British have become less likely to visit the solarium because of the appearance of Trump
The British stopped attending the solarium for fear of looking like US President Donald Trump. The results of the survey were published by The Independent.
According to the newspaper, the appearance of the president can reduce the risk of skin cancer in the United Kingdom, as its inhabitants now prefer a natural color, rather than an "orange coating" on the face and "panda circles". About this researchers were reported by almost three-quarters of UK residents who gathered or regularly visited solariums.
Eight out of ten respondents aged 55 to 64 years said that Trump's unnatural skin color demotivated them to tan by artificial means. These thoughts are attended by 75 percent of women and 69 percent of men.
Family doctor Christy Lau warned that artificial sunburn speeds up the aging process of the skin and damages its cells, which leads to cancerous formations. "The fact that the president has white circles under his eyes, says that he is sunbathing in glasses, but this is not enough," she added.
According to the World Health Organization, ultraviolet radiation can lead to skin cancer. Annually in the world there are about 132 thousand cases of melanoma, the most aggressive form of the disease. It is dangerous because metastases appear very quickly and spread through the blood and lymph throughout the body, causing the development of secondary cancerous tumors.