August 13, 2010, Newsletter Issue #256: Low Pressure Tanning Beds

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Low pressure tanning beds get their name from the pressure contained within the glass tube. This pressure amounts to somewhat less than one atmosphere, actually making it somewhat of a vacuum.Low pressure beds are generally less expensive than high pressure beds.

Low pressure tanning beds allow more UVB light to filter through which means users may burn more easily, often making low pressure beds less desirable than high pressure beds. Also, it may take 10 to 15 sessions before users can establish a good base tan and tanners may have to tan more frequently in order to keep up their tan.

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