Standing tanning beds are the preferred method of tanning for many because you can gain a tan quicker in a standing tanning bed, and standing to tan is more hygienic than having your bare skin come in contact with the tanning bed surface. Another advantage to standing tanning beds is that the tan is more evenly distributed on your skin if you make the right preparations before tanning and use the standing tanning bed properly.
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Things you need
- Spray-in hair conditioner
Exfoliate the night before you intend to tan. Dead skin causes you to tan in uneven spots.
Use spray-in conditioner to protect your hair. If you have medium-length hair or long hair, fasten your hair on top of your head so that you don't acquire a tan line on your back or neck.
Apply a good moisturiser to your skin before entering the booth.
Stand in the middle of the booth and hold the bars at the top of the booth to ensure equal tanning coverage under your arms. Make sure you wear protective goggles for your eyes.
Apply moisturiser again when you've completed your tanning session.
Tips and warnings
- Tanning accelerators can be purchased that will make your tan even darker.
- Never use a standing tanning bed for more than 20 minutes at a time.
- Wait a minimum of 24 hours in between tanning sessions. Because you tan faster in a standing tanning bed, you can wait even longer than 24 hours but still achieve the results that you would using a regular lay-down tanning bed.
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