Health care professionals are using textiles to boost the body’s ability to produce collagen, a crucial component of skin.

But if your tanner is a dermatologist, there are a few tips for keeping your skin healthy as well.

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Don’t let tanning bed fungus spoil your tan article While tanning beds are commonly used for drying, conditioning, and bleaching, they can also be used to remove dead skin cells and to create a new layer of protective, oil-absorbing material.

As a result, they are often used for the purposes of preserving skin, rather than the production of collagen.

The best way to prevent bed fungus from ruining your tan is to clean your tanning room regularly.

Keep a clean towel handy, and wash your face after each use.

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Clean your skin before applying a tan article The best time to clean skin before tanning is after it has already dried, or after it is almost dry.

If your skin is a little damp, the sun can cause the cells in it to become damaged and begin to decompose.

You can avoid this by using a gentle scrub brush to gently scrub the skin with a cotton ball, wiping with a paper towel, and using a clean cotton pad or sponge.

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Use sunscreen on the first day and after every tan article If you have sunburn, you should get sun protection before you tan.

If you haven’t been able to get adequate sun protection for at least two days, your body may not be able to produce enough collagen.

If that is the case, you can try wearing a tanning mat or towel that covers your face before you go to bed.

The mat or towels are designed to prevent your skin from drying out during the tanning process, but they can be uncomfortable and can also contribute to sunburn.

When you’re done with your tan, wash your skin thoroughly with soap and water.

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Make sure you use the right sunscreen article For many people, the sunscreen they use for their tanning session is one that doesn’t contain enough sunscreen.

This can cause a potentially serious allergic reaction, and it may also lead to a skin infection if you use too much sunscreen.

Some people use a sunscreen that contains titanium dioxide, a chemical that blocks the UV rays that are harmful to the skin.

Other sunscreen companies are experimenting with different products that are designed specifically to block UV rays, but you should always use a product with a sunscreen made specifically for your skin type.

For example, some sunscreens are made to block the sun’s harmful UV rays while others block UV light, which can cause serious skin reactions if you get sunburn or sunburn-like symptoms if you don’t take adequate steps to protect yourself.

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Wash your face regularly to remove any dead skin particles article If your tannery room is dry, the most important thing you can do to keep your skin’s moisture level in check is to wash your hands frequently.

The skin is naturally built to take water, and washing your hands regularly will help remove dead cells and help prevent skin infections.

Wash with soap, water, an alcohol-based soap, and water-based cleansers, such as Jojoba, Tocopherol, and Clarisonic.

If the room is heated, it is a good idea to leave it on a low heat setting to keep it from getting too hot and damaging the skin’s surface.

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Remove all loose hair from your scalp before tanming article If hair is long, curly, or tangled, it may cause problems during the application of your tan.

To remove hair, simply use a soft brush to cut off loose hair and then gently comb the hair back into place.

Avoid combing too closely, as this can damage the skin and can lead to hair breakage.

To avoid skin breakage, it’s a good practice to wear a towel or comb that covers the top of your head during the session.

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Wash in a well-ventilated area before going to bed article In order to keep the sun out, it pays to keep a cool and dry place to tan.

A well-lit tanning environment can help keep the skin healthy, but if you’re at home, don’t use a ventilated room to tan because you can put your skin at risk of drying out.

When using a vent, you must place the towel or blanket directly under the vent.

Use a towel that doesn,t hang from the ceiling, or have a wide enough area for the towel to hang above the blanket.

For more tips on how to keep yourself healthy while tanning, check out our previous article, How to Use Your Tanning Bed To Protect Your Skin and Protect Your Body.