To use a standing tanning bed, a person should wear goggles that fit properly, wear a swimsuit that prevents tan lines and stand correctly with the arms placed above the head, keeping the legs apart and arching the back.... More »

To get the best results from a tanning bed, remember that moderation is key. Start with shorter sessions in lower-intensity tanning beds. Take caution that skin does not become red, overly dry or itchy between sessions. ... More »

Effective strategies for tanning faster in a tanning bed include exfoliating the night before tanning, using a tanning oil with an included bronzer and using a bed with bronzing bulbs. According to Tan'r You, tanning oil... More »

The best way for a person to get a good tan while laying on a sun bed is to put her arms up, over her head, for the first half of the session. Then, she should move her arms down and rest them at her sides for the rest o... More »

Every person's skin is different, but beginners can avoid burns by rotating every few minutes. People who are experienced with tanning can remain in a tanning bed anywhere from 15 to 20 minutes in a single session and re... More »

A person can either use natural homemade remedies or skin products to get rid of tan lines. Natural home remedies, such as baking soda, aloe vera, lemon, olive oil and milk cream can be used to treat the skin. Taking goo... More »

To get a dark tan using a tanning bed, tan on a regular schedule and use skin products specifically made for tanning. You should not use baby oil, which damages tanning beds and puts you at risk for burning. More »