What Is A "Super Booth"?
In a strong economy, indoor tanning, like many types of businesses, becomes very
competitive. Since intelligent tanners discovered that salons offering the
lowest prices were not the best value, the term "super booth" was invented to
justify price increases and an attempt to compete on a different level.
Tanning units are classified as either HO(high output), with ballasts that limit
salons to using 100 watt lamps, or VHO (very high output), systems with
ballasts that use 168 watt lamps. Most units are manufactured as HO, which are
less expensive to purchase and re-lamp.
Salons with low wattage(HO) units sometimes use lamps with a high UVB (burning)
ratio and consider their units to be "super booths or beds" But, high UVB lamps
only increase the tanners' chances of burning, especially those with sensitive
skin types. Burning is neither a safe nor effective method of tanning.
Tan Plus features specially engineered booths that utilize a high-powered
ballast system (1500 m.a. vs. 800 m.a.in HO units) to accommodate a 168 watt
VHO (very high output) tanning lamp. No other system is more powerful. All of
our booths are the same and lamp hours are carefully monitored and changed in a
In reality the term "super booth or bed" is merely a marketing tool. But, if the
tanning client is not satisfied with the results...there is really nothing
"super" about it.
Special Features - Must Reads For All Tanners:
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Full Product Ingredient Disclosure... We’re Not Afraid
The products featured on our website contain a complete ingredients list with
explanation of the purpose and benefit of the ingredients used. Many skincare products claim to be “Natural” and sell from $50.00 to $150.00 yet the product manufacturers will not disclose
their full list of ingredients on their websites. What Are They Afraid Of?