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To practice safe tanning you should gradually build up the amount of time spent on sun tanning beds. Start off with sessions of no more than two minutes and build up to five minutes or so. It can be tempting to short cut this process in order to get the tan you want faster, but remember, every time you burn your skin, you increase your risk of getting skin cancer. This is of course true of natural sunlight as well!
When you tan in a tanning bed or under the natural sun, you are being exposed to harmful UV rays that are dangerous to your skin. If you were to prolong this tanning throughout many years, you would pose a dangerous situation for the health of your skin. It would make you more prone to developing skin cancer, and it can also increase the likelihood that you will develop other skin conditions. Additionally, a lot of people who tan in a tanning bed or under the natural sun often develop sunspots. These are the first signs of damage to the skin. If you are developing sunspots, this is an indication that you are being exposed to too much sunlight, and you need to work toward getting out of the sun so that you do not continue to be effected like this. Self tanning products are a way for you to get the same tan skin you are looking for, without having to continuously expose yourself to these UV rays that are dangerous. Doctors and medical professionals all agree, being exposed to this type of radiation is not good for your well-being and you should take serious precautions.
A travel sheet, for those of you who have not heard of such an item, is a light weight piece of fabric sewn together in a sleeping bag configuration. Travel sheets are used to protect against unclean bedding, usually in hostels, but also are called sleeping bag liners, as they protect the sleeping bag from bodily fluids like sweat. The materials used to make travel sheets or sleeping bag liners range from cheap thin cottons, poly cottons, polyester fleeces, to silk and higher qualities of cotton. Silk is used primarily to make them light weight for backpackers to carry and wash easily in a sink and air dry quickly. Sheets and liners are usually closed with a velcro tab, button or snap, or tie up. Prices range from 20 dollars up to 200 dollars, depending on size and fabrication. For our discussion today we will focus on the higher end travel sheets meant for protection from everything from harsh detergent sensitivity, lice, bedbugs, allergens like animal and dust mite dander, and just plain unclean bedding in hotels. Some terms you will need to familiarize yourself with are:
A mattress cover, like one you can buy from the Best Mattress Store, helps prevent the buildup of food and liquid in your mattress. But even if you have a cover, you'll want to clean that on a regular basis as well to ensure that you're not letting unnecessary food residue sit in your mattress.
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