Do high pressure tanning beds work?
High pressure bulbs offer lower amounts of UVB rays with increased amounts of UVA rays. UVA rays are the specific rays that bronze your skin. So that means the higher Levels will bronze your skin faster, and the resulting tan will last longer.
What is a high pressure bronzing bed?
High Pressure/Bronzing Beds High pressure tanning is the latest tanning technology in commercial tanning. Rather than using traditional tanning tubes they use quartz halogen lamps mounted behind blue filtered glass. This allows only a very specific wavelength of ultraviolet light to pass thru to the tanner.
What is the strongest tanning bed?
THE MASTERSUN 360
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How long does it take to get a tan in a high pressure bed?
High pressure tanning beds with many lights can give someone a base tan in only three to five sessions.
How often should you tan with high pressure?
3-4 times a month
High Pressure Tanning allows you to visit the salon 3-4 times a month! One 12 minute session is equivalent to 5-6 sessions in a conventional low pressure bed, or a whole day in the Caribbean sun (wouldn’t that be nice…) A course of about 4 sessions will give you a deep, base tan.
Are high pressure beds safer?
Commercial high pressure beds are becoming more diverse and creating better tanning than traditional beds. High pressure beds release fewer ultraviolet (UVA and UVB) waves so that tanning is safer and more effective.
Are bronzing beds better than regular?
Benefits. Because of the low level of UVB rays used in them, the bulbs used in bronzer beds do not turn the skin as red as a regular tanning bed would. As a result, sunburn risk is reduced and a darker, longer-lasting tan is achieved.