The perfect tanning – this is the dream of any representative of the female sex, indifferent to a pleasant Golden shades, which acquires the skin when exposed to ultraviolet rays. Unfortunately, tanning naturally almost impossible to achieve a good result, but you can easily get a sunburn, which reduces all efforts to zero. The way out can be Solarium, the acquisition of which will quickly achieve the desired effect, however, before deciding on a purchase, it pays to know what the pros and cons promises its use.

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Struggle with depressive illness. Scientifically proved that in the autumn-winter period the overwhelming number of people is in acute shortage of sunlight, which may lead to apathy, transforming into a deep depression. Buy Solarium it means, to protect itself from such problems, because it bulbs emit the most ultraviolet rays, under which produces endorphins – the hormones of happiness in charge of good mood.

Fill the lack of vitamin «E». Female body feels its shortage, wears out quickly, showing signs such as: premature wrinkles, deformation of teeth, joint pain, and early menopause.

Reducing the risk of sunburn. Ultraviolet light, which in the Solarium affects the skin gradually, in small doses, conducts a kind of preparation for the summer season. Thanks to this, with its onset skin is much less vulnerable to direct sunlight.

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Premature aging of the skin. Scientists say it is due to ultraviolet rays penetrate too deeply, having a negative impact on such important proteins like collagen and elastin.

Increased risk of melanoma (skin cancer). At risk are the representatives of male and female, have not yet reached the age of 30 years and use the Solarium with enviable regularity.

Danger of dependence. It is called «танорексия» and deal with it as easy as addiction to cigarettes or alcohol. Among the side effects are observed in a bad mood, depression, nervous breakdowns, and treatment means a visit to psychotherapist and medication.

Article publication date: November 14, 2013

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