The Risks :
There are clearly significant risks to tanning outside. If your skin is particularly fair and light-hued, then you really should essentially never be outside without sunblock. And even if your skin is fairly dark, you are not protected from wrinkles, sunspots, and worse.you should be always protecting your skin with broad-spectrum high-SPF sunscreen. This will provide the greatest amount of protection from skin cancer.
Some researchers have found that those with greater amounts of sun exposure have significantly lower rates of diabetes, high blood pressure, breast cancer, pancreatic cancer, and other major health issues. Yes, melanoma risk is elevated, but melanoma is relatively rare. If the researchers are correct, and sun exposure does, in fact, reduce risks of diabetes, heart disease, and the like, the net benefit of tanning is enormous!