Residential tanning beds give you privacy, convenience and hygienic conditions that you do not get from a salon or the beach. Residential tanning beds help you to manage the risk of sunburn by controlling the ultraviolet rays.

Residential tanning beds work on either 120V or 220V power supplies. These beds come in different designs. The most common types of residential tanning beds are the horizontal tanning beds, also called a capsule or clamshell design. These consist of a lid with ultraviolet lamps, and a glass or plastic area that is shaped to suit the body of the user. The vertical tanning bed is another model usually known as a stand up tanning booth. The inner walls of these beds are lined with ultraviolet lamps. The vertical tanning beds take less time to tan as compared to the horizontal tanning beds because vertical tanning beds users tan from all sides at once. Residential tanning beds are available with 14, 16, 20 and 24 bulb beds.

Some of the top models to consider include Pro 14 Wolff. It provides dynamic tanning power with convenience. Pro 28LE tanning bed provides top versatility. Azure 16 are tanning beds with four dual facial lamps and a timer built into the canopy. All Azure series are designed with parabolic reflector systems. Portable tanning beds are popular in private homes. Some residential tanning beds have a 20 minute timer attached to the bed. There are home tanning beds with air-flow cooling system that keep you cool and comfortable while delivering the quick, golden, beautiful tans. Controlled tanning process help the skin to slowly build levels of melanin.

You have to be careful not to spend too much time on the tanning beds. Use a tanning bed lotion or tan accelerator to increase the tanning speed and quality. This helps your skin to be cool, comfortable, moisturized, and just generally healthier. When using tanning beds wear safety glasses to protect your eyes.

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