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There are several types of tanning beds and tanning bed products available in the market which can offer you that healthy golden glowing skin.

Tanning Bed Lotions

Using tanning bed lotions are one of easiest and convenient ways for sunless tanning. Tanning bed lotions helps you to get the perfect shade of bronze to your skin. But the real trick to effective and healthy sunless tanning is to finding out the best tanning bed lotions which can give you that healthy golden glowing skin. While selecting tanning bed lotions you need to be careful to select tanning bed lotions which contain moisturizers, cocoa butter or aloe vera. This is important as tanning bed lotions which lacks these ingredients can result in drying out of the skin.

Tanning bed lotions can be applied on a consistent basis to keep your skin healthy as you tan. For those people who used to burn easily can apply a thicker coat of tanning bed lotions for the initial few visits in the salon. By using more tanning lotion, one can reduce the effects of burning or peeling.

As the skin type and pigment level of one person differs from the other, it is always a good option to first try out various indoor tanning bed lotions to find the one which best suits one’s skin. Tanning bed lotions can be purchased from beauty salons or other stores.

Tanning Bed Lamps

Tanning bed lamps are designed in similar manner to general lighting low-pressure florescent lamps. The major difference between the two types is the phosphor used. The phosphor used in a tanning bed lamp allows UVA and UVB rays to be emitted at controlled levels.

The latest tanning bed lamps available in the stores are great at delivering a golden bronze tan for your skin. The lamps are designed so as to work quickly as well. Tanning bed lamps also helps to reduce your exposure to the harmful UV rays.

There are several types of tanning beds and tanning bed products available in the market. Many of them are designed to be used in home while several others are designed for commercial and tanning parlors. Before purchasing tanning bed lotions, tanning bed lamps, or any other tanning bed products, it is advisable to shop around and compare the latest models available in the stores. This is very important as the technology used in tanning bed products is constantly changing; so it is the responsibility of the customers to keep up with the technology and changing tanning bed products to achieve the best possible results.

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  1. Mackenzie P says:

    Hi so i am very clueless when it comes to fashion butI love the looks of floral outfits and girly outfits! Here are some examples of stuff I want to wear (think Quinn Fabray/ dianna agron from glee)


    If you could please help me answer the questions I will forever be grateful to you in the name of fashion;D

    1. Where can i get clothes for cheaper that look like the ones dianne agron is wearing? I know it lists where to get them but the actual clothing is so expensive! What stores sell clothes that are similar to her style? (girly and feminine)

    2. Do like this girly style?

    3. Alot of people wear the “IN” stuff like crop tops…and colorful jeans…and sparkles (haha) so its a bit different….do you think i would get made fun of if i dressed in this more mature girly way? (im in highschool)

    4. What can i do to change these outfits so i can keep warm during this winter? (Well i mean i know to wear a coat…duh haha but like what kind? should i wear hats? scarves?

    5. Last what colors do you think would suit me? I have long black hair and tan skin and brown eyes.(kind of like lea michele: see link below of course though i am definetly not as pretty as she is but my hairs her color and my skin is also her color…maybe a little darker) so what colors would you recomend?


    Thats it! Thank you so much for helping me out!:) Like i said before I am really bad at this stuff and i really need the help! Any other advice will be welcomed! Thank you!:)

  2. Sergeant Pickle says:

    Hi all,

    I’m very poor, my 92 Ford Escort broke down and bought a 94 Chevy cavalier that didn’t come with a stereo, from the looks of it the radio was stolen because the wires were cut. I took the factory stereo from the Escort and tried putting it in the cavalier using the wiring schematics listed below. there are two Yellow wires so I’m not sure which is which, but I tried both and neither worked. Nothing in the stereo turns on, I thought at first it was a Theft Protection of some sort, but doesn’t it have to turn on to set the code? I’ve checked the Fuses and although there isn’t a separate one for the radio, it doesn’t look like any are blown, and I made sure to take the neg. off the battery.

    Is switching out factory stereos even possible. and if so, what could I have done wrong?

    this should be the cavalier wiring:

    Car Radio Constant 12v+ Wire: Orange
    Car Radio Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow
    Car Radio Ground Wire: Black
    Car Radio Illumination Wire: Gray
    Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: Brown
    Car Stereo Antenna Trigger: Pink
    Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Tan
    Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Gray
    Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Light Green
    Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Green
    Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Brown
    Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Yellow
    Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Dark Blue
    Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Light Blue

    this should be the wires on the ford radio:

    Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Blue/Red
    Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Blue/Black
    Car Radio Ground Wire: Black
    Car Radio Illumination Wire: Red/Black
    Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Violet
    Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Blue/Orange
    Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Blue/White
    Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): White
    Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): White/Blue
    Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Red/Blue
    Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): White/Green
    Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Blue

  3. nyyankees1123 says:

    PLAN: I live in DC, and I’m going for a one week vacation from the 19th to the 26th. First, were going to Florida (boring airplane ride *snore*) and of course, the first place we’re hitting is Disney World, then after 3 days there, we’re going to visit the beach for a day, then, for going on a cruise to the Bahama’s.

    PROBLEM: I ALWAYS forget stuff when i go on trip (toothbrush, comb, Sunblock, you name it) Of course, everything else is ready (Airplane, Hotel, tickets for Disney World, Cruise [food is served 3 times a day while in the cruise] passport everything) Now, can anyone give me ideas on what to take? A list maybe? How many outfits should I take? (I’m 17, and I’m going with my 25 year old sister)

    So far I’m thinking I should take:
    -$500 to spend on whatever I want
    -7 dresses (I LOVE dresses)
    -Tanning lotion
    -LOTS of hair ties (I have long hair, and ALWAYS lose at least 3 of them)
    -7 changes in underwear
    -Bathing suit

    Okay, that’s all I’ve got. Anything I’m forgetting? Any more ideas? By the way, what should I do with those boring ours on that plane? Never been to Disney World (or Florida, just to El Salvador) any place you recommend hitting while we’re there? I’ve never been on a ship before, is it cold? Am going to get nausea’s? >< Should I take snacks on the plane? Should I take accessories? Think I'm going to see any cute guys over there? I don't want to be all dressy dressy if it's only going to be a bunch of old geezers *yuck* And last but not least, should I take more than $500 for my spending needs? What would you recommend?

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