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Is there such a thing as a tanning addiction?

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  • “I have been hearing a lot about Parabens lately - are they safe?”
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  • “What’s the difference between chemical and physical sunscreens, and can you give me specific ingredient examples?”
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  • “I keep hearing the word nanotechnology. What is it?”
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  • “What ingredients should we avoid using on pregnant women? Is it safe to use essential oils on clients who are pregnant or breast-feeding”
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  • “Recently I read an article on Dr. Oz Show.com on tanning. In this article he said to avoid self-tanners because the browning ingredients may damage the DNA in skin cells. Is this true of the ingredient DHA? He also frowns upon spray tanning micro particles, which can be inhaled. What do you think?”
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  • “What are the ingredients in soap? I want to tell my clients what to look for so they buy soap-free products.”
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  • “I am a skin therapist and owner of a treatment center. I had a new client last week come in for facial waxing. During the consultation she told me her dermatologist said to use Hydrogen Peroxide on her face. She doesn't use a cleanser or a moisturizer – just Hydrogen Peroxide. Her skin is sensitized, dry and flaking. Why would he recommend this? ”
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  • “Is there such a thing as an addiction to tanning?”
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  • “Should I be concerned about the toxicity of chemical sunscreens (such as Octinoxate, etc.)?”
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  • “What is an organic sunscreen, and is it better?”
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