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 »

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 »

It is okay to shower immediately after using a tanning bed. Tanning beds give off UVA radiation, which penetrates skin; showering cannot wash away the effects of tanning. It is recommended to wait four to six hours after... 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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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 »

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 »

Getting the perfect tan from a tanning bed requires a combination of preparation, building a base tan and maintaining the tan, according to Tanning Tips. With the right skin care products and the right tanning bed, almos... More »