Properly using a tanning bed requires limiting the time of exposure, wearing protective eye gear and using a proper tanning lotion. Most salons suggest stripping down completely to get an even, natural-looking tan. More »

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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 »

An unsoiled, damp cloth is sufficient for the basic cleaning of a tanning bed. For a more thorough cleaning, pH neutral no-rinse cleaners work best. More »

The most effective way to stop itching from a tanning bed is to apply hot water to the skin, dry it with a soft towel and treat the skin with a medicated anti-itch lotion or peppermint oil. This procedure takes about 15 ... More »

To tan in a tanning bed, remove your clothes, put on tanning lotion, get in the bed, and stay inside for six to 20 minutes, depending on your skin. When finished tanning, apply after-sun lotion to your skin. More »

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Changing the lamps in a tanning bed requires the proper size of bulbs, a flat screwdriver and a Phillips screwdriver. Replacing the lamps takes roughly 20 minutes. 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 »