After Just One Inside Tanning Session, Your Risk of THIS Increases by 75%

Written by Alex Reid
Posted January 28, 2020

Dear Reader,

You may have been warned about the risks of indoor tanning, but new information shows that it could be far more dangerous than you ever thought possible.

Indoor tanning has become a popular option for those who want a year-long tan in the cold and cloudy months. 

It uses artificial UVA light to stimulate melanocyte cells, which produce melanin. (As you may know, melanin is the dark pigment that makes your skin appear dark or tan.)

But there’s a problem… 

Melanin is your skin’s way of protecting against further skin damage from UV rays.

So when you’re lying in a tanning bed, you aren’t just working up a nice beach-bronze tan, you are actually damaging your skin’s cells. 

As you go to more and more tanning sessions, your skin continues to increase your melanin to try to protect against the harmful radiation. 

What this means is that a good tan is NOT a sign of better health. In fact, it’s a sign that your skin is damaged, and it’s doing everything it can to prevent further damage. 

And we’re not just talking about wrinkles, sunspots, dryness, and sunburns…

Research shows that inside tanning can have deadly consequences

Shockingly, those under 35 who tan indoors have a 75% higher risk of developing melanoma. 

Melanoma is a type of skin tumor made up of melanin-forming cells, which are often cancerous and life-threatening. 

That’s right… Indoor tanning could give you cancer!

You might be thinking, “Just a few tanning sessions couldn’t hurt…” 

But here’s the thing…

It only took a single indoor tanning session to increase cancer risk by 75%!

And the risk increases with every single session.

So how is sunlight any different from a tanning bed? 

While direct sunlight is indeed harmful to the skin in excess amounts, the UV radiation that tanning beds emit penetrates the skin far deeper and faster.

In fact, tanning beds emit 12 times more UVA light than the sun!

This makes indoor tanning even more dangerous than natural sun exposure. 

One research group found that out of all their patients with melanomas, 97% of them used tanning beds.

That’s virtually everyone in the group!

It’s a mystery why indoor tanning is still legal today… 

The World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) have already classified indoor tanning as a known carcinogen.

This is in the same classification as asbestos, tobacco, and nuclear radiation! 

This carcinogen is no joke. 

One woman had a truly troubling experience involving indoor tanning. She started at just 17 years old. By age 20, she had to undergo 25 surgeries to get rid of the melanoma she developed, leaving her with scars all over her body and permanent skin damage.

She now has to have a head-to-toe exam every three months. There’s typically at least one growth that has to be removed at each and every visit.

She may not have known about the risks, but you do. 

So the question is this:

Is indoor tanning really worth the massive cancer risk? 

To your health,

Alex Reid
President, Clear Health Now


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