Take note of the following precautions:
- Limit your exposure to avoid sunburn. Always ask for information and further assistance concerning exposure limits for your age and skin type.
- Use goggles to protect your eyes. Make sure the goggles fit snugly and check if the salon sterilizes the goggles to prevent the spread of eye infections
- Consider your medical history. Avoid tanning devices when you are undergoing treatment for lupus or diabetes. Please inform NBCRC if you are taking antihistamines, tranquilizers or birth control pills. Exercise caution with regard to the number of minutes in the tanning bed to limit exposure times according to skin type and other medical history.
- You should also remember that although indoor tanning may be good in getting rid of acne, this can never be considered as an acne treatment. If you suffer from acne and want to get rid of it - take a look at acne treatment products.
- When using a tanning bed you can either wear a swimsuit, shorts, underwear or go in the buff. Just remember if you go in the buff that those areas are not accustomed to exposure and so it will take less time to burn and less time to do deep cell damage from the UVA rays.
Tanning bed services are available to both members and non-members.
First-time users of the tanning bed will need to sign a liability form, and should be aware of the precautions to take when using the equipment.
Monday Special is only $3.30.