle skin cancer to little girls, you know who you'll answer to for it.

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