A new study from the University of California, Berkeley, shows that the average price of a tanning bed in California is more than $1,000.
And that doesn’t even take into account the cost of a tub of oil and the cost to apply it.
The study found that the typical California tanning room, where clients pay upwards of $300 per hour, is now at or near $1.1 million.
The cost of oil is just $250 per hour.
The price of tanning beds is the highest it’s been in 15 years, and the average cost of the oil and tub is more that $1 million, according to the report.
The research was published online in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
A recent survey from the state Department of Public Health and Human Services found that almost half of the respondents had no tanning products in their homes.
The survey found that nearly half of all people who reported using any type of tanbing or oil products had used them in the past year.
In some cases, the prevalence of those products was higher than the national average.
The researchers said that, at least in California, the high cost of oils is a concern.
They suggested that if consumers don’t pay for these products, then they can buy a less expensive product elsewhere.
They also said that the state needs to do a better job of identifying the consumers who are using these products and educating them about the risks.