Tanning Bed Blisters

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Q:What should I wear?
A:It's totally up to you. (But long pants and sweaters aren't recommended for good results!) Some people choose to tan in their bathing suits or underwear, and others prefer a more "natural" approach. Since you are in a private room while tanning, you can wear whatever you like. The only thing required is that you do wear eye protection every time you tan, because eyes are unable to protect themselves from UV light, even when they are closed, and the light can cause temporary and permanent damage to them. Many different eye protection options are available at all tanning facilities. If you are tanning a previously unexposed part of your body, be sure to cover it up for part of your tanning time, so it can catch up safely with the rest of your tan.
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A few weeks ago I went into a tanning bed I burned my face and lips were Chapped two days later I woke up and had little blisters on my lips they were not open sore nor did they leak any fluid.A tanning bed exposes you to UV rays from an artificial source. Do not break blisters. Fluid-filled blisters ;The KSL.COM Website Getting a tan in measured doses from a bed is safer than risking a blistering burn from the sun wh

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