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Last Revised: June 14’2016

This “Site” (as defined below) is owned and operated by Bel-O-Sol Tanning Salon (operating under 1427141 ONTARIO INC) (“Bel-O-Sol”,”Bel-O-Sol Tanning Salon”, “us” or “we”) These terms of service (the “Terms of Service”, “TOS” or “Agreement”) set forth the legal terms and conditions governing your use of our website located at www.salon.com and any other online and mobile websites and interactive applications operated by Salon that are related to www.belosoltanning.com and www.ottawatanningsalon.com (collectively, the “Site”), unless a different policy is provided on a particular site, application or service.
Before using our services or website, please read these TOS carefully. Please also review the Salon Privacy Policy (the “Privacy Policy”), which is incorporated herein by this reference. Your use of the Site confirms your agreement to be bound by these Terms of Service, and is subject to your continued compliance with these Terms of Service. If you do not agree to be bound by these Terms of Service, you may not access or otherwise use the Site.


Cancellation of Appointments
Please understand that when you forget or cancel your appointment without giving enough notice, we miss the opportunity to fill that appointment time, and clients on our waiting list miss the opportunity to receive services. Our appointments are confirmed 48 hours in advance because we know how easy it is to forget an appointment you booked months ago.  Since the services are reserved for you personally, a Cancellation fee will apply.
Less than 24-hour notice will result in a charge of $20. “No shows” will be charged $40.

To ensure a comfortable and relaxing environment, children under 12 years old cannot be left in the salon unattended without adult supervision. Absolutely no one under the age of 18 years old are allowed inside the tanning rooms.

Nail Polish during Tanning
We do not allow tanners to turn on their belly during tanning if they have finger or toe nail paint. The nail polish will melt onto the tanning acrylic, causing damage. A fee ranging from $50 to $350 may be charged to the customer.

Equipment Damage
Customers are responsible for any damage made to the tanning equipment during their tanning sessions.  We recommend being careful keys, mobile phones, shoes, zippers from clothes and other items that may cause scratches or damage to the tanning beds.

Abusive or Disruptive Behavior
We reserve the right to refuse anyone’s business. We may cancel your membership or package if you acting in a disruptive way or using abusive language to any staff member.

All sales on products and services are final. We do not issue refunds for any product or services.

Tanning Packages
Tanning packages (minutes and sessions) expire after 365 days from the date of purchase (unless it’s a 30-day membership). We do not allow sharing of unlimited packages. Sharing of minute packages are allowed on a per situation basis under staff/management approval.

Negative Online Reviews

By using our services, you agree not to post negative reviews online. To resolve any problems or issues, please contact management.




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The medical information provided here is, at best, of a general nature and cannot substitute for the advice of a medical professional (for instance, a qualified doctor/physician, nurse, pharmacist/chemist, and so on).

The statements made within this website have not been evaluated by the Health Canada.

The information provided is believed to be accurate based on the best judgment of the author but the reader is responsible for consulting with their own health professional on any matters raised within.

While every effort will be made to continually research and review various health-related information, In addition, the viewer of this site is advised that medical information is continually evolving.

The human body is complex to say the least. Although each person is similar in general structure and function, each is also uniquely different, responding differently to similar stimuli, therapies and conditions. While there are groups which are statistically at risk of being very low on vitamin D, what may help one person in a certain circumstance or condition, may not help another.

It is important to us that our readers are fully informed as it relates to all aspects of our publication. One of the controversial issues we address regularly has to do with exposure to UV-B light and the production of Vitamin D as well as the associated benefits. Along with Vitamin D production exposure to UV-B light can result in a tan something we believe is beneficial to human health if done responsibly. In light of that we ask you to consider the following: Tanning, whether by sunlight or sunbed, may cause pre-mature aging of the skin and skin cancer. Exposure to UV-B, whether by sunlight or by sunbed, produces Vitamin D in the body. However, mild exposure to UV-B is sufficient. Tanning is not required to generate Vitamin D. Vitamin D levels in the body may be maintained or increased by oral supplements without tanning. Increased Vitamin D levels have been associated in some studies with a reduced risk of such conditions as breast, colon, prostate and ovarian cancers, multiple sclerosis and diabetes. These associations have not been proven conclusively. Further information on Vitamin D and human health is available at Pubmed.com, the site of the United States National Institutes of Health.