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March 22, 1986 - Image 103

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-22

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FOR SPRING '86...

• Scrub feet with a wet stiff
brush.
• Rub feet with a wet pumice
stone for a smoother finish.
• Push cuticles back gnetly
using around, smooth cuticle
pusher. Trim cuticles with a nail
clipper, removing thick dead
cuticles.
• Massage feet using a good
moisturizing cream.
• Apply polish. First using a
base coat, then two layers of
color polish, then a top coat.

HERE COMES THE SUN: A
West Coast trend that is making
its way eastward is the
controversial tanning salons.
Trish Lewis, owner of the
Acapulco Tanning Salon in West
Bloomfield, said she believes that
"there are so many factors
concerning tanning that I think
people should be cautious about
how they tan, and how much
UV-B (rays) they are getting to
have a healthy tan. Tanning
should be a slow process to be
healthy."
UV-B rays are the gas part of
the sun which is the aging factor,
the cancer factor and the burn
factor.
"Naturally, you should stick
with the lowest UV-B. Slower
tanning takes a little more time
but far more effective long-term
regarding any danger problems
that you can have from too much
exposure to UV-B."
Depending on which type of
salon you choose, beds or
booths, be aware that the UV-B
factors differ from salon to salon.
"A factor of 2.6 or 4.6 is too much
UV-B. It is extremely unhealthy
for the skin which will tan too fast,
burn and will cause skin cancer
after a long period of time. Every
dermatologist in the country will
agree with that," Lewis warns.

Following the session, Lewis
recommends using a tanning
lotion designed for beds to
moisturize the skin and the
preserve the healthy tanned look
longer.

KNITS IS IT!

\ kl IAN!

MARC ASIA

See the finest knits by Marcasiano and
other extraordinary designers

Exclusively at

511 North Woodward, Birmingham, MI 48011
258-5018 • Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-6

March 1986

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