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Even though men use tanning beds at lower rates than women, men who tan tend to do it in riskier ways, according to a study by researchers at the University of Connecticut. The findings should help public health officials rethink how, and to whom, they're targeting anti-tanning messages. Because the stereotypical tanning salon client is a young woman, almost all the research and health messaging on tanning has focused on that demographic.
I would love to have that bronze glowing skin rather than staying with my pale skin. Considering the weather, time and comfort, sunless tanning is the best option for anyone. But the lay-down tanning bed is not an option for everyone.
Related Content Peeping Tom records woman undressing in Forever 21 fitting room, woman says More charges filed against accused Pembroke Pines Peeping Tom According to an arrest report, the victim was getting ready to step into a stand-up tanning bed in a private room when she noticed a cellphone camera pointing at her from the floor between a wooden wall that divides her room and the room next to her. The woman put her clothes on and waited for the person in the other booth to come out. Police said the woman approached Javier Sotomayor, 36, as he left the room and asked him why he was recording her.
Men also prefer to tan in less regulated settings, like gyms or private homes, whereas women prefer to tan in salons that are cleaner and safer. To sum up their findings, the researchers emphasize that nearly 50 percent of men who use tanning beds engage in a pattern of addictive and risky behavior toward tanning, which might help explain why UVASUN Light Therapy Center owner Greg Rand tells me that the majority of his male clientele prefer tanning beds to objectively safer sunless tanning products, like spray tans. Rand believes that this might have something to do with the fact that men are traditionally less accustomed to applying makeup.
Skip to content. I use tanning booths regularly and I normally use only eye protection. I am slightly worried, however, that the UV radiation from the sunlamps could do internal damage to a man's testicles, because the skin is obviously only very thin and might not offer much protection against UV radiation.
Pale skin suits most men however some guys just want that tanned appearance that gives off a radiant glow. Yet tanning itself is no different than hitting the gym for bodybuilding, washing and moisturizing your face, or even getting a haircut. All of these things are the same as guys all are ultimately doing it for one reason, to improve their appearance. Most of these men start tanning before the summer arrives or right before they head out onto a tropical beach side vacation to avoid burning their skin up.
They were naked in their tanning beds when they heard work men in the hallway setting up a ladder to repair a leak. The repairmen were right next to their doors. The women described the tanning booths as having 8 foot walls and the ladder was 12 foot.