Tanning Tips

Tanning Tips
Indoor tanning lotions can help you achieve a darker tan. They are formulated to maximise the skins absorption of ultraviolet light, while retaining moisture. Moist skin tans more quickly and efficiently than dry skin, saving you time and money.

Avoid sunburn - sunburn is the enemy associated with permanent skin damage.

Learn your skin type - knowing your skin type will help you prevent overexposure.

Protect your skin - Moisturize your skin! The heat and light from tanning sessions can dry your skin. Because moist skin tans best, we recommend you moisturize before and after each tanning session to get the most out of each visit. Never tan without using an indoor tanning lotion. Today's indoor tanning lotions are bio-engineered to maximize the results of your tanning visit while increasing the quality & life of your tan.

Protect your eyes - Indoor tanners must wear the tanning goggles provided.

Protect your lips - They do not produce melanin and will burn easily unless you protect them with lip balms or sunscreens.

If you plan to tan in the nude, cover previously unexposed areas for the majority of your tanning time for the first few visits. Gradually increase exposure to these areas until they catch up with the rest.

Check your medication - some medications sensitize skin to UV light which may cause an itch or rash.
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