Baby k tanning has been around since the 1960s and is widely used in the United States.
But in the last 20 years, many people have been concerned about the safety of the tanning process.
Now, an Australian study has shed light on the process and the results could have big health implications.
“It’s not only about making babies look younger, it’s about creating a healthier, stronger skin,” said Dr Tara Loy, a dermatologist at University of Western Australia’s School of Medicine and Dentistry.
“This study shows there’s a significant benefit for skin health from this procedure.”
The study, published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, looked at the effectiveness of tanning and skin health in baby k-tans using an artificial melanin system.
Dr Loy said it was possible the skin could become more healthy as a result of the process, but it was not clear whether the procedure would cause any permanent changes.
“The biggest issue with the skin is the pigment in the skin, the pigments are all around the skin,” she said.
She said that if there were any problems, they could be related to the skin not being treated correctly.
“We think the biggest problem with these types of procedures is the way that they are performed, and that the procedure itself is so dangerous,” Dr Loy explained.
Baby k-tanning is also known as the “babysitting” process.
The process involves the baby wearing a special plastic baby boot that is fitted to her feet and toes, which is covered with a special silicone layer that prevents the skin from drying out.
After being put through the boot, the baby is allowed to wear the boot for 24 hours.
While the process of skin preparation was similar to a toddler’s boot, it was designed to help prevent skin problems.
When the skin was dry, the skin would be rubbed with a sponge and water to make sure there was no more damage to the plastic.
Once the baby’s skin was ready for the skin to be put on, the process would begin.
According to the study, babies could be given three sessions per day.
In the first session, they would receive two sessions with a moisturiser, a moisturising cream, a mask and a moisturizer and the skin conditioner.
Next, they were given a mask to mask the appearance of any problems that were occurring and a conditioner to help them stay hydrated.
And then, they continued the process on their own, although with some modifications.
If the baby didn’t need a mask, they had to use the moisturiser on the baby with the baby k tan skin, as well as using the moisturising creams on their baby.
At the end of the three sessions, they needed to wash off the excess skin using a wet towel and rinse off the skin with a soft cloth.
On average, babies wore the skin for around five hours, Dr Low said.
“I would recommend that for most people this is a good start, but if the skin isn’t as dry as you would like, then it’s important to go back to the pre-tanners and see how they do it,” Dr. Loy added.
Another study looked at how babies looked after wearing the k-Tan.
As a control, baby k tans were worn for 10 minutes at the end.
There was no difference in skin health between the two groups.
Dr Loyle said that while there were many things that could have been done to make the procedure safer, there were benefits in having babies wear the baby boot for the first time.
For the skin that had been soaked with the boot to get rid of excess skin, there was less breakage, she said, and babies would need to use more moisturising.
“This is a very simple, safe, effective method of getting the skin back on,” Dr, Loyle told ABC Radio Melbourne.
It was not possible to say if the procedure had a positive or negative impact on skin health.
This article originally appeared on Fox News.