One can find more information about home tanning form the following sources: Get Brown, Indoor Tanning, Self Tanning, SunFX, Maskcara, Skin Cancer, Tanning Beds, WikiHow, to name a few.
Sun tanning beds are definitely not safe. Most tanning salons are required to have a poster when you go in that warn you of the dangers of being exposed to light.
Wolff tanning beds are available through many places. However, when looking for used Wolff tanning beds, it might be a little more difficult finding one. First, try using Craigslist to see if anybody has one for sale. If not, at Wolf Tanning there are tanning beds by Wolf Tanning and are used.
Many Wolf tanning beds do use a high pressure tanning system, which makes them more effective in evenly distributing a tan, and also makes them more costly than regular beds.
In terms of using home tanning beds, doctors recommend you don't do it because of the size and fire hazard. You can read more at www.easy-tanning.com/tanningbeds/tanning-beds/home-tanning-beds/tan-yourself-at-home-with-a-home-tanning-bed.htm
yes. because the UV is more direct in tanning beds.
An Omega Plus tanning bed has more features than an Omega tanning bed. People use tanning beds for a quick tan.
yes , the SOHO tanning beds have cooling units for a more comfortable tan time.
Tanning beds are a potential danger for adults and probably even more so for children since their skin is more delicate. I would never recommend placing a child in a tanning bed.
Melanoma is the most dangerous form of skin cancer which is likely caused by UV rays from sunlight and tanning beds. You can find more information about this type of cancer by contacting the Skin Cancer Foundation.
Used Wolff tanning beds can be found online ranging from around $800-$1000. The price depends on the quality and condition of the tanning bed, and also when it was manufactured. Newer tanning beds tend to cost more.