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.
Bill Brown never imagined a future in which he made chocolates for a living?let alone chocolates that appear in movies. But in 2008, he left his corporate job to open William Dean Chocolates, which he named in honor of his father and grandfather. Often airbrushed with bright jewel tones, his chocolates got their big break when they made a guest appearance in two of the Hunger Games movies, but they're just as delicious off-screen. The only possible downside is that they're almost too gorgeous to eat. Almost, but not quite.
AirHeads Trampoline Arena's wall-to-wall green and blue trampolines abound with bouncers of all ages. Its lively atmosphere and attentive staff even earned it a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence a 2014. In addition to open-jump sessions, the facility's extra-large trampoline hosts pickup dodgeball matches and basketball games. The concessions area sates appetites with snacks such as pizza, hot dogs, and chicken wraps, and the full arcade reacquaints jumpers and astronauts with gravity's awkwardly relentless grip.
Merle Norman owner Kelly Machbitz is a local fashionista and beauty guru, and she has made a host of appearances offering advice on local shows. Though her website is light on service details, rest assured that Merle Norman can help remedy even the most unsavory complexions. This Groupon allows clients to see what it's like to live adult life with a baby's face, just like Prad Bitt in The Noteworthy Notion of Willoughby Waistcoat. Your skin will be re-softened to horse-nose levels, while imperfections will be harshly instructed to take a hike off a one-way cliff. Like a monogrammed beach tote or all-knowing mood ring, the state-of-the-art treatment is completely personalized to your pores and uses only products designed for your skin.
The auto exalters at Wax On Wax Off gussy up crust-encrusted cars with a lustrous spread of on-location detailing services. The comprehensive Works package kicks off with a full-service cleanse that employs potent power washers to purge the dregs of yesteryear from exteriors, underbodies, and marble-bust hood ornaments of Vin Diesel. An expert application of Rain-X repels overly clingy raindrops, and a coat of Armor All ably plucks the lack from each tire's natural luster. A complimentary air freshener drapes its nose-fetching fragrance across an Armor All-coated interior, and a thorough scrubbing of inner windows ensures drivers can clearly spot dive-bombing pigeons. Whether customers are at home, at work, or about town, Wax On Wax Off's highly trained staff can sling soap on-location in each customer's driveway, lawn, or abandoned airplane hangar.
Weary of chemicals hidden in skincare products, Andrew Guilfoil concocted his own epidermis-doting line, B. Andrew, from exclusively natural and organic ingredients. The three-part skincare system starts with a warming exfoliating mask, engineered to whisk away blackheads, damaged cells, and lost-bet tattoos from the face while smoothing fine lines and wrinkles (a $39 value). Next, the daily facial cleanser—forged from olive-leaf oils, chamomile, grapefruit seeds, and more—gently bathes skin of any type (a $20 value) before the Isis skin serum energizes enervated visages (a $69 value). Requiring only two drops per application, the serum employs an earthy army of bark, root, and herb nutrients that, once absorbed, leaves faces softer than a boy-king's hands.