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Tanning Bed

Before we start, remember that if you have photosensitive skin, light pigmentation or a history of skin problems, then tanning beds are probably not for you. Having said that, the key factor that governs the quality of use are the tanning bed lights or bulbs that your tanning bed has. The number of tanning bed lights, the power of each light and the format of the tanning bed itself all play an integral role in determining the effectiveness. Fewer the tanning bulbs, lesser the power, more the time taken to tan but considerably lower skin reactions. So choose the tanning bed lights depending on your skin complexion and texture.

Secondly, exposure in tanning beds needs to be consistently spread in time with equal-timed doses. As a tanning bed tip, this is probably not as commonly understood and practiced as it should be. Changes in skin complexion are a gradual process and therefore any break in the regularity of the exposure might set you back on the tanning time-cycle. Ensure that in each of these doses, you follow recommended directions of use for the particular tanning bed that you are using.

And of course, no tanning bed tips would be complete without a mention of tanning bed lotions, pillows, goggles and apparel. The most obvious choice of these accessories is to go with the ones that make you feel comfortable while maintaining the safety requirement of tanning bed use. While people get swayed by discounted lotions, cheap goggles etc, we recommend that you go for a certified and branded product in any of these categories. The right lotion for the right skin will give your body the dream tanned look you have always wanted. Go ahead, use these tanning bed tips and make tanning memorable for you!!