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How To Choose The Right Tanning Bed For You - A Few Tips

Discussion in 'Embedded' started by xikom03, Jan 29, 2008.

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    xikom03 Guest

    Choosing the proper tanning bed can prove to be a little difficult,
    especially if you know nothing on the subject of tanning. Beds have
    different names, different specifications and, of course, different
    prices for a minute. Fortunately, you don't need to be an expert to
    find the right tanning bed, you have to know about only a few simple
    facts. They are all discussed below.

    UVA and UVB tanning bed bulbs

    The first thing you have to check is the kind of tanning bed bulbs.
    Generally speaking, there are two kinds of tanning bed bulbs - "UVB
    and UVA" and "UVA" only. If a tanning bed has the first kind of bulbs,
    you will have to spend a lot of time to get a tan (20 minutes 3 to 5
    times a week for over a month only to acquire base tan).

    UVA-only bulbs

    If the tanning bed uses the other kind of bulbs (UVA-only), you have
    to spend much less time on the tanning bed than under UVA and UVB
    bulbs. Of course, it usually means that you have to pay for UVA-only
    tanning bed a few times more per minute than for UVA and UVB, but
    remember that ALL you need is 3 to 5 sessions total, not per week, so
    in some cases UVA bulbs in your tanning bed can actually save you
    money and time.

    Staying tanned

    The tanning process is simple. You lay on the bed for several minutes,
    pay for it and that it until the next session. The problem begins when
    you've already finished the sessions and you don't use a tanning bed
    anymore. Many people tend to think that their tan will last forever,
    but of course that's not true. Whether you've got your tan sitting on
    a beach or laying on a tanning bed, it will eventually fade. Unless
    you decide to go to a tanning saloon and spend a few minutes on

    xikom03, Jan 29, 2008
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