January 9, 2009, Newsletter Issue #175: Safe Tanning Tips

Tip of the Week

When you use an indoor tanning device, be it a home tanning bed, a tanning canopy, a tanning lamp, or a commercial tanning bed or booth at a salon, it is critical that you take steps to protect your eyes. Wearing contact lenses during indoor tanning is fine as long as the eyes are both kept closed and FDA-approved protective eyewear is worn throughout the tanning session. The heat generated by the indoor tanning bed may dry your eyes out a bit, so you may want to use eye drops to minimize any discomfort.

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