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Sunbed Tanning Tips are to help you TAN SAFELY and get the DARKEST TAN POSSIBLE:
Look after you skin between sessions.


  • Determine your skin type.

  • Remove all forms of makeup and cosmetics.

  • Always wear a Tanning Cream! Always wear eye-protection!

  • A perfect tan does not happen in one session but needs to be achieved.

  • How often can you go - Depending on your skin color, in general the average person can develop a base tan in 3-6 sessions which then can be maintained with regular sunbed use.

  • Two/Three sessions a week should be enough to further deepen your tan in a safe and gentle manner.

  • If you simply want to maintain the tan you already have (for example, when you get back from holiday), then one/Two sessions a week will probably be enough.

  • It is very important to leave a minimum of 24 – 48 hours between each session so that your skin has the chance to rest and regenerate between sessions.

  • By caring for your skin in this way you can avoid burning or brown spots, which can happen if you spend too long on a sunbed.

  • Also, your tan will be a better colour and should last longer.



Tingle lotions do what they say on the tin – they give your skin a tingling sensation after applying the lotion. Why do they do this? Basically, the lotion brings the blood to the surface of your skin to boost the effect that UV rays have, thus allowing you to achieve a deeper, darker tan much quicker.
Tingle lotions are perfect for people who are looking to achieve an extremely deep tan and are not at all suitable for beginners. Be careful – as tingle lotions should not be used by people with sensitive skin.

Tip – Don’t be shocked if your skin is red after application, as it will be for roughly an hour or two . It may look like you’re sunburnt, but the redness will fade quickly.


With a diverse selection of lotions available, carefully reading each product’s label and understanding the terminology can give you a great advantage when picking the lotion perfect for you.

Hemp Seed Oil: Nourishes and moisturises your skin leaving it smooth and flawless.
Body Blush: For those who want a tingling effect, but have sensitive skin.
Anti-Aging: These lotions contain added vitamins help combat ageing skin.
Shimmer: These lotions contain glimmering additives to give your skin reflective properties for added glow.
Caffeine: Caffeine reduces puffiness and will also energise your skin.
Silicon: A moisturising mineral that will help condition skin.
Beta Carotene: AKA Vitamin A. It enhances pigment colouration in your skin.
DHA: A chemical ingredient that produces a brown colour when it comes into contact with skin. The higher the DHA, the darker the tan.
Vitamin E: Makes skin softer and will also reduce the visibility of lines and wrinkles.
Aloe Vera: Soothes and calms the skin.
Monoi De Tahiti Oil: Makes the skin softer and naturally protects it from the harmful effects of the sun and the sea salt.
Coconut Oil: Hydrates the skin to make it silky smooth.


Tanning salon use of sunbeds causes skin cancer – wrong – There is NO CONCLUSIVE SCIENTIFIC research to suggest that the use of sunbeds is accompanied with a higher risk of skin cancer.

Research has shown that in countries with the most annual sunshine, there are the fewest cases of Colon, Prostate and Breast Cancer – thus refuting the link between UV light and cancer CONVEYED by the MEDIA.


Some people are more at risk than others. Heredity plays a major role. If your mother, father, siblings, or children (first-degree relatives) have had a melanoma, you are part of a melanoma-prone family. Each person with a first-degree relative diagnosed with melanoma has a 50 percent greater chance of developing the disease than members of the general public who do not have a family history of the disease. If the cancer occurred in a grandmother, grandfather, aunt, uncle, niece, or nephew (second-degree relatives), there is still an increase in risk compared to the general population, though it is not as great.

☛There is no difference between natural sunlight and sunbeds; tanning salon sunbeds produce the same UV light as the sun.
☛Research has shown that in countries with the most annual sunshine, there are the fewest cases of Colon, Prostate and Breast
☛Cancer – thus refuting the link between UV light and Cancer conveyed by the media.
☛Scientific studies suggest that drinking red wine or other alcoholic beverages carries a greater cancer risk than tanning.
☛Sunbed use in itself has a number of health benefits. It is overexposure to UV light that causes health risks.


☛Tanning salon sunbed use can improve psychological wellbeing – it can increase confidence and self-esteem whilst also offering a source of relaxation.
☛It can help alleviate the symptoms of SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) or Winter Blues. Many people experience depressive symptoms during Winter and these symptoms can be reduced through moderate sunbed use.
☛Sunbed UV light helps to improve various skin conditions like Psoriasis, Eczema and Acne.
☛The pleasant warming effect of sunbed treatments can soothe muscular aches and pains and help alleviate the discomfort associate with Rheumatism and Arthritis.
☛Tanned skin protects you against sunburn, (SUNBURN is thought to be the main cause of melanoma). By using sunbeds, where the level of UV can be controlled, the risk of sunburn can be minimised.
☛Using a tanning salon before your holiday can help the skin to develop a tan and thereby minimise the risk of sunburn while on holiday.
☛Perhaps the greatest benefit of tanning salon sunbed use is its link to Vitamin D


It is OVEREXPOSURE that causes the health risks. In moderation sunbed use is good for you.

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