Tanning FAQ’s

Do I have to wear eyewear? Yes. A tan is created by UV rays penetrating the upper layers of your skin. The skin of the eyelid is the thinnest in your body. The light passing through will cause irreparable damage with long-term UV exposure.

Can I use outdoor tanning lotion on the beds? No. Any product with a mineral oil-based will discolor the acrylic surface and, due to their need to be waterproof, are not designed for easy cleanup and sanitizing.

Will I be tan after the first session? Not necessarily. The skin needs a few sessions gradually developed the self-defense mechanism known as tan. This process cannot be spread out. Your tan will develop within three to five sessions.

Can I tan if I’m pregnant? Please consult your physician. Although we know that there is no danger from UV rays since they cannot penetrate deeper than the dermis (skin layer). Pregnant women are advised to be cautious with saunas, hot tubs and other things that can cause excessive heat to build up in the uterus.

How old do I have to be to tan without my parent’s consent? Sixteen or older. State law requires signed parental permission for anyone under 16 years of age. Anyone under 16 must have a parent or legal guardian present with them to sign the Release Form before tanning the first time in our salon.