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My Review of The Sundash Tanning Bed

When I go to my local tanning salon for some good indoor tanning, I always use the high powered tanning bed. The other weekend, I decided to try something new. I had not been tanning for a while and wanted to start building up a solidbase tan. After taking a break (a rest period in my overall tanning lifecycle) it was time to get started building a glowing tan. This time, I decided to try the low powered Sundash tanning bed. Following is my review of my experience using the Sundash and why I decided to try out this tanning bed.

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Why Did I Try The Sundash Tanning Bed

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Let's start out with my rationale. There are three main reasons I decided to try the Sundash rather than going directly to the high powered tanning bed. Fist, I just wanted to try something different with the sole intent of reviewing it on this site. I'm always looking for new and interesting topics about tanning and I thought this would be a great way to have something new to cover. Second, it's really cold around here right now. We're in the middle of the winter and I'm longing for the warm sun. I thought it would be really fun to go in the low powered bed because I could stay in there longer and enjoy more warm and comfortable time relaxing in the bed. (I definitely achieved this goal by staying in there for 12 minutes after not tanning for a few months.) Third I wanted to start out slowly. I had not been tanning for a few months and wanted to start out slowly for a safe base tan. A low powered bed is a good way to start off before "graduating" to a high powered bed. All three goals were achieved and I was overall quite pleased with my experience.

My Experience Trying Out The Sundash

I'll now go into the details of my experience using the Sundash tanning bed. I think the best way to do this will be to compare and contrast the Sundash with my experiences using high powered beds. First and foremost, I would say it was a good experience. I was able to save money tanning because the Sundash is more cost effective than the high powered beds. I was able to enjoy more time under the warm rays of the tanning bed, one of my favorite parts of the tanning experience. Most importantly, I definitely started building a nice base tan and could notice the results the same day. I will certainly be using the Sundash in the future as part of my tanning routine. I will not be replacing the high powered bed, but will be using the Sundash when I'm in the mood for it and also when I'm trying to build up a base tan.

One of the things that was really different about the Sundash versus the high powered beds I have used is space. The Sundash is much smaller inside than your typical high powered bed. This was a little difficult for me to get used to. It was a little more difficult to start my tanning session and get the bed closed and also just plain different from the big high powered beds that have tons of space to easily move around and flip over to avoid tanning bed lines. As a tanning tip for men, this bed is probably not going to work super well for tall guys. Another thing worth pointing out is airflow. I'm not sure if this is characteristic of all Sundash beds, but the airflow was not great and also was not adjustable like in the higher powered beds I have used. I really enjoy having the option to put the air up all the way for a refreshing breeze while I'm tanning. (As an interesting side note, beds like the S Class are super cool because they will "mist" on you at the touch of a button.)

The Sundash Is Perfect When Building Up Your Base Tan

There are pros and cons to everything. Of course, when you get a cheaper lower powered bed, you are not going to get all of the perks of a high powered bed. If you are looking to build up your base tan before graduating to a higher powered bed, I definitely recommend the Sundash. I had a great experience overall and plan to use it more. It's a great option in this economy to save money and a great way to spend more time in a warm tanning bed during the cold winter months.

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