These tanning bed reviews will help you make a decision based on your needs and wants in a bed. Ensure that you find something worth bringing home and using to your advantage. Things you should consider before you make your purchase
Warranty - A warranty is something you should definitely have considering the amount of money you are investing in a tanning machine.. All five machines we’ve reviewed have warranties please compare and choose the best that fits your needs.
Number of lamps - Tanning bed Lamps are the foundation of all tanning machines. Most home machines for your home have 16 to 32 bulbs. Most beds with 24 or less bulbs are 6 feet long so if you're over 6 foot you should have more than 24 bulbs.
Design - Tanning machines come in both vertical and horizontal. It's important to know how much space you have in your room before you get one, so make sure you check the measurements.
facial tanners - Considering the hardest place to tan is your face you should go with the machine that's have built in facial tanners. These built in tanners produce a bigger amount of UVA rays to the face for the best overall results!
Assembly - Assembling a tanning bed could prove difficult so we recommend anyone who's not good at this sort of thing to purchase a bed that comes at least 90% assembled (like the ones we’ve reviewed up top)
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING FOR THE BEST TANNING EXPERIENCE :
1. protective tanning goggles are essential, Your eyes need protection against UV
rays the bulbs produce
2. Beds should be wiped down after every use especially if multiple people are
using the same machine.
3. These machine can be used naked to avoid tanning lines
4. Tanning beds are not recommended for children under the age of 16 because
their skin is more sensitive than adults.
5. Price is very important! If you looking for a good product that fits your needs
you can fine one for about 2000 dollars. More advanced and larger machines
cost are 4000.