For Best Results Before You Tan:
• Cleaned and moisturized skin tans best. Exfoliating and showering with natural (fragrance free/non-moisturizing) soap before tanning cleans the skin and balances skin tones for an even tan.
• Don’t’ Tan Dry!!! It is always best to apply a Tanning Accelerator. Please consult your Tanning Consultant for the best product for you and your budget.
• Check the Medications List or consult your physician. Some medications may affect photosensitivity.
• Understand your Skin Type. Not all skin types tan the same. For some skin types that may have difficulty tanning, we have several Sunless Tanning options.
• Protective eyewear is available for sale.
Many products we all use every day – such as makeup and perfume contain ingredients that can make your skin more susceptible to sunburn (photosensitive). Click here to view the full list of photosensitive medications.
Exposure to UV-light, whether indoors in a tanning bed or outside in the sun, is a stress factor for the skin and can have a drying effect. To maintain a healthy-looking skin and develop a beautiful tan, it is important to use a lotion that provides essential moisturization, plus nutrients and anti-oxidants that help counteract the environmental stress caused by UV-light. Lotions also help to smooth the surface layers of the skin to allow greater UV penetration for improved tanning results. Specially formulated indoor tanning lotions also provide advanced tanning technologies to aid the skin in developing a faster, darker tan.
No. We are a full service salon; our trained professionals use hospital grade sanitizer/ disinfectant to ensure a clean bed every time you tan.
Yes. The timers for the bed are controlled by the computer. The beds will stop at the correct time agreed upon by you and the professional.
No. The law strictly forbids doing more than one session per day
No. Any mineral oil-based product will discolor acrylic surface and are not designed for easy clean up and sanitizing.
Yes. High performance upgrade equipment can tan you faster, deeper, and tans last longer. In addition, there are many other features: upgraded cooling systems, specialized facial lamps, shoulder tanners, larger beds with more room, and more.
Yes! Eyewear protection is required by law. Your eyelids aren’t thick enough to provide protection and do not effectively block light while tanning. Approved eye protection is required to ensure you won’t have any ill effects such as reduced color vision or night blindness. Eye protection is available at our front counter for purchase.
You can tan in your bathing suit, underwear, or if you prefer a more “natural” approach, you can tan semi-nude or nude. Being in a private room while tanning – unlike at the beach or pool, you can wear whatever you like. Please be aware of exposing sensitive body parts that are not normally exposed to light. It is highly recommended that sensitive body parts be gradually exposed to prevent overexposure. It is also recommended to cover up a previously unexposed part of the body for part of your tanning time, so it can catch up safely with the rest of your tan. The only required attire is eye protection because your eyelids, even when they are closed, aren’t enough protection and light can cause temporary and permanent damage to them.
*** Equipment Varies by Location ***
•Quicker Session Times
•Better Face Tan – Adjustable Face Tanners
•Adjustable Cooling fans
• Better Bronzing
• Hand Rails Available
• Great for the Tallest Tanning Customer – 6.5 feet of Tanning Power
• Adjustable Cooling Fans