Tanning Sessions in a Standard or Turbo UV Bed at Beach Bunnies Tanning (Up to 69% Off). Two Options Available.


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C$33.90 56% C$18.90
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In a Nutshell

Sessions inside standard or turbo UV tanning beds lend bodies a bronze glow

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Must be 18 or over. Walk-ins welcome upon availability. New customers or customers who have not visited within the past 12 months only. Maximum each time is 20 minutes in the standard bed and 15 minutes in the turbo bed. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • C$15 for 60 minutes of tanning in a standard bed or 45 minutes of tanning in a turbo UV bed (C$33.90 value)
  • C$17.50 for 100 minutes of tanning in a standard bed or 75 minutes of tanning in a turbo UV bed (C$56.50 value)

Melanin: Coloring in the Human Body

Though it might seem relaxing, lying in the sun ignites a flurry of activity in your skin. Read on to find out about the biological process that results in a tan.

When sunlight hits your skin, it sets off a chain reaction that might end in a bronze tan or blistering sunburn, depending on a number of factors. At the top of the chain is the UV radiation itself, which hits the surface of the skin and stimulates melanin-producing skin cells called melanocytes. There are actually three types of melanin: eumelanin, pheomelanin, and neuromelanin. The first two contribute to hair, skin, and eye colour, whereas the third resides in certain parts of the brain (where its function remains something of a mystery to medicine). Eumelanin shows up as a brown colour, while phaelomelanin results in a red hue. (Blondes and redheads produce more phaelomelanin and thus tend to tan poorly.)

Melanin isn’t just there for looks. It acts as the skin's shield, designed to absorb UV radiation and quarantine its destructive effects from reaching other cells. Lighter-complexioned people produce melanin when subjected to UV rays over a period of time, which is why it often takes multiple sessions in a tanning bed to get a tan. Those with darker complexions—and the same number of melanocytes, curiously—produce melanin on a regular basis regardless of sun exposure, lending their skin a much more effective defense against skin cancer.

Customer Reviews

Very friendly and accomdating
Sheilaping · March 5, 2014
Great place! Very friendly staff and clean beds! I would recommend this tanning salon to anyone!
Leigh F. · February 23, 2014
No appointment necessary and great prices! Love this place!
Kim G. · February 10, 2014

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