formulated indoor tanning products provide your skin with additional levels of
key tanning ingredients to assist the tanning process.Skin conditioning ingredients, including
Natural Butter, L-Tyrosine, Liposomial Tyrosine Complexes, Essential Oils,
Vitamins, Natural Botanical Extracts, Riboflavin, Hemp Seed Oil, Copper,
Coffee, and other ingredients, are often the same ingredients that assist in
moisturization and magnification aspects of indoor tanning products but benefit
your tanning time in a variety of ways.
2. Promote a
simply the multiplying of the ultraviolet light reaching your skin.Our products provide a refractive prism of
Aloe Vera gel and natural oils such as Hemp seed oil, Sunflower oil, and other
essential oils to intensify the ultraviolet light reaching your skin.
3.Allow a Longer Lasting Tan
Healthy skin is
the foundation of your dark tanning success.Tanning products are designed to provide critical remoisturization to
skin before and after tanning.The
healthier your skin, the longer you’re able to tan that same skin and the
darker your tan can get from tanning.Dry
skin flakes and sheds peeling away your tan layer by layer.Our premium products provide your skin with
the deep and constant moisture it needs during the tanning process with Aloe
Vera, natural oils, minerals, natural botanical extracts, anti-oxidants, as
well as other important vitamins and ingredients to help you extend your tan.
4.Can Be Used Anywhere
products are specially designed for indoor tanning, they will work whenever and
wherever skin is exposed to ultraviolet light.So indoors, outdoors, high-pressure beds, low-pressure beds, or stand-up
booths, our premium tanning products will work.
5.Make Your Skin Look Great
Many of our
products contain many ingredients which aid in excellent skin care.Vitamin E is a natural moisture binder that
allows skin to breathe and function naturally, and is believed to have natural
healing qualities.Vitamin D soothes
skin, has corrective qualities, and is an excellent skin nutrient.Sweet Almond Oil is an emollient Sandalwood
Oil is an excellent aromatherapy oil that has been used for centuries by
Polynesians to enhance skin tanning and conditioning.
1. UVA was touted in the "80's" as the safe ray and sun beds were the
rage. Some dermatologist backed this idea as a safe and healthy way to
look your best. Since then science has found this ray actually does the
most amount of damage to the body than UVB. UVA is the same strength
year round -- it does not matter how close or how far away the sun is
from the earth. The ray remains the same strength and considered a
light X ray. It goes through light clothing, wind shields, office
windows, hats, etc. You can test this by putting a color bound book or
fabric covered furniture in a sunny window for a few months. You will
start to see the color fade as the rays work on the book or furniture.
Often women will say they never go out in the sun but their chest is
permanently red and wrinkly, their hands look old which I usually
categorize as "free-way" or "commuter" aging. A pulled down head visor
in a vehicle does not protect your hands on the steering wheel or
exposed chest driving into the sun. Car pooling, commuting or traveling
congested areas even several times a week is enough to cause aging.
When taking the train or plane is the sunlight on your hands or chest?
Male skin is thicker "free-way" or "commuter" aging affects them mostly
by more brown spots on the exposed side of the face. Living in a sun
state or country, for example, Mexico or equator countries provide a
constant sunny environment making a daily full spectrum sunblock
Body's Reaction to UVA
UVA shoots through the epidermis and disperses in the dermis the second
layer of the skin. The dermis is called the "true skin" and stops
gleefully renewing itself around the age of 28 years. Skin after this
age is considered "mature skin". Damage incurred is not mended as well
if at all, fair skin people look in the mirror and ask "What
happened?". It is the aging process and like new paint on a car in a
crowded parking lot years later does not look so great. The skin like
new paint on a car has to be taken care of and protected. The dermis is
composed of collagen, elastin , blood vessels, nerve endings and ground
substances (glyco-amino-glycans, mucopoly-saccharides). It provides the
firm youthful mattress for the skin. Prolonged exposure of UVA cracks
and shrinks the collagen and elastin. The size of the layer becomes
smaller so the epidermis (top layer) starts to droop or hang off the
body. Blood vessels become permanently dilated giving a constant red
flush to the skin. The few remaining melanocyte cells that are
scattered in the dermis either die making a white spot or become over
active leaving a brown spot. There are no lasers or procedure available
at the moment that guarantees the removal of these brown spots and some
procedures make them worse. The water binding ground substances are
less and ineffective making the skin dry. In the end over exposure to
this ray can put you in the dermatologist or plastic surgeon's office
faster than any other aggravator. Not to mention the reported deaths
from radiation poisoning from tanning beds.
2. UVB long considered the "tanning ray" is strongest in the summer months when the earth rotates closest to the sun. When the earth rotates away from the sun in the winter months it is harder to get a "suntan" because the rays can not reach the earth's surface. Sunblocks for many years only blocked the UVB ray as science was not clear on the body's reaction to UVA.
Body's Reaction to UVB
This ray only has the strength to penetrate the epidermis. The epidermis is the very top layer of the body and the same thickness as a silk scarf. No blood vessels or nerve endings are present and is composed of keratinocytes (skin cells), basal cells and melanocyte cells. Melanocyte cells synthesize tyrosinase and the pigment melanin that is transferred to the keratinocytes or skin cells for color. See the hyperpigmentation or brown spots information section of the store for more facts on darkening of the skin. UVB rays simulate the melanocyte cell to produce more melanin which is more color known as a suntan or if a very small area known as a brown or age spot.