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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the American Academy of Dermatology have developed six skin types. Classification into the various skin types is based on two causes: a person's sensitivity to ultraviolet (UV) light from the sun or tanning beds and the person's skin tone.
The six types are:
I - White skin, easily burns, never tans.
II - Sensitive light skin, rarely tans, burns more often
III - Light skin, tans more, burns equally
IV - Light dark skin, tans more than burns
V - Darker skin, rarely burns, tans darkly
VI - Dark skin, never burns, dark even tans
if one has fair skin and has tanned in the past,and tanned well with time,and has a skin condition called ecemaze that comes and goes at different times of the year.Will it help lying in a tanning bed to help with the rash?and to let you know i know not to use any prescription cream(eldel)on skin when exposed to any sun.or in taning booths.just wondering if would help it?