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A pretty much of a shocker that came out this week it was considered a pretty safe to tanning booths breakdance.
But a new report shows that -- on now that golden glow.
Well they say it may not be risk free after all -- -- This is supposed to be -- -- -- Of what happened.
Look at it's it's summertime and have -- wants to have this kind of -- and getting to their bathing suit.
We talk about the tanning Booth in the fact that he can increase the risk of honesty cancer you're right everyone thought that this is -- these days.
-- the issue is that the main component of this spring is something called PH a which is -- hydroxy acetone.
And when you spray you can actually Hal and it becomes personalized gets into your long and he can get into the bloodstream.
And that causes some of the genetic mutations and birth defects.
They can also cause lung cancer but before we getting panic zone -- -- just say that these studies.
Are mostly in their labs are -- -- you imperiled ten studies that they've looked at so I would not really be you know pat thinking about this if you do this once or twice a year.
Probably you're okay.
If you do this on a regular basis and unfortunately Hollywood is pushing this and you have a -- dashes and Paris Hilton everyone is having to teenagers and it's okay to do it.
The only other point that I want to bring about this is that there's another.
Vitamin called DH day.
Which is an Omega three fatty acids which has not doing this.
So you want to be careful about this and a lot of these tanning -- probably don't know enough to tell you FDA released a statement saying that you have to call realized.
Your nose in your mouth because that's where all of this -- -- -- blood tests can he had a blood test that can you go to the doctor tomorrow and get a blood test for this DH and no on this doses of such a good luck -- you just have to be careful that if you're going to get this spray.
Covering your your eyes ears because if this is not FDA regulated -- no room for all that's that's why -- why -- the FDA on this.
Obviously are better is gonna get on this now -- -- -- with -- -- -- in 1977 the FDA said.
This spray tan is okay if you just use it for external use -- just rub it on your skin if you rub it on your arm.
But what happened was over the years they develop these spray -- So where -- -- -- is spreading your face and then a lot of these tanning places are not as David just said you're not wearing goggles.
You know they're not pushing the nose plugs so we can -- -- your eyes looking giving him -- thinking getting your nose where does it go after that goes in your -- And since studies are now showing that it can -- DNA.
We don't know -- -- you know what the real extent that this can cause cancer to we don't know haven't we don't know my.
-- my recommendation is because people tend to use this instead of sun screen.
My recommendation is to stay away from this altogether but as David said if you're going to use it.
One its use because I think the current preparations it's almost impossible not to get it in your lungs and from your longs into your bloodstream I don't think it's it.
I don't think it's that unsafe I think the -- to the the -- -- to use the tanning salons or worse but this isn't the greatest thing joining.
You know that's the bottom -- and these tanning salons are not going to have you where it is.
Goggles because you're gonna start looking like Cramer with the way that you have -- everywhere and that it's and I say there's a war there's there's a warning.
Yeah it's actually my tennis naturally --
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