The Body Bar follows the exposure time regulations that have been laid out by the federal government to overexposure risk. By controlling the type and amount of UV light you receive, you can acquire the best and safest tan possible. Knowing how skin tans-especially your own skin type is imperative to tanning. Be sure to follow an exposure schedule designed for your skin type, use tanning products, and avoid sunburn by tanning gradually. With all of this in mind, there are some precautions you should take before proceeding to tan…
If you’re taking any medications, please reference our chart of photosensitizing agents. Some medications can cause reactions with UV light.
Your vision is priceless. Closing your eyes or just wearing outdoor sunglasses does not provide adequate protection while tanning. The Body Bar requires you to wear FDA compliant eye protection. A variety of styles can be purchased at the front desk.
Your lips do not produce melanin so they can burn. The Body Bar recommends protecting your lips with an SPF lip balm or sunscreen while tanning.
Heat and light from tanning sessions can dry your skin. Moisturized skin tans best. The Body Bar recommends you moisturize before and after each tanning session to get the most of your visit. The Body Bar carries a full line of indoor tanning products specifically designed to maximize your tan!