Spanning more than 150 locations and six states, L.A. Tan's beautifying services polish pallid epidermises into shining, bronzed statues and brighten smiles with whitening treatments. A Level 1, 2, or 3 booth tan glows warmly with UVB rays, stimulating the body's production of vitamin D and burnishing epidermises to a brilliant sheen. UV-free spray tans, such as Mystic Tan or Versa Spa sessions, quickly glaze outer skin shells into glistening hues without exposing hides to the sun's harmful rays or pitiful knock-knock jokes.
Armed with safe, speedy, ClearScan laser hair removal technology, the highly qualified medical staff at Premier Aesthetic and Laser Centre are able to use a computer-guided scanning system to evenly zap away offending follicles from the lip, chin, underarm, ears, hands, toes, or neckline. While the number of treatments needed varies from area to area, all three treatments must be used on the same area, meaning customers will have to pick their favorite furry body part for swift depilation, and make it up to the others with extra cuddling.
Since opening in the early 1990s with just four stores, L.A. Tan has expanded into a national brand that counts more than 180 locations in six states. Members can tan at any location they wish, selecting from services that range from at least five levels of high-end UV beds to spray-tan booths from top brands such as Mystic Tan and VersaSpa. Anyone unsure of how to navigate all the options can seek advice from one of L.A. Tan's certified tanning professionals, who know each tanning bed on a first-name basis. They also give consultations, build custom packages based on individual skin type, and offer take-home products that help tans last longer. Dependent on the location, spray tanning systems will vary; call desired location for further details.
Stylist Dagmar Cianelli opened The Hair Studio & Day Spa in 1980 with the aim of bringing high-end beauty treatments to the ladies and gents of Delaware. Though she has since passed the hair-dryer-shaped torch to her son and current owner, Stephen, Dagmar remains on staff, snipping and smoothing 'dos with haircuts and doses of keratin. The Cianellis are joined by a team of fellow hair artists, aestheticians, nail techs, and bodywork pros who pamper bodies from head to toe?and release tension from muscles and minds.
Rachel Cooper specializes in color. She brandishes her tint brush deftly, whether crafting natural looks or dipping ends in a bold, punky hue. In addition to executing chameleon-esque color changes, Cooper snips locks, shapes 'dos, and waxes what hairs her clients don't want. She's been in the beauty industry since the invention of combs, which was almost 15 years ago.