Specializing in holistic health needs since 1985, Healthmart pharmacies provide timely, detailed, and extensive assistance for pharmacological requests and body befuddlements. Healthmart features substantial stores of vitamins and supplements, such as Sundown Naturals echinacea ($7.09 for 100 count) to beat your stubborn winter cold or Nature's Bounty fish oil ($14 for 180 count) to painlessly remove your ankle beard. Healthmart accepts all insurance companies, can fill prescriptions in 5–10 minutes, and offers free delivery for personal prescriptions or over-the-counter medications. The Portage location also carries Ayurvedic supplements for individuals inclined toward natural health and penicillin-resistant poltergeists.
Island Heat Tanning Spa earned a Kalamazoo Gazette Readers' Choice Award for its UV and spray tans—both of which are available at four intensity levels, for easy hue customization. Its VersaSpa sunless tanning formula has been featured on E's Sunset Tan, and bronzes physiques without leaving behind any telltale orange undertones. The spa's four UV tanning-bed styles, meanwhile, boast features such as built-in speakers and aromatherapy scents.
Video Hits rents out video games and DVDs, including new releases that are available before they show up in rental kiosks. In addition to the latest blockbuster or comedy flick, the staff of movie buffs also maintains a large stock of independent and foreign films. Customers can also check out the staff picks for viewing suggestions.
Malibu Tanning sends paleness packing with airbrushing and five levels of tanning beds to achieve a sun-kissed glow sans the actual sun. First-time tanners and those looking for a relaxing experience can recline in the level-one Sunstar bed ($5/session), which features 100-watt bulbs to build a base tan and a base camp for a future influx of pigmentation. The level-two Solaris bed ($10/session), level-three SolarForce bed ($15/session), and level-four Sunscape bed ($20/session) incrementally step up dermal darkening within reasonable spans of tanning temporality, leaving customers with plenty of time to return to archiving vintage TV Guides. The futuristically fabricated level-five Velocity bed ($25/session) employs an open-air design to keep clients cool, while a radio with an MP3 jack plays custom tunes and 18 facial bulbs at 1,000 watts each provide long-lasting color for both fair- and dark-skinned clients. Tanners can also skip the UV rays altogether and achieve brilliant bronzing with an airbrush-tanning session ($35).