Residential tanning bedsResidential tanning beds are used for indoor tanning. Ever since indoor tanning has come into vogue, the demand for residential tanning beds has increased. There are a number of reasons for the popularity of tanning beds. Imagine the sheer convenience of getting a tan when you take a nap.
There are two types of tanning beds. One is the capsule and the other is the booth. The first type called the capsule is an egg shaped enclosure made of Plexiglas. It is surrounded by ultra-violet light emitting diodes that can be controlled for the proportion of UVA and UVB radiation. The user can lie down in the capsule and take a tan and a nap at the same time. The booth has the same concept. The only difference is that the user does not lie down, but stands.
One of the major advantages of tanning beds is that the ultra-violet light composition and amount con be controlled. This helps to prevent over exposure.
A residential tanning bed can be installed at home and the user can enjoy the benefits of a suntan at home. Proper use of a residential tanning bed will ensure a healthy tanned look all the year around. Whether it is raining or snowing outside, you are always assured of a healthy tanned look all the year around.
Now you do not have to make appointments with your saloon or wait in line for your turn. You do not have to worry about hygiene as you have a residential tanning bed installed in your own home.
Residential tanning beds are very useful for patients of osteoporosis or psoriasis. The body produces vitamin D when the skin is exposed to ultra violet radiation, especially the UVB type of radiation. This improves the conditions of patients of osteoporosis.
If you consider the benefits of tanning beds, and you look at the advantages, then you will realize that they are more of a necessity than a luxury.