Solariums that evenly sunbathe the whole body and with about 10 minutes after sunbathing you get a beautiful long-lasting tan. Sunbathing stimulates the production of vitamin D during the winter, so sunbathing is desirable for people who have bone problems, rheumatic problems, skin problems (acne, psoriasis).
Since in recent times, due to lifestyle and other reasons, we are not exposed to the sun as before, we are instructed to use "artificial sun" or solarium. Modern solariums, which have applied the latest findings in photobiological research, offer a high degree of efficiency and safety. This is exactly the kind of solarium that awaits you with us.
However, the most important thing is not to overdo the use of solariums, because that cancels the beneficial properties of sunbathing. Therefore, sunbathing should be limited to 2-3 times a week.
Regardless of the negative attitude towards the solarium, UV radiation can do the following: it stimulates blood circulation and sexuality, speeds up the work of the psyche and eliminates depression, stimulates immunity, improves the ability to react and relieves stress.
Extremely brown color requires a small amount of short-wave UV-B radiation in combination with long-wave UV-A radiation. A healthy brown color requires a little more time though. The skin adapts to the sun only after 2-3 weeks of daily UV radiation.
UV-B radiation is directed to the lower layers of the subcutaneous layer, towards pigment cells and melanocytes. Simultaneously with the appearance, the formation and shaping of pigment substances begins.
Melanin is in the form of small pigment grains. Melanin pigments travel after 2-5 days of sunbathing to the highest layer of the skin. Light skin produces less melanin, so the skin becomes less brown. UV-A RADIATION forms an oxidizing compound with oxygen from the blood. Thus both bright and colorless melanin-pigments.
Light spot - when sunbathing with UV-B is prolonged, thickening of the highest layer of the skin occurs. Brown color plus light spot builds natural sun protection, which corresponds to a light protection factor of 20-40. It appears within 4-6 weeks.
The link between solar radiation and skin cancer, such as malignant melanoma, has not been scientifically proven. UV radiation has a positive effect, primarily in winter, both on strengthening the immune system and the production of vitamin D3, which is important for bone structure.