One 24 minute treatment in the ULTRABRONZ high-pressure sunbed is equivalent to eight treatments in a conventional low-pressure bed. A course of three treatments will give you a deep, natural tan. To maintain this tan, only one to two treatments per month is necessary. We suggest you visit three to four times in a ten day period to establish a base tan. After that, most people need only visit once or twice a month to maintain color year round.
$15 a tan
$60 for 5 Sessions
$95 unlimited month
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What's more, our bed is built to give you a lot more space, so you won't feel claustrophobic when you climb in. And since the lamps are all positioned the upper panel, you can lie comfortably on a mattress and forget about racing stripes and untanned spots because of pressure points
*What Is High Intensity Tanning Ultrabronz tanning?
High intensity tanning beds allow you to tan faster and darker, which is said to reduce the possibility of a sunburn. Often referred to has high pressure tanning.
High intensity beds work just as their low intensity counterparts -- by using UV lights to stimulate the melanin in our skin, causing a tanning reaction. They are not only just as safe as low-pressure, but because they take less time, they actually result in less exposure and are better for your skin, all while often delivering greater results.
*Advantages of High-Intensity Tanning
One of the best things about high-intensity tanning beds is that they use lights designed to filter out the UVB light, letting in just enough to get the tanning job done. The result is a greater ratio of UVA light, a better tan and decreased risk of negative skin reactions.
By contrast, low pressure beds use more UVB rays, which makes them more dangerous in the long run. The most important part of a tan is that you look like you have sexy skin ... this method makes that a reality.
*Time Is of the Essence
One of the reasons people love high intensity tanning is the element of time. While a low-pressure tanning bed requires up to 15 sessions to create a base tan, and then 2 sessions a week to maintain it, high-pressure tanning can get you that base tan in around five sessions. Then you need to visit to maintain it about every other week. That's roughly a quarter of the time -- a huge savings of time and money. The reason behind this is that there is less UVB light used, which allows your skin to stay moisturized and your tan to last longer.
When people hear all the benefits of high pressure tanning -- faster, deeper tan, less maintenance required -- they may wonder why anyone at all does low-pressure anymore.
*Where Did High-Intensity Tanning Originate?
Legend has it that the first high-intensity tanner was developed for the Playboy organization in the mid-seventies. Since those ladies are known for their beautiful skin and physique, this was a powerful start to what would eventually take the universe by storm.
The first systems were very expensive, as the indoor tanning industry was not yet the trend it was to become. But by the mid-80s, they began being sold in U.S. markets, and there are now so many versions available with so many options and designs that they have grown more affordable (and profitable) for business and residential customers worldwide.
High Pressure Tanning is Better for Your SkinThe reasons that high pressure tanning is better for tanning are the same as the reasons it's better for your skin.
Low intensity tanning uses more UVB rays, and that helps to create a skin reaction that causes a tan. There is shedding when the skin dries out and this causes the loss of a tan. This is why low pressure tanning requires more frequent visits, but it is also why traditional tanning bed users are more likely to end up with reactive, dry, flaky skin. High pressure beds do not create this problem, and thus they create a best of both worlds reality -- deep, long lasting tans, and still-beautiful skin beneath. *Book your Session today.