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Is indoor tanning more dangerous than outdoor tanning?

Indoor tanning clients are exposed to a scientifically controlled dosage of UV light, which is formulated to tan you whilst minimising your risk of sunburn. This kind of control is virtually impossible outdoors due to all weathers natural variables (seasonality, time of day, geography, weather, the thinning ozone layer etc. As sunburn is the main risk factor for skin damage it is actually safer and smarter to tan indoors where it is a controlled environment.

Our machines conform to: CEI EN 60335-1(1997) Safety and household and similar electrical appliances. CE EN 60335-2-27 (1998) Particular requirements for appliances.

How does your skin tan?

Basically, it works the same indoors as it does outdoors. Ultraviolet rays penetrate your skin causing different reactions. UVA (tanning rays) and UVB (burning rays) are emitted by the sun as well as by our tanning lamps. UVB is commonly referred to as the burning ray because it is more intense than UVA and is responsible for sunburn. Our tanning lamps emit more UVA and much less UVB than the sun, which is the best tanning combination.

Although UVB is responsible for overexposure it is necessary in acquiring a tan. UVB stimulates melanocyte (pigment cells) in your skin to produce melanin (pigment). The melanin absorbs UVA to keep it from reaching deeper, more sensitive layers, of the skin. UVA oxidises, or darkens, the melanin forming a tan. This whole process is the body’s own natural defence against sunburn.

By controlling the type and amount of UV light you receive in a Bronze sun bed, there’s no doubt that this is the best place to acquire a tan.

Do tanning accelerators really work?

Quite simply, yes! These lotions help you tan faster, moisturise and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. By supplying your skin with needed vitamins, minerals, amino acids and moisture, these lotions can help you tan up to 67% better than using no lotion at all. By using lotions you can tan faster in less sessions with less UV exposure = safer, smarter tanning!

Choose a good quality lotion when tanning. Get the best quality product that you can afford. Exposure to UVA can cause skin to dry up. A high quality tanning lotion can help prevent and reduce these effects.

Tanning Guidelines

follow the tanning consultant’s advice

Always follow the advice and instructions from the staff of the tanning studio. These consultants know the ins and outs about indoor tanning, how your skin reacts on UV light and its, and therefore they can give you valuable information about indoor tanning. Equally important is that these consultants have experience with the tanning device you’re about to use.

wear eye protection

It is essential that you wear eye protection/goggles during any UV exposure from a tanning machine. If you don’t do this continued exposure could damage your retina and lead to other eye issues such as cataracts. 

use a lotion

A good tanning lotion protects your skin from ageing. Specific moisturisers, bronzers and accelerators are formulated to enhance the skin’s reaction to UV light and to maintain moisture.

There are many special tanning lotions on the market, specially developed for indoor tanning. When you use a tanning lotion, do not shower 60 – 90 minutes after the session. This allows your skin to maximise the results of the cream. Tanning lotion should be applied liberally to all areas as desired. It is safe to use in sensitive areas as well.

However, avoid eye contact because that can be painful. Although these tanning lotions give excellent results when used in conjunction with indoor tanning systems, they do not protect against sunlight. Therefore, never use indoor tanning lotions as a sunblock.

Similarly, don’t use outdoor sun tanning products with an SPF-filter when stepping inside an indoor tanning device.

never exceed the tanning time

To prevent overexposure never exceed the recommended tanning time. The tanning time depends on your skin type and the type of UV lamps inside the device. If you’re not sure about how long your tanning session should take, please ask your studio’s attendant. A good rule of thumb is not to overdo it and listen to your body. If your skin becomes irritated, then for the next time you should cut back the session.

know where the stop button is

Immediately stop the tanning session if your skin reacts strangely, for instance, if you get a rash, itch or start to burn rapidly. Therefore you should be sure that you know where the stop button is on the tanning device. It would be best if you looked for this stop button before you start the session.

take care of areas that don’t get regularly exposed to sunlight

These areas cannot be exposed to UV light for a long time because they get sunburned quickly. Therefore it is important to start with a session of a couple of minutes and slowly increase the tanning time in the following sessions. Make sure you will not get sunburned on these areas. And you can also use tanning lotion on these sensitive, not frequently exposed areas.

stick to the tanning intervals

Your skin needs time to utilise UV exposure from the sun as well as from the tanning device. The melanocytes in your skin namely need time to produce melanin which gives your skin that tan colour. Thus, keep intervals of 48 hours between sessions.

What is TanTrack?

TanTrack tanning salon software was developed to allow the tanning salon to keep track of your tanning client account and information, it is continuously backed up to the cloud, so you know your tanning package is safe and secure. We are able to tell you when you last came for a tanning session, with the date and time, your last tanning duration, which tan can you used last and how many minutes you have remaining on your tanning package