Seven-day tanning plan designed to help customers achieve naturally-looking bronzed skin tone with no downtime
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What You'll Get
Seven Days of Tanning include:
- One VersaSpa/Pro spray tan
- One redlight therapy session
- One level 5 360 session
- One level 4 Turbo session
- One level 3 Extreme session
- One level 2 Mega session
- One level 1 Super session
- Unlimited Sunless Spray Tans for Seven Days include all-access sunless tanning with VersaSpa and Pro, plus any add-ons
Red Light Therapy is a therapeutic technique that uses red, low-level wavelengths of light to stimulate collagen production, elastin, and blood flow for skin rejuvenation and damage repair
- Age restrictions: must be 18 or older
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person only. Must be 18 or older. 7 days must be completed in 7 consecutive days. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About At the Beach
At The Beach has been safely enriching skin pigment since opening its first location in Oklahoma City back in 1987. Fast forward 30 years later and that humble little tanning operation is now a thriving, full-fledged franchise with 75 stores across the country. The reason for its ever-growing success over the years is simple: the owners consistently fill their stores with the latest in tanning technology—be it bed or spray nozzle—that yields golden, natural looking skin tones without a single beam of actual sunlight.
To that end, each store stocks premium, UV-free spray tan systems, including VersaSpa and VersaPro, that evenly coat skin in bronzing solutions without leaving behind any spray lines or smudgy imperfections. Locations also house multiple levels of state-of-the-art sunbeds, which rope in both UVA and UVB lightwaves to create even, balanced tans that only look like they were the product of real-deal sun rays.