A Tanning Bed

Tanning Tips 101

Ready to glow without the hassle of sunbathing? Join us as we explore the best tanning beds on the market! From horizontal to vertical, and safety tips to cost breakdowns, we’ve got all the info you need for that perfect tan. Watch now and get your sun-kissed look effortlessly!



Tanning Beds 101: Get Your Glow On!



Welcome to our channel! Today, we're diving into the glowing world of tanning beds. If you’re tired of roasting like a marshmallow in the sun or just want that perfect tan without the sweat, stick around for some laughs and tips!

Choosing the Best Tanning Beds

Everyone loves a good tan. It makes you look healthier and boosts your Vitamin D. But who wants to spend hours under the scorching sun? Enter tanning beds – your sun-free solution to that golden glow!

Why Tanning Beds?

Forget about sweating it out in the sun. Tanning beds offer a comfy, quick way to get that sun-kissed look. You can hit up your local spa or even get one for home. But wait – not all tanning beds are created equal. Here’s the scoop on the best ones out there.

Criteria for Picking a Tanning Bed

Position Type – Horizontal vs. Vertical. Horizontal beds use low-voltage bulbs (120W) and take their sweet time tanning you. Vertical beds use higher voltage bulbs (160W), giving you a faster tan. Choose wisely, grasshopper!

Number of Bulbs – More bulbs = faster tan. Most beds have between 12 and 24 bulbs. The more, the merrier (and tanner)!

Safety Features – Look for beds with digital timers to prevent you from becoming a human toast. High-quality acrylic shells that stay cool are a must, and cam locks to keep the bed stable while you tan like a pro.

Tanning Safely

Whichever bed you pick, safety first! Wash up before you tan – no makeup or perfume, unless you want to bake it into your skin. Keep your eyes and mouth shut (trust us, no one looks good with tan eyeballs). Goggles are a must!


Thinking of getting a tanning bed for home? Here’s what you need to know:

Purpose – Commercial beds are built tough and cost more. Home beds are cheaper and just as effective for personal use.

Type – Choose from base beds, stand-up beds (for the claustrophobic), and high-pressure beds. High-pressure beds are pricier but come with fancy features.

Bulb Type – UVA bulbs tan you faster but come with a sunburn risk. UVB bulbs take longer but are gentler on your skin.

Number of Bulbs – More bulbs = higher cost. Taller folks, you’ll need more bulbs for full coverage!

Quality – High-quality beds prevent skin aging and damage. You get what you pay for, so don’t skimp on quality.

So, there you have it! The lowdown on tanning beds. Ready to get your glow on? Hit that like button, subscribe, and let’s keep it tan-tastic!