INDOOR TANNING

 

Indoor Tanning: Control Over Your Exposure

Indoor tanning allows you to control exactly what kind of ultraviolet light your skin receives, therby reducing your risj of ever contracting a sunburn. It also you to eliminate many other environmental variables that can't possibly be controlled outdoors.

Lets look at the differences:

When tanning indoors, a tanner enjoys:

Contol

You always know exactly what kind of ultraviolet light you are getting and exactly how long you'll be getting it.

Convenience

You never have to worry about inclement weather. It's always sunny and warm at EZ-Tanning.

Speed

It doesn't take all day at the beach to get an indoor tan. Depending on your skin, a few quick sessions a week is all it takes to maintain a golden brown tan.

Service

Professional personnel at EZ-Tanning salons monitor your progress and advise you on how to properly maintain you tan, reducing your risk of ever contracting a dangerous sunburn.

 

When tanning outdoors, a tanner is forced to continue with:

Seasonality. Depending on the time of yours, the sunlight you receive is more or less intense. Gauging how much exposure is too much, depending on the time of year, is always difficult.

Location

Are you tanning at the beach, where surrounding sand acts as a reflector for ultraviolet light? Are you snow skiing, where the snow has the same effect? Are you in the water, where the UV light penetrates beneath the surface more than you might think? Your surroundings affect the intensity of ultraviolet light when you tan outdoors.

Geography

The intensity of the sun's ultraviolet light varies, getting more intense then closer you are to the Earth's equator. Again, this influences how long you can tan without getting burned outdoors

Weather Conditions

Is it partly cloudy or sunny? Is it overcast completely or raining. A significant amount of ultraviolet light penetrates through clouds, even on an overcast day. But the intensity varies, depending on the cloudiness.

Altitude

Are you at sea level or in the mountains. Even if you are in the foothills, ultraviolet intensity is greater at highter altitudes - another factor the average person can't gauge accurately outdoors.

The Ozone Layer. Regular changes in the Earth's outer atmosphere affect the amount of ultraviolet light from the sun that reaches the planets surface. It is virtually impossible to know from day to day how these conditions will chage.

Worrying About Sunburn. Have you ever spent a day outside, only to be surprised at the end of the day bu a sunburn? Or maybe you didn't get a sunburn when you expected you should. All the variables listed about make tanning outdoors a guessing game.