The best tanning studio in Hull. Amazing sunbeds and amazing prices, classy, stylish and helpful staff. I would recommend to everyone to go and give it ago you won't be disappointed.Sarah
Went this morning. By far the best tanning salon in Hull. Beds are the best I've ever used, loved the style of the salon and owner is lovely. A credit to her and her partner hope they do well!Dawn
Best tanning studio ive been to, sunbeds are amazing, friendly staff, would definatley recommend using them to everyone xAlison
Fabulous studio! Staff are professional and friendly and prices are very reasonable! Would definitely recommend.Georgie
The skin pigment creates our natural colour. The amount of melanin in each person is genetically determined. Melanin is created deep within the skin cells and when exposed to UV the cells produced more melanin causing the skin to brown when rising to the surface of the skin, therefore production a tan. The outer layer of the skin thickens from the UV, our body uses this as protection from burning.
The most responsible way of tanning and is now become a regulation of the government that all sun beds must not have a UV output of more the 0.3W/ms. These are the safety regulations approved by the EU. When tanning a 0.3 session is the equivalent of a midday Mediterranean summer sun, without the risk of burning or over exposure. All our beds are 0.3 compliant.
When the skin comes in to contact with sunlight it naturally produces vitamin D. It has been recommended by Dr Michael Holick (Professor of medicine, physiology and biophysics at the University Boston School of Medicine, which is one of the top universities in USA) the the skin requires 5 minutes of unprotected UV exposure, 2 to 3 times a week, for body to produce the required levels of Vitamin D, depending on skin type. There are many benefits from Vitamin D associating the following:
Anyone can use a sunbed unless any of the following apply:
If you are on any form of medication please consult your doctor or GP before using a sunbed.