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Have pink spots on back soon after getting out of tanning bed. Reason?

Hi. I have noticed that when I tan in the tanning bed , I get 2 bright pink spots (one on the right side and left side of my upper back near by shoulder blade) that do not tan. They are only bright pink right after I get out of the bed, then when I check a few hours later, it is just light/skin colored (not tan). This happened last year when I tried to tan too. What causes this and should I be concerned?
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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hello user,
So according to your history, you had seen 2 symmetrical points on your shoulder blade that do not tan !!!

I think its due to reason that , those two points were more in contact with your tanning bed, to that two points have been differently treated by the tanning bed !!!

There is no need to worry about that, just try to change your positions in the bed (if possible) !!!

hope my info helped you
Dr Hari Om Chandrakar
Answered: Wed, 12 Jun 2013
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