No, you shouldn't. Just because you seem pale to someone do you want to harm your skin and health in general?
Learn to respond with dignity. Pale thin skin has always been a sign of aristocracy, and tanning is of low origin. So you say that you cannot cancel your aristocratic origin.
Everyone should not go to the solarium, especially people with pale skin. The WHO has officially recognized ultraviolet as a carcinogen, which means that it has been proven to cause cancer. And people with pale skin, light or red hair, freckles and many moles are especially susceptible to this.
Do not believe the fairy tales about vitamin D - to produce enough vitamin D, it is enough to spend 10-15 minutes in the shade with an open face and hands on a sunny day. And there is fish. All. This is the opinion of the candidate of medical sciences, onco-dermatologist, to whom I go. In addition, if you live in a big city, you always get enough ultraviolet radiation to form vitamin D - because there are ozone holes above megacities, which let all this harmful radiation through.
Why spoil your health? Melanoma is difficult to detect, it develops not only from moles, but it is very difficult to completely cure it, it gives metastases very quickly - melanoma has weak intercellular connections, therefore, malignant cells literally fly through the blood and lymphatic vessels, forming new tumor nodes throughout the body. / p>
There is no healthy tan. It is not useful to be irradiated with a carcinogen. Use sunscreen and stay healthy.