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IBeauty & Tan Salon

Tanning
4625 First Street, Pleasanton, CA 94566 4625 First Street, Pleasanton Directions
Today 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM Open All Hours
+19258468267

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    10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

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Report | 8 days ago
This was my first time getting an airbrush tan and it was great. The girl was really nice and made me feel really comfortable. I will totally be going back.
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Report | 8 days ago
Great service. Nice girls. Fun nail art!
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Report | 23 days ago
BUYER BEWARE!!! When getting eyelashes done, hold on tight to you’re purse. Someone there moved my purse while my eyes were tapped shut and $100 went missing. Also if you purchase eyelash Groupon it clearly states on there it is for a full set of eyelashes but when you are there they only do parcel and they only lasted 1 week.
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Report | a month ago
Removal of gel manicure costs $5 if the gel wasn't applied by them. The lady working at the counter told me this after I'd already sat down and had my gel removed.
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Report | a month ago
Great place, very welcoming and relaxing. Love that they have other services. It’s like a one stop shop
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Report | a month ago
A very young lady came to do my Brazilian wax. I asked her if she has done it for a while, and she responded that she did it for six months and was trained well. And then the horror begun. The wax was the wrong temperature/consistency, so it would not pull off. I thought she will reap my skin off and asked to cut our session short. The lotion she applied to clean up was burning me, even after wipes and baby powder were used. Maybe because the wax burned or pulled my skin. I barely escaped the salon, half waxed and with burning pain. The thing is, I don't blame the young lady. I do blame people who hired her, didn't properly train and didn't provide the tools.
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Report | 2 months ago
The lady was in hurry to complete manicure and pedicure. She hardly scrub my feet and spent no less than a minute to massage them. For manicure, she asked to dip fingers in cold water, which she replaced later on request.
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Report | 2 months ago
It was what it was. I mean maybe I should have expected it for the price? The receptionist was friendly. Did not LOVE the nail experience & my toe was already chipped from a poor paint job. They had two different music stations on, the water was in a bucket on a rickety and unstable setup causing me to feel awkward, and the chair that was supposed to massage me was a joke. Loud and ineffective.
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Report | 2 months ago
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Report | 2 months ago
Place was good and manicure was well done
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Sun spots. Liver spots. Solar lentigines. No matter what you call them, those flat gray, brown, and black spots on the skin come from the same place: space. Specifically, the sun. All skin color is the result of a pigment called melanin produced in the epidermis. Each person's skin produces melanin at certain rate, but ultraviolet rays from the sun accelerate that process, which creates a darker, tanned appearance. Over years, melanin can become particularly concentrated in one area and clump together to form age spots, typically on the hands, face, shoulders, and other areas regularly exposed to sunlight. (Freckles are produced through a similar process, but their formation is much more strongly predicted by genetics and by whether you're dressing up as Raggedy Ann for Halloween this year.)

Age spots are ultimately harmless, but there are many ways to treat their appearance. Prescription-strength and over-the-counter creams use retinol or hydroquinone to make the spots gradually fade over time. Laser treatments target melanin-producing cells directly, and microdermabrasion and chemical peels remove the top layer of skin altogether, taking discoloration with it. People also seek out cryotherapy to freeze the offending areas, destroying the excess pigment as the skin heals.

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