Posted by Bloomberg on Tuesday, January 11, 2018 06:27:33When it comes the sun tan for men, it’s probably a better idea to wait a bit longer before you take a shot, according to research released by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
Sun tanning is considered a “fad” among many women who don’t want to feel the sunburns they receive from their male counterparts.
And while a few dermatologists and dermatologists recommend it, there are not many studies on the benefits of sun tannering, according the American Dermatological Association.
Researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health examined more than 100,000 self-reported sun tanners and compared them with a control group of people who never had sunburned, and those who had sun-tanned in the past.
They found that men who used sunscreen during the day were at a lower risk of getting sunburn than those who did not.
But they were more likely to be at risk for developing skin cancer.
Women who sunbathed and sunbathing twice a week were also at a higher risk of skin cancer compared to those who didn’t.
The researchers also found that sun tanbing was associated with increased risk for skin cancer in women, including melanoma.
Sun tanning was also associated with an increased risk of melanoma, including non-melanoma skin cancers.
Sunlight, which penetrates the skin and can damage the skin’s cells, is responsible for the burning sensation in the face and upper arms, the researchers said.
Sun light can also irritate the skin.
Sunlight, like other sunscreens, can be absorbed through the skin, but not all of it does, so it’s important to use a sunscreen with a broad-spectrum SPF rating, which includes at least SPF 30, or more, the study found.
Sunscreens with SPF of at least 30 are considered SPF 25, or protection against UVB light.
Some of the sunscents included in the study included oxybenzone, which contains zinc oxide, titanium dioxide, and sodium lauryl sulfate.
Oxybenzone is considered an “all-in-one sunscreen,” the researchers found, but it is also “one of the most common skin-care products in the world,” which can cause irritation if you have sensitive skin, they said.
They found that oxybenzones are not as effective at protecting against UV rays as some other sun-protection measures.
The researchers said that it’s not yet known whether sunscreen ingredients can protect against UVA and UVB rays.
Sunscreen with a SPF level of at most SPF 10 is “generally considered a safe, effective, and well-tolerated sunscreen,” they said, and it can be found in most health food stores.
It’s also “not recommended to use sunscreen in the sun,” the study authors said.
The findings are part of a larger study that included nearly 100,00 sun-tanned men and women from the U.S., and are available in the January 2018 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.
The study is based on more than 500,000 sun-bathing men and 100, 000 women who had never sunburneds.