Tag: indoor tanning beds
Spring is here, days are getting longer, and once again it’s time to talk about sun exposure and skin cancer. There is a strong link between exposure to ultraviolet light from sun exposure or indoor tanning equipment and the risk of developing a skin cancer, such as basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, or the [...]
Posted: April 2nd, 2012 under Cosmetic Dermatologist and Surgeon NJ.
Tags: basal cell carcinoma, indoor tanning beds, melanoma, skin cancer, squamous cell carcinoma, sun damage, sunscreen, ultraviolet radiation, UV
Posted: January 1st, 2012 under Cosmetic Dermatologist and Surgeon NJ.
Tags: acne scarring, acne scars, atopic dermatitis, atopy, basal cell carcinoma, Botox cosmetic, cosmetic dermatologist NJ, cosmetic surgery NJ, CTCL, cystic acne, dermal fillers, dermatitis, dermatologist NJ, dermatology, doctors, Dr. Emily Altman, dry skin, eczema, facial rejuvenation, immune system, indoor tanning beds, laser hair removal NJ, laser hair removal side effects, laser skin treatments NJ, malignant melanoma, melanoma, mycosis fungoides, rash, rosacea, scaling, skin, skin cancer, skin lymphoma, skin marks, skin rash, squamous cell carcinoma, sun damage, sun exposure, sunburn, sunscreen, tanning, ultraviolet radiation, UV light, wrinkles
There is no safe way to tan. Any exposure to ultraviolet light increases the risk of skin cancer. There are self-tanning lotions or sunless tanning salons that use spray tanning, actually an inaccurate term because it is just a deposition of pigment onto the skin without any exposure to UV light. If you use a [...]