It is not a good idea at all to be spending your time in a tanning bed. Little do people know that laying in a tannig bed gives you a 60% chance of cancer due to the harmful rays used during the tanning process. The best was to get a tan is to go to the beach for a natural healthy tan.
Tanning beds can hold up to 250 pounds. An advanced version tanning bed can hold up to 400 pounds because they are wider.
you are not laying on your sides so you are only tanning the front and back
Laying under a tanning lamp or sun bed is definitely not a safe alternative to laying out in the sun. You should avoid this and use a self tanner because it causes cancer.
NO!! They wouldn't be legal. You're Not going to fry your ovaries by tanning in a bed. However you boobs might burn. Who ever told you about that is an idiot. Just saying.
Well yeas and no. Tanning beds are one of the leading causes of skin cancer in the world. So in directly yes if you are a regular tanning bed user. But it can't kill you just being in it once or twice.
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 outdoorshttp://www.tanninzone.com/tanning-salon-davenport-blog/83-benefits-of-artificial-tanning-why-tanning-beds-are-actually-good-for-you.html
A tanning bed might not come on when there is a nuke or when the tanning bed is broken. lol
Yes, because they are gaining in popularity. The reason for this is, one can achieve a tan more quickly in the stand-up versus the laying down. It is also a more clean and personally hygienic method than laying in a tanning bed. http://www.ehow.com/stand-up-tanning-beds/
It is laying in bed
Most tanning bed manufacturers offer a special cleaner to clean your tanning bed with. Spray it on, wipe down thoroughly, and make sure you get BOTH sides of the tanning bed.
No--tanning in a stand up bed is actually less harmful to a baby when you compare it to tanning in a lay down bed. Make sure to get a doctors consent before tanning in a bed while pregnant though.
Tanning bed parts can be found online quite easily. The following websites carry tanning beds and tanning bed parts: TANPARTS, Sunal Parts, Master Tanning, SUNCO Tanning, Amazon, and on eBay.
Getting a safe tan from a tanning bed may be somewhat of an oxymoron. However, if you are determined to use a tanning bed, limit your time in the tanning bed and ensure your salon follows FDA regulations.
Nowhere. A tanning bed uses UV lamps.
Yes if that is the voltage that the tanning bed is required to use.
Canopy tanning beds consist of a canopy with many UV lamps mounted onto it, it does not require you to lie down and be isolated like the regular tanning bed, with a canopy tanning bed you can be in any comfortable position.
Yes...close the lid of the tanning bed to get the full effects of the tanning bulbs. Leaving the tanning bed open will not produce the desired effects. The tanning beds are designed to have the lid closed to tan your body evenly.
Tanning beds don't actually use glass. Glass blocks UV light, so this would be counterproductive. The "glass" in a tanning bed is actually plexiglass, which is quite durable plastic like material.
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You should wear tanning lotion when on a tanning bed because these lotions that you buy at the salon help you absorb the tan better.
yes , its advisable to unplug a tanning bed when not in use.
The only way to no for certain would be to locate the service records for th tanning bed.
well tanning in a bed can sometimes made you have skin cancer or serious damage to the skin tanning outside is way more safer.
Plexiglass is used to make the bed portoin of the tanning bed.
You must be over the age of 18 to use a tanning bed in England.