ESA actively engages with EU policy-makers to define and implement operating standards in sunbed services across Europe, ensuring the highest possible level of safety.
The European Sunlight Association promotes and finances research on the positive and negative effects of UV exposure.
ESA has developed a European Code of Conduct to guarantee that tanning studios are providing safe and responsible tanning.
The European Sunlight Association (ESA) represents national associations and individual companies. ESA currently has 26 members from 18 countries, of which 16 are EU countries.
In this interview, European Sunlight Association (ESA) spokesman Gary Lipman reflects on the imbalanced reporting of UV exposure, which the ESA believes is demonising sunshine and contributing to reduced levels of Vitamin D […]continue reading
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