A US doctor has won the right to use his home-made tanning bed to treat his cancer patients.
The US patent was filed last week.
US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) spokesperson, Kelly Buell, said the patent was issued in August last year, and is now awaiting approval by the US Patent Office.
“It was a lot of hard work to get this done,” said Dr Richard Jaffe, a consultant in dermatology at New York University.
“He took a lot more than he needed and it worked.”
Dr Jaffe says Dr Jafri’s home tanning is one of the best he has used, and he plans to use it to treat people who are suffering from melanoma, the most common skin cancer.
Dr Jaffri started using his tanning beds in 2005 and now has more than 5,000 customers, according to Dr Jafeff.
He believes the invention will help people in a lot harder times.
“I’m very pleased,” Dr Jafa said.
“This has really made a big difference for me.
I don’t have to be afraid of having skin cancer, it’s not even bothering me.”
Dr Bueell said the tanning has a lot to offer, such as a natural glow, long-lasting and a lot less risk of infection.
“You don’t need to worry about skin cancer and you don’t risk getting infected, so it’s a very safe and effective product,” she said.
The patent describes a method of producing a “toxic” compound called lanolin.
The process involves heating a mixture of liquid lanolins and water to a temperature of about 160 degrees Celsius.
The lanolids are then added to a “dry” bath containing a solution of water, alcohol and a solution containing lanolidic acid.
At the end of the bath, the lanolides are allowed to settle to the bottom, forming a solid that is then heated to about 350 degrees Celsius, which produces the toxic compound.
The toxic compound can be used in various ways.
For example, it can be dissolved into the water for use in cooking, or added to cosmetics for cosmetic purposes.
The tanning solution can also be used as a cleaning solvent.
“If you are using a solvent, you want to get it as clean as possible,” Dr Buhl said.
Some companies are currently working on products that are similar to Dr Baffri’s tanning system.
However, Dr Baule says she believes the US patent is the best for now, and she hopes other tanning manufacturers will take notice.
“In the future, I would love to see more companies that are interested in making the product,” Dr Boettner said.
She said it was a big win for dermatology in the US, and could lead to other innovations.
“We have had a lot better tanning facilities in the States,” Dr Beuen says.
Now we can finally enjoy this wonderful product again.”