Are sun Angel sunbeds safe?

Are sun Angel sunbeds safe?

The Sun Angel is the only sunbed in the world with an integrated skin sensor representing sensor-safe sunbathing, proven vitamin D formation and beautiful tanning results.

Is the sun or tanning beds more dangerous?

Both indoor and outdoor tanning causes damage to our skin. Tanning beds emit roughly 12 times more UVA light than natural sunlight.

How bad is sunbed tanning?

According to the World Health Organisation, sunbeds are as dangerous as smoking. The group placed use of the beds into the highest risk level for cancer, moving their rating from ‘probably carcinogenic’ to ‘carcinogenic to humans’ – putting them alongside cigarettes, alcohol and asbestos.

Why are tanning beds dangerous?

Research indicates that the intensity of ultraviolet (UV) radiation from tanning beds makes it more dangerous. Ultraviolet radiation consists of UVA and UVB rays. Both damage skin and can cause skin cancer. Indoor tanning beds expose you to both kinds of rays.

Is there a safe way to use a tanning bed?

Science tells us that there’s no such thing as a safe tanning bed, tanning booth, or sun lamp. Just one indoor tanning session can increase the risk of developing skin cancer (melanoma by 20%, squamous cell carcinoma by 67%, and basal cell carcinoma by 29%).

What is 10 minutes on a sunbed equivalent to?

This means that to achieve the same results as being in the sun, you won’t need to be in the sunbed for nearly as long. A good example of just how different the results are taking into account that ten minutes in a sunbed compares to about 2 hours in direct sunlight.

How long is a sun Angel session?

20 minutes
The Sun Angel gives you a deeper, darker longer-lasting tan than ordinary sun beds. It’s a safe way to tan, so you can tan with confidence at Shwe Tan. Each Sun Angel session is 20 minutes.

Are sun beds worth it?

Sunbeds give out ultraviolet (UV) rays that increase your risk of developing skin cancer (both malignant melanoma and non-melanoma). Many sunbeds give out greater doses of UV rays than the midday tropical sun. The risks are greater for young people.

Will 3 minutes on a sunbed do anything?

Usually, the skin will not tan after the first session, and the results only become visible after 3-5 sunbed tanning sessions. These sessions allow the skin to oxidize its melanin, darken the cells, and produce a tan. Lighter skin types may need a few extra sessions for the tan to deepen.

What is 20 minutes in a tanning bed equivalent to?

20 minutes in a tanning bed is equivalent to 20 minutes in the sun… no big deal! 20 minutes of exposure in a tanning bed may equal up to two hours spent on the beach under the hot mid-day sun without protection. Artificial tanning bombards the skin with UVA which are three to six times more intense than sunlight.

Will 6 minutes on a sunbed do anything?

Skin Type 5: Session 1 – 3 Minutes, Session 2 – 4 Minutes, Session 3 – 5 Minutes, Session 4 – 6 Minutes, Session 5 – 7 minutes, Session 6 – 8 minutes. You are likely to see results very quickly, therefore you will not need to spend as much time on the sunbed to get results.

How often do you use sunbed?

Moderate tanning of 2-3 sessions a week is OK for everyone else but ensure you rest the skin for a minimum of 24 hours between each session and at least 48 hours for skin type 2. The European Standard advises not to exceed 60 sessions per annum.

How do you use a Sun Angel?

When you enter the room the Sun Angel will be ready to use, simply pick up the sensor placed at the head of the bed and follow the instructions! Once you have the scanner in hand it will ask you to take the first reading, this is the area of your skin that gets the most exposure the best place for this is the forehead.

Can you wear sunscreen on your face in a tanning bed?

Generally, sunscreen isn’t necessary during tanning bed use. The exposure to UV rays is limited by time and the regulated levels of UVA and UVB light. Further, the SPF could hinder your tanning goals, requiring more sessions in the bed.

What is 6 minutes on a sunbed equivalent to in the sun?

This releases a chemical called melanin, which causes the skin to tan. However, while sunlight contains a mix of UVA and UVB radiation, sunbeds produce mainly UVA radiation, which penetrates deeper into your skin. It is estimated that 20 minutes on a sunbed can be equivalent to approximately four hours in the sun.

How many minutes does it take to get a tan on a sunbed?

Depending on your skin color, in general the average person can develop a base tan in 3-5 sessions which then can be maintained with regular sunbed use. Two sessions a week should be enough to further deepen your tan in a safe and gentle manner.

Is the Sun Angel at Shwe Tan safe?

Each sun bed also has adjustable fans inside to keep you cool and fresh whilst tanning. Just mention these special offers on your first visit to receive your discount. The Sun Angel gives you a deeper, darker longer-lasting tan than ordinary sun beds. It’s a safe way to tan, so you can tan with confidence at Shwe Tan.

How long does a Sun Angel session last?

The Sun Angel gives you a deeper, darker longer-lasting tan than ordinary sun beds. It’s a safe way to tan, so you can tan with confidence at Shwe Tan. Each Sun Angel session is 20 minutes.

How does the ergoline Sun Angel tanning system work?

The Ergoline Sun Angel stimulates the production of Vitamin D by controlling the interaction between UVA & UVB light, designed to provide an optimal tanning environment whilst significantly reducing the risk of over-exposure, the Sun Angel is in a class of it’s own. Enjoy a fixed 20 minute personalised session!

Which is better for tanning Sun Angel or stand up and lay down?

The Sun Angel is a safer bed to use and gives you a more natural tan, whereas, the other beds have stronger tubes – so we advise how many minutes you should have and you gradually build them up. You build your tan up a lot quicker using the Sun Angel versus the Stand Up & Lay Down.

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