Do you want to have a year-round tan without having to travel to the beach? Hate going to the salon only to find you have to wait in line despite a set appointment time? If so, maybe you should consider buying your own home tanning bed. Home tanning beds are ideal for those who spend a lot of time at the beach or salon trying to soak up some color. As long as there's enough room in a home for the machine, it will certainly be more convenient. But, for those who spend a lot of money on salon tanning, the purchase might even be a cost saver. The advantage of owning your own tanning bed include: * Ease of use.
There's no longer a need to book an appointment, take off from work or what have you. Tanning is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. * Less driving. You won't have to drive to the beach or salon. * Money savings.
By no longer having to pay for salon services, or gas for the trips, the cost of your bed should pay itself back pretty quickly. Of course, there are other benefits, not the least of which is the fact your tan will be easier to maintain all over. By having the bed in your own home, you have the freedom to tan as little or as much as you want when ever you want.
Now, going about choosing the right kind of bed for you and your wallet can be the really tricky proposition. Tanning beds are fairly complex pieces of machinery and you want one that's not only good, but also safe and, of course, affordable. This means you're going to have to do some shopping around and some studying up.
Since you'll be putting your body in the bed and tanning your skin there, you want a bed that's known for its quality and its safety features. You don't want to cut corners here. Used tanning beds can be a good route to go for money savings, but make certain the bed you get is one that meets certain safety and performance requirements. Becoming a crispy critter on Day One isn't your intent! Before you buy a bed, new or used, check into different manufacturers and models. Read consumer reports and safety alerts. Check the different features beds have.
As the solo user of the bed, you'll want one with a lot of user control options. Make sure you read reports from past buyers, too. Look for information about how the beds performed in home settings and what past owners have said about ease of use, safety features and so on. A tan is something many people want and will go to great lengths to get.
A home tanning bed is a great way to go for those who don't have the time or the inclination to head to the beach or salon to keep their color maintained. It can be a cost savings, too, for those who spend a lot of money on the pursuit. Plus, the convenience just can't be beat.
Just make sure what you buy is solid, safe and functional. Shopping around and doing some homework can result in a great purchase.