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tanning or simply tanning is the
process whereby skin
color is darkened or tanned. It is most
often a result of exposure to ultraviolet
(UV) radiation from the sun or from artificial
sources, such as a tanning
bed. People who deliberately tan their skin
by exposure to the sun engage in a passive recreational
activity of sun bathing. Some people
use chemical products which can produce a tanning
effect without exposure to ultraviolet radiation.
exposure to the sun contributes to the production
D by the body, but excessive exposure to
ultraviolet rays has negative health effects,
and increased risk of skin
as well as depressed immune system function
and accelerated ageing of the skin. Some people tan
or sunburn more easily than others. This may
be the result of different skin types and natural
color, and these may be a result of genetics.
cases of tanning
addiction have been reported. Though the
mechanism by which tanning addiction occurs
is unknown, some evidence indicates that the
release of endorphins
during the tanning process causes the pleasurable
effects that underlie the addiction.
term "tanning" has a cultural origin, arising
from the color tan. Its origin lies in the Western
culture of Europe when it became fashionable
for young women to seek a less pale complexion
(see Cultural history
suntanned arm showing browner skin where
it has been exposed.
is produced by cells called melanocytes
in a process called melanogenesis.
Melanocytes produce two types of melanin: pheomelanin
(red) and eumelanin
(very dark brown). Melanin protects the body
by absorbing solar radiation. Excessive solar
radiation causes direct
DNA damage to the skin, and the body naturally
combats and seeks to repair the damage and protect
the skin by creating and releasing further melanin
into the skin's cells. With the production of
the melanin, the skin color darkens, but the
UVB in sunlight can also cause sunburn. The
tanning process can also be created by artificial
UV radiation, which can be delivered in frequencies
of UVA, UVB, or a combination of both.
are two different mechanisms involved in production
of a tan by UV exposure: Firstly, UVA radiation
creates oxidative stress, which in turn oxidises
existing melanin and leads to rapid darkening
of the melanin. UVA may also cause melanin to
be redistributed (released from melanocytes
where it is already stored), but its total quantity
is unchanged. Thus, the effect of UVA leads
to skin darkening, but this is only cosmetic
since it does not lead to greatly increased
production of melanin and therefore also to
little increase in protection against UVB, or
protection against sunburn.
the second process, triggered primarily by UVB,
there is an increase in production of melanin
which is the body's reaction to direct photodamage
(formation of pyrimidine
dimers) from UV radiation.
Melanogenesis leads to delayed tanning, and
first becomes visible about 72 hours after exposure.
The tan that is created by an increased melanogenesis
lasts much longer than the one that is caused
by oxidation of existing melanin, and is also
actually protective against UV skin damage and
sunburn, rather than simply cosmetic. However,
in order to cause true melanogenesis-tanning
by means of UV exposure, some direct DNA photodamage
must first be produced, and this requires UVB
exposure (as present in natural sunlight, or
sunlamps that produce UVB).
ultraviolet frequencies responsible for tanning
are often divided into the UVA
artificial source tanning bed
A (UVA) radiation is in the wavelength range
320 to 400 nm. It is present more uniformly
throughout the day, and throughout the year,
than UVB. UVA is not blocked by the ozone layer.
UVA causes the release of existing melanin from
to combine with oxygen (oxidize) to create the
actual tan color in the skin. It is blocked
less than UVB by many sunscreens, but is blocked
to some degree by clothing. UVA is known both
to cause DNA damage and to be carcinogenic.
However, it operates not by inducing direct
DNA damage, but by producing reactive
oxygen species which damage DNA indirectly.
UVA (see above) apparently induces a cosmetic
tan but little extra melanin protection against
sun damage, sun burn, or cancer.
B (UVB) radiation is in the wavelength range
280 to 320 nm. Much of this band is blocked
by the Earth's ozone layer, but some penetrates.
