Does Regular Sunscreen Work in a Tanning Bed?

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Regular sunscreen works in a tanning bed in a way that it will provide you with ultraviolet A rays; which are able to shield your skin from destruction and it is maintained. The tanning bed is a process that works exactly as the sun and it provides the rays, which are the A rays and the B rays, which can destroy your skin, hence not recommended by the World Health Organisation.
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