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tanning booth is a device that emits
radiation, usually for the purpose of
a cosmetic tan. They are very similar to
bed, but the design is such that it
is intended to be used while standing up,
rather than lying down.
booths generally use 160 watt VHO (Very
High Output) or 180 watt VHO-R (Very High
Output with Reflector) lamps which is similar
to the Mediterranean
sun during mid day. Some less expensive
systems use standard 100 watt HO (High Output)
or RUVA (Reflector UVA) lamps. Many people
confuse "VHO-R" and "VHR ", with the latter
being a trademark of Cosmedico lamps for
their versions of the VHO-R lamps.
The average tanning booth has from 32 to
56 lamps and uses a 10 to 15 minute tanning
to tanning beds
booths are similar but distinct from tanning
beds in that they are vertical rather than
horizontal, but there are generally other
differences as well. Most tanning booths
use the higher watt VHO and VHO-R lamp,
which consume 160 and 180 watts respectively,
while most tanning beds use 100W HO lamps,
although there are many exceptions. Tanning
booths are often said to give the user a
better tan because it is easier to move
while tanning, and most have handles above
the head, which makes tanning under the
arms and on the sides easier. Most booths
do not have a reflector system behind the
lamps because they use the VHO-R lamps,
which have a more effective reflector built
inside the lamp itself. This forces all
the light to be focused out the front of
the lamp, reducing lost UV from phase
cancellation. This is where two opposing
waves (in this case, UV) that are out of
phase with each other partially cancelling
each other out, resulting in a loss of net
UV that reaches the user.
difference that is not as obvious is that
there are no pressure points when tanning
inside a booth. A person using a tanning
bed is supported by the acrylic, and in
these areas the blood flow is reduced. Melanin
production is somewhat reduced in these
areas leading to a tan that is not completely
even. For most individuals, this isn't very
obvious but certain individuals will experience
circular areas with slight but noticeably
less tan in those pressure areas. Most (but
not all) tanning booths do not have acrylics
and instead use a wire mesh to protect the
user from the lamps. Although this results
in a somewhat higher UV transmission, it
does not offer the same protection that
a solid acrylic sheet offers.
is very common for tanning booths to have
shorter exposure times than tanning beds.
This is partially due to the more common
use of the 160-180 watt lamps, which produce
than a 100w lamp. Another factor is the
choice of most manufacturers to use a higher
UVB style lamp. Because the FDA regulates
exposure time using a method that biases
against UVB (for all tanning units), this
reduces the average exposure time from the
traditional 15 to 20 minutes found on most
tanning beds, to 10 to 15 minutes, with
some booths even lower. Tanning booths are
subject to the same regulations as tanning
beds, including posting the suggested time
exposure in a conspicuous place on the tanning
unit, and in the original owners manual.
booths are not as common as tanning beds
because they generally cost significantly
more and because they are not as comfortable,
as you tan standing up. This limits the
adoption of tanning booths over tanning
bed particularly in the residential market,
where comfort and price are primary considerations
for purchasing. There are no published statistics
on the number of booths sold versus tanning
beds, as all US tanning bed manufacturers
are privately held companies and these numbers
are considered proprietary. Anecdotal evidence
would indicate that less than 10% of the
tanning units in professional tanning salons
reason professional salons may choose a
booth over a bed is the amount of space
required, as a booth requires significantly
less square footage than a bed. Also, many
booths have the option of a dressing room
attached to the unit, which means the salon
owner doesn't have to build a special room
to house the unit, reducing their initial
cost to install. This often offsets the
higher cost of the unit.
with any device that emits ultraviolet,
there are risks, especially with overexposure.
Tanning booths are not safer than tanning
beds, as the basic mechanics are the
same. See sun
tanning for a more complete list of
the potential hazards associated with tanning
indoors or out.
to ultraviolet radiation is known to cause
advance skin ageing and wrinkling,
and reduce immune system response.
Frequent tanning bed use triples the risk
of developing melanoma,
the deadliest form of skin cancer.
Children and adolescents who use tanning
beds are at greater risk because of biological
vulnerability to ultraviolet radiation.
Public Health Service states that UV
radiation, including the use of sun
lamps and sun beds is "known to be a human
It further states that the risk of developing
cancer in the years after exposure is greatest
in people under 30 years old.
of tanning using ultra-violet lamps has
increased, particularly for people under
30 years of age, due to the greatly increased
risk of skin cancers.
Some jurisdictions, i.e. the United Kingdom
(except for Northern Ireland),
have banned the use of tanning booths and
beds by those under eighteen.
February 2012 the state Government
of New South Wales in Australia announced
its intention to ban new solariums (including
tanning beds), starting in 2014. This excludes
the use by medical professionals or privately
in Australia, announced a ban on commercial
solariums and tanning beds starting in 2013.
Frequent tanning-bed use triples melanoma
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