Bronzer beds can provide a longer lasting, darker tan than regular tanning beds, but may require multiple sessions to do so.
A tanning bed is a type of tanning bed that provides a darker tan that lasts longer than the tan obtained from regular tanning beds. These results, however, are achieved through multiple sessions. Many people use this type of tanning machine because of the kind of tanning it can help them get and also because tanning in a tanning bed is much less likely to result in sunburn than tanning in a regular bed. .
Both sunbathing and suntan lotion can damage your skin and age prematurely.
A key difference between a tanning bed and a tanning bed is the type of lamp used in the machine and the types of ultraviolet (UV) rays the lamps produce. Another important difference is the percentages of the various types of ultraviolet rays that the lamps produce. Both types of tanning machines include a row of lamps at the bottom of the bed where tanners rest during sessions and a row of lamps at the top of the machine, which open and close to allow tanners to get in and out of the machine. Most tanning beds include between 10 and 50 lamps that span the length of the machine. A tanning bed, however, uses between 30 and 60 lamps.
A tanning bed is less likely to result in sunburn than tanning in a regular bed.
In a tanning bed, the types of lamps used produce a slightly higher amount of UVB rays than the lamps used in a tanning bed. UVA rays penetrate deep into the skin, while UVB rays only penetrate the upper layers. Thus, lamps used in bed create a deeper tan and are also less likely to burn the upper layers of the skin. However, as the lamps used in tanning beds only include a small percentage of UVB rays, it takes longer for the tan to become noticeable. Many tanning salons recommend using a tanning bed to create a foundation before starting a series of sessions.
It is very important to remember that all types of tanning, under the sun or in a tanning bed or tanning bed, can cause serious skin damage and even skin cancer. Tanning and tanning should be limited in terms of the frequency and intensity of sessions. It is also very important to take care of the skin after tanning. Be sure to moisturize your skin to replenish the moisture lost during tanning. This can also help reduce flaking.