Posted January 23, 2019 09:17:17 If you’ve ever wondered when to go tanning in Texas, now is your chance.
State health officials have officially issued an official tanning schedule for the first quarter of 2019.
The timing is important because this year marks the first year of the state’s new tanning regulations.
The new guidelines are expected to help prevent a new wave of tanning deaths and serious injuries in the Lone Star State.
Here are some of the more important health changes the new rules will affect: The sun is no longer allowed on the skin.
The sun may not be allowed in any public areas, including at beaches and parks, except in designated sunshades.
Tanners will be required to wear sunscreen at all times.
Tanned skin will no longer be covered in clothing and must remain in a tanning bed until the sun has completely covered it.
A tanning bathtub can now be purchased for $40, up from $30 previously.
Tannen alcohol, an alcohol used to treat acne and burn scars, will no long be permitted in the tanning area.
Tanna and tanning alcohol will be removed from the store shelves by the end of the month.
All products made with tannen or tanning oil, including lotions, toners, and sunscreens, will now be limited to 100 milligrams per ounce, up to a maximum of 1,000 milligram per ounce.
The state has also banned the sale of alcohol and tobacco, and will no more sell alcoholic beverages.
“Texas is a very safe state and this is the first step towards a safer environment,” said state Sen. Mike Kelly, R-Lubbock.
“This new policy is another step towards protecting Texans from the harmful effects of tanbing and other harmful UV rays.
The changes will not only make the sun safer, but will also allow us to get a handle on the rising incidence of sunburns and other skin conditions that are affecting our state.”
Tanners must have a tanner’s license to operate a tannery in Texas.
It is still illegal to sell, possess, or provide tanning services to anyone under the age of 18.
If you are under the legal age, you must obtain a taner’s license before you can apply for a permit to operate.
Anyone over the age 18 can purchase a tan in the state for $100, but it is not legal to buy a tan or to sell it for money.
Tana is also banned from using any tanning beds or other equipment in the sun without the consent of the local health department.
In the first two years of the new guidelines, Tana and tanner oil are only allowed in designated public areas.
The Department of Health will not be issuing new licenses for tanning until April 2019.
In addition, there will be no tanning rooms or tannery equipment in schools.
State officials say that the new policy will help reduce tanning-related injuries and deaths.
“Tanners are at risk of injury and death when they operate in the public areas of tannery facilities,” said Dr. John R. O’Neil, Director of the Texas Department of State Health Services.
“The safety of Texans is our number one priority, and our commitment to prevent tanning is a major part of that.”
Health officials are also urging people to keep their tanning licenses in the back of their car while driving in Texas to help protect them from potential injuries.
The rules also prohibit tanning on private property.
“You can’t bring your car in to your tannery,” said Randal Rader, a licensed tannery owner in Houston.
“It’s going to be very hard to get into the car without being escorted, and it’s going