A BEAUTY fan has revealed she installed a sun lounger in her house for “convenience” – and everyone is saying the same thing about it.
Heidie Hopper, who goes by the name heidihopper413 on TikTok, shared a video showing the indoor tanning device.
She captioned the video, “It’s so handy, honestly.”
While filming herself turning on the tanning bed, she added, “This is your sign to get a tanning bed in your house.”
Indoor tanning uses a device that emits ultraviolet radiation to create a cosmetic tan.
It is typically found in tanning salons, gyms, spas, hotels and sports complexes, and less often in private homes.
Sunbeds don’t come cheap, with some starting at £700 and going up to £15,000.
And it’s the price of the sun lounger that everyone is talking about in the comments.
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One wrote: “Go on how much is one?”
Another asked, “Kind, how much power does this use – quite a bit.”
A third said: “Imagine what Mam would say about the Leccy (SIC) bill.”
While someone else explained how much it cost her to stay in her home for four weeks.
They wrote: “The exact same tanning bed I have £150 for 4 weeks! The best of the best.”
And someone else added: “In most tanning shops it’s around £120 for four weeks or £60 for unlimited minutes for a month?
“I’ve tried sun loungers at home and the shops are 100 times better!”
However, another person said they prefer the saloon sunbeds.
They wrote, “I’ve had one and I don’t think it’s as strong as the sunbeds in the store.”
According to the NHS, tanning beds emit ultraviolet (UV) rays, which increase the risk of developing skin cancer, both skin cancer (melanoma) and skin cancer (non-melanoma).
Many solariums emit a larger dose of UV radiation than the tropical midday sun. The risks are greater for young people.
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