Here at 'the tanning rooms' we strongly recommend that all sunbed users apply cream prior to sunbed use, to ensure results are achieved
as efficiently as possible. Using tanning accelerators OPTIMISES skins quality and PROTECTS it against DEHYDRATION and AGEING. While its protection will not diminish all the risks associated with
sunbeds it is safer to use sunbed lotion than nothing at all. Sunbed lotion contains Tyrosine, which encourages the skin to produce melanin more quickly.
Tan up to 60% faster by using Sunbed creams such as Australian Gold!
We run on a strict policy that sunbed users must be aged 18 or over and we may ask for proof of identification as confirmation of your
We also ensure that all of our customers have read and signed a sunbed record card prior to using our sunbeds for the first time to ensure you are aware
of the appropriate ways to use our sunbeds and advise you of the reasons why it may not be suitable for you.
We will recommend to all our customers the appropriate amount of time you should spend on the sunbed per session to always keep your skin
safe, so do no hesitate to ask a staff member for advice as we are always here to help.
24 hours must be left in between tanning sessions to allow the skin to produce melanin.
If you are sunburnt, use a moisturiser to soothe the skin, and avoid tanning until redness completely goes down.
Ensure you always protect the sensitive areas of your body which are not usually exposured to UV light, such as underarms, back of legs,
buttocks and genitalia, as these areas can suffer severe sunburn.
As recommended by our skincare specialists, clients are not permitted to use sunbeds 24-48 hours prior or post to having a facial so
please ensure you get your sunbed session in afew days before or after having a facial with us.The same applies to having any waxing, 24-48 hours must be left in between your waxing session
and a sunbed session.
Anyone on the following
precautionary list is not permitted to use a sunbed or should seek medical advice before use:
- If you are under the age of 18
- If you have a medical condition that becomes worse in sunlight.
- If you have fair or sensitive skin that burns easily and does not usually tan in sunlight
- If you have a large number of freckles or moles.
- If you have had or have skin cancer
- If you have a history of sunburn.
- If you are pregnant - a doctor should be consulted before use