Indoor tanning beds are used for artificially tanning the skin. Limited exposure to sunlight makes the skin healthy because it absorbs vitamin D from UV rays. However exposure to sunlight for a long period increases the danger of sunburn. Tanning is useful in avoiding sunburn as it is your bodys natural way to protect against it.
Indoor tanning beds come in a variety of prices and designs. You should choose the one suitable for your skin type. Tanning beds use bulbs for providing UV rays. The intensity of the bulbs can be altered according to your need.
Indoor tanning using tanning beds is the way to get a moderate tanning from which you can get maximum benefits. Tanning beds provide a way to moderate tanning because you can control the amount of UV light. That kind of control is not possible outdoors because the intensity of light depends on a lot of factors such as season, time of day, reflective surface, altitude etc. Indoor tanning beds can be regulated to act differently on different type of skin providing the maximum benefit of tanning.
Too much exposure to UV radiation can be harmful and UVB rays can cause sunburn which in turn can cause skin cancer. It is therefore advisable to use professional tanning facilities and approved and tested tanning beds.
In tanning saloons tanning sessions are done by schedules present on the equipment. The tanning bed takes into account the type of skin and intensity of light which minimizes the risk of sunburn.
Indoor tanning beds can help in…
1. Tanning your skin which minimizes the risk of sunburn.
2. Maximizing the benefits of getting a tan that best suits your type of skin.
Moderate sun exposure is the best way to maximize the potential benefits of being in sun light.
It also advisable to also use tanning beds in moderation, making sure that there is professional and knowledgeable staff that will be able to advise you on the best way to use a tanning bed.
The advise given here is for home use as well as use in a tanning saloon.