Sunbed

No under 18’s are allowed to use the sunbed | The skin needs to be rested 24 hours between sessions.

 

There are three types of UV light – UVA, UVB, and UVC. A Sunbed is used to tan your body with the UV or Ultraviolet light, which are designed to use more levels of UVA and a lower level of UVB on your skin. Thus promoting the production of the pigment melanin, making you look tanned even if you don’t spend time under actual sunlight.

The top skin layer called the epidermis is where the tan or pigmentation process occurs. UV exposure rises to the surface where skin cells in the inner portion of the epidermis are replaced every 28-30 days by dividing themselves, migrating to the surface, and flaking off. Due to melanin in the skin cells, a tan can only be maintained by repeated exposure to UV light.

The use of the Sunbed will be prohibited to anyone with the following Conditions:

Asthma  |  Epilepsy  |  Diabetes  |  Pregnancy  |  After waxing  |  Heart Disease  |  Hypersensitive Skin  |  Skin Cancer History  |  High/Low Blood Pressure  |  Skin conditions/Infections  |  Previous Allergic Reactions  |  Metal plates/Pins/Pacemaker  |  Recent operations/Unhealed scarring  |  Medications causing photosensitivity

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