I am addicted to the tanning bed and even tried tanning injections
A mother shared her level of addiction to tanning and admitted that she uses a sunbed every day and even turned to tanning injections, which shocked her family and friends.
22-year-old mother Lauren Nicole Thompson (Lauren Nicole Thompson) said that she started tanning addiction when she was in school, and her extreme bronzing efforts shocked her school friends.
Lauren appeared in the BBC’s Tanarama (a documentary series about self-identified tan addicts). She explained that when she grows up, she will accompany her mother while using the sunbed and dreams that one day she can use it by herself they.
According to reports, at the height of her addiction, she admitted that she used a sunbed every day mirror.
In the show, Lauren said: “Once, I used a sunbed for 10 minutes every day.
“I will go to school and my friends will say,’My God.’ When you think you need one, it will come to your mind.”
Lauren admitted that if she hadn’t attended a meeting on the sunbed the night before, she would never go out overnight, and had previously turned to tanning injections to enhance her golden light.
The tanning injection made her suffer from a kidney infection.
This injection mimics a hormone in the body, which causes the skin to produce a pigment called melanin, which is currently illegally sold in the UK.
Cancer Research UK The warning states that tanning injections are unlicensed and unregulated, which means they may contain harmful chemicals.
according to Health hotlineJust like sunbeds, tanning injections also have a risk of skin cancer.
They are also related to renal failure, erectile dysfunction, and may cause side effects such as nausea, loss of appetite, and drowsiness.
Is tanning injection safe?
According to Cancer Research UK, tanning injections are considered unsafe due to unlicensed and unregulated use. They are currently illegal for sale in the UK.
What are the side effects of tanning injections?
- Loss of appetite
What are the risks of using tanning injections?
- skin cancer
- Erectile dysfunction
- Renal Failure
Lauren is aware of these dangers, but chooses to use them, she said: “When you are tanning, although it sounds bad, you don’t care.”
Lauren-the mother of a three-month-old daughter-revealed that she first started fake tanning at the age of 18 because she wanted “a little bit of color” to make her “naturally pale” skin glow.
However, she admitted that she was indeed overly addicted at times and found some old photos of her. Her tan looks heavier and darker, which is “ridiculous”.
Today, Lauren is trying to avoid sunbeds, but tends to rely on spray tanning to meet her needs for tanning.
BBC Tanarama can be viewed on BBC iPlayer.
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