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BRAND NEW HIGH POWERED SPECIAL EDITION SUNBED


BODY COOLING FANS & BODY COOLING JET SYSTEM OFFERING SUPERB COMFORT

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY, JUST WALK IN.


However we do offer out of hour sunbed appointments, just give us a call to book yours now at no extra charge

 

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PRICE WILL BE £1 PER MINUTE, PAY AS YOU GO

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Whilst tanning like a boss via our built in sound system.

SKIN TYPING

Our skin type is something we are born with and we cannot change it!There are six basic categories of skin type. See if you can identify your skin type using the table below. Your TSA sunbed operator will always assist you.


Skin Type
Skin Description
Reaction to Tanning
One/Two
ONE VERY FAIR
Usually lots of freckles
Red or sandy hair, blue/grey eyes
High burn risk; skin turns red & peels.
Advised not to tan in sunlight
Do NOT use a sunbed
TWO FAIR
Possibly with freckles
Blond to brown hair, green/grey eyes
High burn risk.
Great care should be taken in tanning.
Tanning tends to be light
OK use a sunbed
Three/Four
THREE FAIR TO LIGHT BROWN
No freckles
Dark blond/brown hair, grey/green eyes
Medium risk of burning
Capable of building up a moderate tan
OK use a sunbed
FOUR LIGHT BROWN
Dark brown hair and eyes
Burning is rare
Tanning is rapid & deep
See additional note below
OK use a sunbed
Five/Six
FIVE Deep brown
Dark hair and eyes
Burning is seldom; tanning is rapid and deep. This type of skin has its own natural protection.
See additional note below
OK use a sunbed
SIX VERY DARK SKIN
Black hair and dark eyes
Never burns in natural sunlight.
See additional note below.
OK use a sunbed
Additional Info
NB Please read below
Skin Types 4, 5 and 6: These skin types need to exercise precaution on initial exposure. Initial exposure should also be moderate.

This particularly applies if living in the UK and Ireland as natural skin protection factor is depleted through lack of regular exposure to sunshine.

TANNING

THE BEST WAY TO TAN LIKE A BOSS!

There is a regulation governing the maximum UV output of sunbeds. This is generally referred to as 0.3 and is approved by the EU and complies with all British and European consumer safety regulations. A 0.3 tanning session delivers the same tanning effect as the mid-day Mediterranean summer sun but without the risk of burning. 0.3W/m2 is the amount of UV exposure that the EU’s Scientific Committee on Consumer Products (SCCP) set as the limit for effective irradiance. This limit was then added to the European and British standards relevant for sunbeds. A sunbed with a UV output above this level is deemed as ‘unsafe’. What you can expect from a 0.3 tanning session

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Your tan will be deeper
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Your tan will be longer-lasting
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The tanning process is kinder to your skin
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The risk of over-exposure or burning is effectively eliminated

Opening Hours

MONDAY

08:30 AM - 05:00 PM

OPEN AT: 8:30 CLOSE AT: 17:00
TUESDAY

08:30 AM - 05:00 PM

OPEN AT: 8:30 CLOSE AT: 17:00
WEDNESDAY

08:30 AM - 05:00 PM

OPEN AT: 8:30 CLOSE AT: 17:00
THURSDAY

(Late Night)

OPEN AT: 8:30 CLOSE AT: 19:00
FRIDAY

08:30 AM - 05:00 PM

OPEN AT: 8:30 CLOSE AT: 17:00
SATURDAY

08:30 AM - 15:00 PM

OPEN AT: 8:30 CLOSE AT: 15:00
SUNDAY
CLOSED

Sunbed Use By Under 18

SCOTLAND - The law came into force on 1 December 2009. It is illegal to allow anyone under 18 to use, purchase or hire a sunbed. ENGLAND AND WALES - The law came into force on 8 April 2011. It is illegal to allow anyone under 18 to use a sunbed. NORTHERN IRELAND - The law came into force on 1 May 2012. It is illegal to allow anyone under 18 to use a sunbed. TSA's Code of Practice prohibits sunbed use by anyone under 18 years. It is estimated that one-third of our lifetime exposure to UV occurs in the first 18 years of life. The delicate skin of children needs to be protected, as the melanin-producing cells do not act efficiently enough to cope with over-exposure and there is evidence which suggests that over-exposure and sunburn pose the biggest risk to skin damage. Preventing sunburn and over-exposure in childhood is seen as a major factor in preventing skin damage in later life. On the other hand, studies have shown that UV provides a source of Vitamin D, which is essential for maintaining a healthy skeleton, eg prevention of rickets. The answer is that children should receive a certain amount of exposure to UV for health reasons but must avoid over-exposure and sunburn. Sent from my iPhone

Contact Us

Get in touch.

13 Jengers Mead, Billingshurst,
West Sussex. RH14 9PB

tanlikeabossofficial@gmail.com

Phone: ( 01403 ) 783 054

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