UVB does the following:
the formation of CPD-DNA
DNA damage) which in turn induces an
increased melanin production
more likely to cause a sunburn than UVA
as a result of overexposure. The mechanism
for sunburn and increased melanogenesis
Both are caused by the direct
DNA damage (formation of CPDs)
D in human skin
reduced by virtually all sunscreens in accordance
with their SPF
thought, but not proven, to cause the formation
and some types of skin cancer
skin aging (but at a far slower rate
the production of new melanin, which leads
to an increase in the dark-coloured pigment
within a few days.
behavior of different skin colors
person's natural skin color has an impact on
their reaction to exposure to the sun. An individual's
natural skin color can vary from a dark brown
to a nearly colorless pigmentation, which may
appear reddish due to the blood in the skin.
In 1975, Harvard dermatologist Thomas
B. Fitzpatrick devised the Fitzpatrick
scale which described the common tanning
behavior of various skin types, as follows:
light or pale
dark or "black"
avoid exposure to UVB and UVA rays, or in sunless
seasons, some people take steps to appear with
darkened skin. They may use sunless tanning
(also known as self-tanners); stainers which
are based on dihydroxyacetone
(DHA); bronzers, which are simply dyes;
tan accelerators, based on tyrosine
and psoralens. Some people use make-up
to create a tanned appearance
while others may get a tanned appearance by
wearing tan colored stockings or pantyhose.
sunless tanning products are available in the
form of creams, gels,
and sprays that are self-applied on the skin.
Another option is the use of bronzers, which
that provide temporary effects. There is also
a professional spray-on tanning option or “tanning
booth” that is offered by spas,
and tanning businesses.
tanning does not involve a color being sprayed
on the body, instead it uses a colorless chemical
which reacts with proteins in the top layer
of the skin, resulting in a brown color. The
two main active ingredients used in most sunless
tanners are dihydroxyacetone and erythrulose. The United States
and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved
the use of DHA spray tanning booths because
it has not received safety data to support this
specific use. DHA is a permitted color additive
for cosmetic use restricted to external application.
When used in a commercial spray tanning booth,
areas such as the eyes,
mucous membrane are exposed to the DHA which
is a non-permitted use of the product.
most common risk of exposure to ultraviolet
radiation is sunburn,
the speed and severity of which varies among
individuals. This can be alleviated at least
to some extent by the prior application of a
to ultraviolet radiation is known to cause skin
make skin age and wrinkle faster,
and impair the immune system.
Frequent tanning bed use triples the risk of
the deadliest form of skin cancer.
Agency for Research on Cancer places the
use of tanning beds in the highest cancer risk
category, describing them as carcinogenic to
humans, if used as the manufacturer recommends.
Tanning bed use under the age of 35 increases
melanoma risk by 87%. In Australia, 1 in 6 melanomas
in people aged 18 to 29 are caused by tanning
beds, and they have been attributed to an estimated
281 new melanomas a year, 43 melanoma-related
deaths, and 2,572 new cases of squamous cell
tanning activators use different forms of psoralen,
which are known to be photocarcinogenic.
Health authorities have banned psoralen since
home-made remedies are suggested to remove sun
tans including lemon juice, aloe
vera, raw potato, cucumber juice, etc.
promenade (1875) by Claude
Monet. End of 19th century in the upper
social class, people used umbrellas, long
sleeves and hats to avoid sun tanning effects.
history, tanning has gone in and out of fashion.
In the United States before about the 1920s,
tanned skin was associated with the lower classes,
because they worked outdoors and were exposed
to the sun. Women went to great lengths to preserve
pallid skin, as a sign of their "refinement".
outdoor clothing styles were tailored to protect
against sun exposure, with full length sleeves,
and other large hats, headscarves, and parasols
shielding the head. Women even went as far as
to put lead-based cosmetics on their skin to
whiten their skin tone.
However, when not strictly monitored these cosmetics
poisoning. Light-skinned appearance was
achieved in other ways, including the use of
to whiten skin, and lightening powders. The
preference for fair-skin continued until the
end of the Victorian
the early 20th century, the therapeutic benefits
of sunlight began to be recognised.
In 1903, Niels
Finsen was awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine
for his “Finsen Light Therapy”.
The therapy was a cure for diseases such as
vulgaris and rickets.
D deficiency was found to be a cause of
rickets disease, and exposure to the sun would
allow vitamin D to be produced in a person.
