Sun Beds

Here are some general guidelines to follow when using a Sun bed:

  • If you are currently using any medications it is best to consult your doctor first on the safety of using a tanning bed (this is because some medication can increase one’s sensitivity to UV lights).
  • If you have any skin condition, first consult your doctor on the safety of using an indoor tanning system.
  • Always wear protective eye wear while in the tanning bed.
  • If you are pregnant, first consult your doctor on the safety of using indoor tanning systems while pregnant.
  • Don’t be in a hurry to get a tan. Use the tanning bed according to the manufacturers recommended time.


Presidential Tanning Bed

10 minute maximum session.

With stunning design and overall power, the Presidential Tanning Bed will give the advanced tanner exactly what they expect and more.

Stand Up Tanning Booth

8 minute maximum session.

The SunScape 756V stand up tanning booth has the power and advanced cooling system will keep serious tanners coming back for more!

Premium Tanning Bed

15 minute maximum session.

The Solaris 442 tanning bed is the ideal choice for a beautiful, longer-lasting golden tan, ensuring results and comfort for the intermediate tanner.

Rejuvasun Spa Bed

The Rejuvasun Spa Bed combines three wavelengths of light to promote healthier, younger looking skin. By combining LED light therapy and tanning in one, it’s a great way to rejuvenate and get a great looking tan at the same time.

Red Light Therapy (also known as L.E.D Light therapy) emits a certain light frequency that penetrates the skin’s outer layers to generate naturally stimulated collagen production and benefits in the skin. This rejuvenation system penetrates into the skin to repair damaged tissue as well as diminishes fine lines, wrinkles and acne. This amazing anti-aging treatment can be found in our Rejuvasun tanning bed. That’s right you can tan and enjoy the benefits of this treatment all in the same unit!

Benefits of Red Light Therapy:

  • Minimizes appearance of fine lines & wrinkles
  • Kills acne, refines pore size and heals blemishes
  • Improves skin tone and complexion
  • Regenerates collagen and elastin
  • Minimizes cellulite, scars & stretch marks
  • Repairs sun damaged skin, fades age spots
  • Increases skin’s circulation for Faster Healing

Frequent Questions

  • How do sun beds work?
    Sun beds and emit Ultraviolet rays, exactly like the sun and that is why we can say that sun beds imitate the sun. UV rays are important, as they do not only help your skin to tan but also have quite a few health benefits. The sun has three different types of UV rays. They are known as the UV-C, UV-B and UV-A.  The wavelengths of these UV rays determine the differences between the three. The UV-A is the longest and the UV-C rays are the shortest. It is also known that the UV-C rays are the most harmful to your skin. Most of the UV-C is absorbed through the ozone layer or through the pollution in the air. How does this relate to tanning? Well it is the UV-B that starts you tanning and the UV-A rays that completes your tanning. What about the tanning beds? Tanning beds use only UV-A or UV-B rays. This is beneficial as it prevents overexposure to harmful UV rays and is ideal for tanning. It is important to know that even too much tanning in a sun tanning bed can be harmful to your skin.
  • How long will it take before I am tanned?
    This all depends on your natural skin tone and how sensitive your skin is to UV-rays. Most people will see a difference in their tan within the first 3-5 sessions. We do advise that you ease your way into a nice, long lasting tan rather than trying to get a dark tan over night.
  • Is indoor and outdoor tanning the same?
    The biggest difference between indoor and outdoor tanning is the control you have over the amount of UV lights you are exposed to. While using a tanning bed you can control the time and the UV light exposure to gradually get a nice healthy looking glow.
  • What should I wear in my sun bed?
    The beauty of a tanning in a Sun Bed is that it is in the privacy of your own room. This means you can wear as little as you want. Remember that some areas of your skin might never have been exposed to sun before. It is better to slowly tan these areas. Cover them up 1/3 of your full length of tanning time until all tanning lines are faded and you have a base tan.