How old do you have to be to tan?
As to UV tanning, Pennsylvania law bans people 16 years of age and younger from using UV tanning equipment. Age 17 requires a parental consent form to be signed on the first visit. As to spray tanning, any age can spray tan however parental consent is required for ages under 18.
How much is a month?
Monthly tanning starts at $14 depending on the location, level, and membership you choose. We recommend you visit the salon so that we can give you a tour and go over pricing.
How much is one tan?
One tan in our base bed starts at $8-$12 depending on the location you visit.
How much is one spray tan?
One spray tan is $35. We also offer spray tan packages.
What do I have to do to prepare my skin for a spray tan?
You want to shower, shave, exfoliate, and moisturize your skin before you plan on spray tanning. Make sure after your spray tan session you do not get wet or shower for at least 6 hours.
Do I have to make an appointment to tan or spray tan?
You don’t have to make an appointment to tan or spray. We do recommend that you make an appointment to spray or tan in our higher level beds to avoid a wait. Our airbrush services do require an appointment.
How do I cancel my premier membership?
After your 3rd draft comes out, you can cancel your membership by the 12th of the month by visiting any of our locations and signing a cancellation form.
Can I freeze my premier membership?
Yes, you can freeze your premier membership by visiting any of our locations by the 12th of the month and signing a freeze form.
Are you taking medication that may make you photosensitive?
Many prescription medications can cause photosensitive reactions with ultraviolet light. Because the reaction of each photosensitive drug can vary with each individual, you should contact your doctor or pharmacist before tanning.
Most photosensitizing medications are labeled as such by your doctor or pharmacist. You may want to notify your pharmacist that you are tanning when filling any prescription. Professional tanning salons keep a list of potential photosensitive medications available for you as well.
Aren't all tanning salons alike?
Definitely not. Sure, anyone can plug in a piece of tanning equipment and call themselves a tanning salon but indoor tanning is a sophisticated process that should not be taken lightly.
As members of the Smart Tan Network, our employees are professionally trained and certified annually. Other salons may claim they are trained, but they will never have the understanding of lamps and equipment and how they affect your skin that we have gained as Smart Tan members.
Furthermore, this Smart Tan Salon follows important medical issues, federal and state regulations and product updates giving you the smartest tanning experience available. So, "Tan With Confidence". We are absolutely the best!
Is there no such thing as a safe tan?
Actually, you could say that it is not safe to totally avoid the sun. Research suggests the benefits of regular sun exposure may outweigh the risks of overexposure by merely avoiding sunburn. Research shows that regular, moderate sun exposure might actually decrease your risk of getting breast cancer, colon cancer or even osteoporosis.
Women are 69 times more likely to die of breast cancer than skin cancer. And new research suggests that the Vitamin D you receive from ultraviolet light may inhibit the formation of many forms of cancer, including breast cancer. These are reported facts from many pieces of research, we are not saying indoor tanning is therapeutic.
Why do I feel better when I tan?
It's no big secret that when you look good, you feel great! Experts have known for years that there are many psychological benefits to tanning. Increased self-confidence and self-esteem are just a few of the obvious benefits and many more are surfacing.
Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.) is a condition that affects 35 million Americans during the winter. Its symptoms are mood swings, increased appetite and excessive sleeping. For years doctors have treated this condition with full-spectrum lighting absorbed through the eyes. New research, using ultraviolet light on the skin, has shown positive results as well. But one thing for sure: Tanning makes you look good and feel great!
Why should I use eye protection when I tan?
You risk serious injury to your eyes if you fail to wear your protective eyewear. Ultraviolet light can penetrate deep into your eyes when you tan. Specifically, the short waves of UVB can penetrate the cornea, possibly causing painful corneal eye burns. Some UVB and the longer waves of UVA can penetrate the lens or the retina, causing retinal burns or even cataracts and other long-term internal eye damage.
BECAUSE SOME OF THESE CONDITIONS TAKE YEARS TO DEVELOP, YOU MAY NOT REALIZE THAT YOU ARE DAMAGING YOUR EYES WHEN YOU FAIL TO WEAR EYEWEAR. Merely closing your eyelids while you tan is not enough!
Why should I use indoor tanning lotions when I tan?
Indoor tanning lotions work differently than outdoor tanning lotions. Indoor lotions are scientifically bio-engineered to maximize your tanning performance while moisturizing your skin.
Today's tanning lotions deliver nutrients to your skin that skin cells need to induce the tanning process. It is literally like feeding your tan. Also, these special ingredients, only found in indoor lotions, can help you attain a darker tan in fewer tanning visits, saving you money while taking care of your skin. You maximize your tan, your time and your money when you use indoor tanning lotions. Going without doesn't make sense.)
To maintain the integrity of our tanning acrylics, we will only allow approved tanning lotions that are sold in professional tanning salons. Maintaining our acrylics is a serious matter, as it determines the amount of UV light that penetrates to give you the results you desire.