I’m addicted to tanning beds and get slammed for my dark glow – I don’t care, I look way better

A TANNING bed addict has shown off her skin before and after getting her bronze glow – but has been criticised for promoting the procedure.

TikTok user @idaconnors2 revealed her very dark tan in various poses after going on the beds.

She wrote: “I’m like a different person.”

In her before shot, Ida used the sick emoji as she showed off her natural skin, and then showed the finished result where she looked extremely dark.

Ida clearly preferred her deep tan as she used the chef’s kiss pinched fingers emoji for the after shots.

Although some people praised her look, others said she looked better before and warned of the dangers.

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One said: “Not gonna lie but you look better before the sun beds.”

Another added: “Please be careful… skin cancer is a killer, some really good tanning products out there now without harming your skin.”

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And a third wrote: “Looks lovely , my friend was like that , sadly developed skin cancer.”

The NHS warns against using sunbeds due to them emitting ultraviolet (UV) rays that increase your risk of developing skin cancer.

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The website states: "Many sunbeds give out greater doses of UV rays than the midday tropical sun.

"People who are frequently exposed to UV rays before the age of 25 are at greater risk of developing skin cancer later in life.

"Sunbeds, sunlamps and tanning booths give out the same type of harmful radiation as sunlight."

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