Depending on your skin type it can take from 6-20 consecutive sessions to give you a good base tan. How long it takes to get a tan also depends on whether or not you use a professional indoor tanning lotion to maximize the results from UV exposure.
Eye protection available at Bronzeado blocks 99.9% of UVB light and 99.9% of UVA light. It is very important to use tanning goggles as your eyelids are too thin to block UV light, and this can lead to both temporary and long term damage to your eyes,
Yes. Your skin tans when it is exposed to UV light. An indoor tanning unit produces the same UV light as the sunshine outdoors. The difference is that indoor tanning is a controlled environment as where outdoors it can be difficult to judge the strength and intensity of the sun based on the time of year, the atmosphere, and your location.
Lotion is so important to the health of your skin. Dry skin reflects light, moisturized skin absorbs light. Salon only indoor tanning lotions contain tanning accelerators to give you a quicker and darker tan, they also contain antioxidants and moisturizers to keep your skin hydrated, soft, and smooth.
Your body reliably and easily produces vitamin D from sunshine, UVB specifically. Indoor tanning units emit UVB which mean you can make vitamin D in a tanning bed. Research has shown that tanners have a higher vitamin D blood level than non tanners.
No. Your tan comes from the UV in the lamps, not the heat, that is just a by product. Each sunbed has a cooling system to cut down on too much heat build up.
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