The difference between a turbo solarium and a conventional solarium.

Alas, the inhabitants of our latitudes are not spoiled by the sun, while the bronze skin tone looks very impressive and suits absolutely everyone. However, not everyone can afford regular expensive trips to foreign resorts, and sometimes the only way to get an even tan is to visit a solarium. Regular or turbo solarium - which one should you give your preference to? And what does this mysterious "turbo" prefix actually mean? Many fans of the artificial sun confidently claim that the turbo solarium is much more effective than the usual one. Is this really so and what are their main differences? We will consider in this article.


Ordinary solarium - a special device for obtaining tanning by means of ultraviolet lamps.

Turbo solarium - solarium with a specific cooling system and enhanced ventilation.


Primarily in the cooling system. In a turbo solarium, it is so powerful that it allows the device to work non-stop for a long period of time without the risk of overheating. The forced ventilation system for the client is also much more powerful, which reduces the risk of skin burning. According to doctors, turbo solariums are much safer for health. After all, the risk of getting burn injuries arises only if you are in the cell for too long. This cannot be said about a regular solarium. With regular and prolonged visits to the latter, the likelihood of developing cancer arises.

It should also be mentioned that some manufacturers of tanning salons add the "turbo-" prefix to devices that have increased power due to a large number of lamps (at least 42 pieces). That is why the tanning session in them is reduced to 7-8 minutes.


  1. The turbosolarium has a powerful cooling system, due to which it can work non-stop for a long time.
  2. The forced ventilation system in the turbo solarium significantly reduces the risk of burns.
  3. Turbo solarium is safer than usual, because with regular visits to the latter, the risk of oncological diseases increases.