Frequently Asked Questions
With convenient indoor tanning you can tan at any time and aren’t limited to daylight hours or weather conditions.
With private indoor tanning you can tan in the nude or partially nude to eliminate tan lines. You can help ensure that you won’t get a sunburn when following an appropriate time exposure. Outdoor sun exposure is an uncontrollable environment as no one can control the sun.
Outdoor exposure varies in intensity depending on such factors as altitude, cloud cover, air pollutants, reflective surfaces, times of day, time of year, and proximity to the equator.
The controlled environment and the ability to time your UV exposure to the minute makes burning less likely with a tanning bed than with outdoor sun exposure.
NOTE: Boca Tanning Club requires written verification of a doctors permission to use tanning equipment during the pregnancy and also reserves the right to refuse tanning to pregnant mothers on a case by case basis. Please let us know if you are or could be pregnant, Boca Tanning Club will commit hold unlimited packages from this point until a time period when the mother can safely tan again.
Many common medications and even ingredients in food, shampoos & soaps can cause photo sensitivity which may lead to overexposure. If you are taking prescription medications please check with your physician regarding possible photo sensitivity. Perfumes and colognes containing Furocoumarins, compound from natural products such as plants and fruits. Their natural oils can cause your skin to become highly sensitive to UV light. Food and fruits that contain photosensitizing agents: celery, carrots, lime, coriander, parsley, fennel, dill, buttercup, mustard and fig. Not everyone will experience a photosensitive reaction. Also, someone who experiences a photosensitive reaction once will NOT necessarily experience it again or every time.
Medications will NOT cause the same degree of skin reaction in all individuals.