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Sunangel FAQs

No. The sensor works to a far greater degree of accuracy by measuring the individual sensitivity of the skin. Theoretically, the sensor can measure an infinite number of skin types to calculate an individual UV dose.

Nothing. The sensor is switched off during a tanning session.

Yes and no. The sensor detects redness on the skin and calculates a lower dose. In some cases, customers may receive a lower UV dosage if they come back in for a tanning session within twenty-four hours (to be avoided) ? whetherfrom a sunbed or the natural sun. The sensor will recognise the redness, which may or may not be recognisable to the naked eye.

Avoiding sunburn ? the skin?s current sensitivity to UV light is recorded before each session and the UV power emitted is individually adjusted accordingly.
· Perfect tanning result: Intelligently blending UV-A and UV-B makes better use of those UV spectrum ranges that give you a tan.

· Separate output levels for the face and body, as UV sensitivity is usually different between the face and body.

· Additional skin analysis using classic features such as eye and hair colour or freckles is unnecessary. Remember that people with skin type I (sensitive skin) should not be using a sunbed or sunbathing at all.

· The preset 20 minutes gives you more time to tan existing pigment and generate new pigment.

· No complex calibration on the measuring station or sunbed is necessary.

· Fast measurement.

Does this eliminate consultation in our salon?
No, the following points need to be mentioned:
· Medications, as many available may have phototoxic effects and make the skin more sensitive.

The following groups should not sunbathe:
· Non-pigmented skin type I (sensitive skin) and skin type II with freckles.

· Anyone with unusual and/or many moles, anyone with a frequent family history of melanoma or anyone younger than eighteen years of age.

No. However, you can reduce the power manually using the facial tanner button or turn off the facial tanners completely. The tanners can be turned on or powered up within the limits of the original power level calculated.

Yes, the facial tanners start at the highest level calculated for the face in the first measurement; the power may decrease during the tanning session. The Voice Guide will inform you on any adjustment in power before it happens.

Yes. Depending on the skin measurement, the UV-B or TYPE B low-pressure lamps may be switched off in the face or body area, or dimmed in the face area. This reduces any risk of sunburn and protects your customers.

No. The lamp geometry and gap between lamps and body have been designed in such a way as to eliminate stripes forming.

Yes, we have implemented the benefi ts of performance regulation using dimmable electronic ballasts using two integrated lamp set chip cards for types A and B (adjusting UV output for aging lamps).

Because less UV power is emitted; the lamps are more often dimmed or completely switched off, extending the life of your UV lamps.

By electronic ballasts that vary power between 80 and 200W.

This is the time that 93% of all Europeans need to reach an ideal tan.

Yes, you can change the time in preset mode to any time between 15 and 30 minutes. The twenty-minute period is ideal, however.

No. Skin types II to IV are given as much UV light as they can safely take on the given day throughout the tanning session (twenty minutes). Nobody with skin type I (sensitive skin) should attempt to tan on a sunbed or in the sun.