Yes, as are virtually all other goods and services. The tanning lights require energy, as does the building they are housed in. This energy is often derived from coal, a dirty fuel that emits a lot of carbon dioxide into the air. This CO2 contributes to global warming. Additionally, the service will generally require water, and transportation of individuals to and from the salon with cars (which again, require fuel). Unfortunately, nearly all human activity is bad for the environment.
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