Why Can't I Tan Indoors Without Eye Protection?
Unprotected eyes are at risk for loss of night vision, loss of color vision,
loss of visual acuity, increased light sensitivity, and pain and swelling
resulting from corneal burns. Only FDA compliant eyewear will filter out both
uv-a and uv-b light. Failure to use protective eyewear while tanning can lead
to brunescent cataracts and may result in damage to the cornea and retina of
the eyes. Merely closing your eyes will not protect them from uv penetration.
The eyelids are too thin to prevent uv penetration.
The State Of New Hampshire enacted tanning regulations effective January 2005.
Under RSA 313-A:1, 26-34, laws specific to the operation of tanning facilities,
protective eyewear is required. Each patron must purchase their own eyewear
that meets the requirements of 21 CFR 1040.20 (FDA compliant).
We sell FDA compliant eyewear that meets the requirements of 21CFR Part 1040.20
(c) (4) as required under NH Tanning Regulations. Under state regulations eyewear shall not be re-used by another consumer and
shall not be altered in any manner that would change its use as intended by the
manufacturer such as removal of straps. Isn't your eyesight too valuable to compromise?
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