Therefore, sun exposure was a remedy to curing
several diseases, especially rickets. In 1910
a scientific expedition went to the island of
to test the wider health benefits of 'heliotherapy’,
and by 1913 'sunbathing' was referred to as
a desirable activity for the leisured class.
thereafter, in the 1920s, fashion-designer Coco
Chanel accidentally got sunburnt while visiting
Riviera. When she arrived home, she arrived
with a suntan and her fans apparently liked
the look and started to adopt darker skin tones
themselves. Tanned skin became a trend partly
because of Coco’s status and the longing for
her lifestyle by other members of society. In
addition, Parisians fell in love with Josephine
Baker, a “caramel-skinned” singer in Paris,
and idolised her dark skin. These two women
were leading figures of the transformation tanned
skin underwent, in which it became perceived
as fashionable, healthy, and luxurious.
Patou capitalised on the new tanning fad
launching the first suntan oil "Huile de Chaldee"
before the 1930s, sun therapy became a popularly
subscribed cure for almost every ailment from
simple fatigue to tuberculosis. In the 1940s,
advertisements started appearing in women’s
magazines which encouraged sun bathing. At the
same time, swimsuits' skin coverage began decreasing,
with the bikini
radically changing swimsuit style after it made
its appearance in 1946. In the 1950s, many people
used baby oil as a method to increase tanning.
The first self-tanner came about in the same
decade and was known as “Man-Tan,” although
it often led to undesirable orange skin.
in 1953, marketed their sunscreen by placing
blond girl and her cocker spaniel tugging on
her bathing suit bottoms on the cover of
their bottles; this is still the same advertisement
used today. In the latter part of the 1950s,
silver metallic UV reflectors were common to
enhance one’s tan.
1962, sunscreen commenced to be SPF
rated, although in the US SPF labeling was not
standardised by the FDA until 1978. In 1971,
introduced Malibu Barbie, which had tanned skin,
and her very own bottle of sun tanning lotion.
In 1978, both sunscreen
with an SPF 15 rating as well as tanning
beds first appeared. In 2009 there were
an estimated 50,000 outlets for tanning, whereas
in the 1990s there were only around 10,000.
The tanning business is a five-billion dollar
industry in the United States.
In China, darker skin is still considered by
many to be the mark of the lower classes. As
recently as 2012, in some parts of China, ski
masks were becoming popular items to wear
at the beach in order to protect the wearer's
face from the effects of the sun.
lines are regarded by many people to be
and embarrassing. Many people desire to avoid
creation of tan lines on those parts of the
body which will be visible when they are fully
clothed. Some people try to achieve an all-over
tan or to maximize their tan coverage. To achieve
an all-over tan, the tanner needs to dispense
with clothing; and to maximize covering, they
need to minimize the amount of clothing they
wear while tanning. For those women who cannot
dispense with a swimsuit, they at times tan
with the back strap undone while lying on the
front, or removing shoulder straps, besides
wearing swimsuits which cover less area than
their normal clothing. Any exposure is subject
to local community standards and personal choice.
Some people tan in the privacy of their backyard
where they can at times tan without
clothes, and some countries have set aside
swimming areas (also known as nude
beaches), where people can tan and swim
clothes-free. Some people tan topless,
and others wear very brief swimwear,
such as a microkini.
1969 innovation of tan-through
uses fabric which is perforated with thousands
of micro holes that are nearly invisible to
the naked eye, but which let enough sunlight
through to produce a line-free tan. Tan-through
swimsuits offer SPF protection of about 6, and
an application of full-strength sunscreen even
to the covered area is recommended. Rochester,
Kent chemical engineering company Alpencorp
declared a directly tan-through bikini in 1969.>
swimwear manufacturers Kiniki
introduced a tan-through bikini in 2009 that
used stretch adapted micro-pores to let UV light
In 2003 chemical company BASF
into bikinis for better UV
protection as wet clothes have reduced protection
against UV light. Made of Day-Glo
leopard skin polyamide
(nylon)-6 these bikinis have titanium
dioxide embedded and provide a variable
sunblock factor-80 for the beach and 15 for
a spring day.
Sanctuary Fabrics declared in 1991 a polymer
usable for bikinis that would block out the
levels harmful UV light while allowing enough
to get a tan. The resultant product was a flimsy
flesh-colored suit that allowed the sun's rays
to penetrate the garment.
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