Is it safe to go tanning in a tanning bed everyday just until i get a good tan then like once a week?
i don't think it would hurt you but its very risky..you could easily get skin cancer...u should probably minimize it to every other day
Temporary Tanning is a nick name for sunless tanning. Some sunless tanning is done in booths at salons and some is done at home with sunless tanning products. The most popular are by California Tan. There has been a new product just released by Designer Skin called One Night Stand which has rapidly become among the most popular options because it lasts only until you wash it off and it sets in just ten minutes.
The tanning bed naturally replicates sunlight so you get the full benefits of natural Vitamin D absorption just by laying in atanning bed instead of heading outdoors http://www.tanninzone.com/tanning-salon-davenport-blog/83-benefits-of-artificial-tanning-why-tanning-beds-are-actually-good-for-you.html
In a tanning bed, the ultraviolet rays enter your body and reflect off of each other (similar to a microwave). Hopefully everything is alright, but I would not continue tanning for the duration of your pregnancy. Indoor tanning is VERY DANGEROUS at the best of times. The harmful rays damage your skin. Stop the tanning immediately. If you haven't over done the tanning sessions, everything should be ok. NO MORE...
This is just my personal opinion. I usually tan after I take a shower because I feel like when I shave my legs after tanning that I'm shaving the tan off. I use a lotion that smells good after tanning and the salon I go to has deodorant in the rooms that I use when I get out. I also feel like a get a better tan because the shower opens my pores.
You can purchase tanning beds made for especially for the home. They carry the same UVB and UVA protection as those made for tanning salons.You can tan in the comforts of your own home, but remember, tanning can come with a cost to your skin and health, just as it does under the natural rays of the sun!