Can radiation from UV lamps causes cancer?
It should be a widespread myth that radiation from UV lamps can cause cancer. Is this myth believable? If it really can cause cancer, how should we avoid it when using UV lamps? Don’t worry, your nail supply expert Maryton will give you ideas.
In fact, the radiation you are exposed to in an ultra violet light UV lamp is the same as the radiation you are exposed to outdoors – these are UVA rays. These rays can cause premature skin aging and even cancer. But that doesn’t stop us from sunbathing.
The light in the lamp is very weak, and in such an amount you will have to use it a lot for skin cancer to start showing. Specifically, the UVA radiation in the lamp should be 7.5 times stronger to bring about some changes.
Thanks to this information we know that we must wear sun protection and not abuse it. You can apply a tanning cream to your hands about 20 minutes before using the UV or LED lamp or use special gloves.
OK! I am sure you already know that excessive use of UV lamps can cause cancer. In addition, I advise you to invest in a complete professional manicure kit to care for your nails!
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