As there are a number of General recommendations for the use of the Solarium and individual − those that fit certain categories.

The General rules of the Solarium are:

course sun can not be more than 8-10 sessions;
- the best time for tanning is 5-7 minutes;
- the interval between sessions should be at least two days;
- after the course you should take a break for at least a month;
- in the year of the Solarium can be no more than 50 times.

With these recommendations the likelihood of burns and other adverse effects from artificial tanning is minimized.

It is also important to take into account the individual style of the exterior. Blondes with light eyes and pale skin, Solarium, you must be careful as they are likely to be burnt even at the minimum duration of the procedure. The first session in this case should not exceed three minutes. Each subsequent visit, the time spent in the tanning bed can increase one minute. However, the maximum permitted blondes, is only 7 minutes. On this figure you have to stop, even if the tan falls smoothly and there are no visible negative changes in the skin are seen. 10 sessions is the maximum permissible rate for white women.

Red-haired girls with fair skin tanning in a Solarium is generally not recommended, as they have a high risk of causing melanoma − skin cancer. If a woman with this type of appearance still decide to ignore this recommendation, to be in the tanning bed it should be with extreme caution and no more than three minutes per session.

Fair-skinned girls with light brown hair and dark eyes − the winner of the European skin type can tan in the tanning bed, keeping only the General rules. The likelihood of burns is minimal, and the sun usually goes smoothly and quickly.

Girls with dark skin in General can afford not to visit the Solarium, as their body looks "tanned". However, if they want to become even more dark, it will be enough 5-7 sessions with a break of three days between them. The duration of the stay in the Solarium to owners of this type of skin can be increased to 12 minutes.

There are categories of persons to whom the Solarium is contraindicated at all. These include:

- people with a history of cancer;
- children under the age of 16 years;
- persons standing on the account at the dermatologist with skin diseases or rashes;
- people taking antibiotics (at the end of the treatment, the Solarium is permitted).