Why Should I Develop A Base Tan?
Moderate exposure to ultraviolet light helps the skin to develop a natural
barrier that help protect the body from future exposures to UV light by
increasing your tolerance to UV. Ultraviolet light stimulates the production of
melanin, which then surrounds the core of cells to protect the DNA. This
melanin substance absorbs and/or scatters radiation. In addition, exposure to
ultraviolet light thickens the epidermis (the top skin layer), thereby limiting
the amount of UV that could penetrate the lower skin layers. If this
photo-protection (base tan) is not developed sunburn can occur and the DNA of
the skin cells may become damaged. Skin damage may occur if a person
overexposes the skin to UV or combines exposure indoors with too much exposure
to the natural sun. The dangers of overexposure can lead to chronic skin
information courtesy of Wolff Systems (Island Sun Times, 10/02)
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