People looking to catch a few rays in an indoor tanning bed will face a steeper price under the Senate's healthcare legislation.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's (D-Nev.) manager's amendment to the health bill, the final package of changes and tweaks to the legislation, would impose a 10 percent tax on "indoor tanning services."

The tax is replaces a handful of cosmetic-related taxes the original Senate health bill had included. That tax had been a five percent levy on "elective cosmetic medical procedures," leading Republicans to mock it as a tax on botox, or a "botax."