Safe Indoor Tanning Tips

Are you heading to the beach or is this the year you are going to have a nice tan with no lines?

Tanning beds have become the choice of many for the best way to get a perfect tan. Tanning beds do keep you from staying too long in the sun and the harmful UV rays. The tips listed below are to support you in getting the dark tan you want the safe way with tanning salons.

Some people think tanning beds do damage to your skin. Done correctly tanning beds can support healthy skin care.

The first step in getting a tan is building your base tan. You can’t just jump into using a tanning bed. This is important to find a knowledgeable tanning salon where then can instruct you based on your skin type on time and frequency to build a safe base tan.

The more fair your skin the less time you want to make each visit to the tanning bed. Your skin will be more susceptible to the tanning rays and that works the same for the sun. Also, important for everyone to wear goggles while tanning.

Moist skin tans better than dry skin, so use a good sunless tanning lotion for optimal dark tan. Most people don’t use enough lotion. Don’t be afraid to really moisturize your skin before using the tanning bed. Look for a tanning moisturizer that has tyrosine an amino acid as one of the key ingredients. Tyrosine supports the pigmentation of your skin.

Indoor Tanning Salon Basics

So, the summer beach season is coming soon and you want the perfect tan. You can start sitting outside spending hour after hour hoping that the sun hits you just right for that balanced tan, or you head to the tanning salon. For those that want to chose the latter to make sure they have the perfect tan listed below are the basics you need to know before your first indoor tan.

Tanning beds use a similar wavelength of light to UV rays from the sun. The tanning bed rays over time change the pigment of your skin and you get the natural tan look you want.

The advantage of using a tanning bed is that you can get an even tan, and you can control how long and how often you expose your skin to rays. To get a sun tan outside takes more time and more exposure to UV rays from the sun. Every indoor tanning session is a measured amount of time you control to build a great looking tan.

Before your first tan at a salon you want two key pieces. First, you will want an excellent indoor tanning lotion to maximize your results. The second and very important item you will need is tanning bed goggles to protect your eyes from the light rays.

Tanning beds allow you to relax while you tan. You have already set a timer so you will know when it is time to be done. Outside you have to worry when it is time to turn and if shade is hitting part of your body that causes and uneven tan and tan lines.

When you get to the tanning salon talk to the staff about your skin type for the appropriate time length and interval for your tanning schedule. The staff will also support you with understanding the different UV outputs and UV strengths of different tanning beds.