Your time in a sunbed may vary from 2-20 minutes, based on your skin type and chosen sunbed.
Color develops and deepens over a 24- to 48-hour period.
Maintain your tan with 1 to 3 sessions a week, again, depending on your skin type and chosen sunbed.
Give a sunbed tan time to develop. Follow the FDA recommendation of AT LEAST 24 hours between sessions.
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Burns easily and severely, then peels. People most often with fair skin, blue eyes, freckles, white unexposed skin.
(Painful burn); tans minimally and lightly; also peels. People with fair skin, blue or hazel eyes, blonde or red hair, white unexposed skin.
Gains average tan. Average Caucasian, white unexposed skin.
Tans easily and above average with each exposure. People with light brown skin, dark brown hair, dark eyes, white or light brown unexposed skin. (Asians, Hispanics and Mediterraneans)
Tans easily and substantially. Brown-skinned people, brown unexposed skin. (East Indians, Hispanics, etc.)
People with black skin. (Africans and African Americans, Australians and South Indian Aborigines)
If your skin is Type 1, spray tanning is the way to go for a natural-looking tan without any UV exposure.*Fitzpatrick Classification Scale - Thomas Fitzpatrick, MD