The problem with swallowing lightning bugs to acquire glowing skin is that it’s impossible to synchronize their illumination. Achieve unfluctuating luminescence with today’s Groupon to Pacific Tanning, valid at both the Selden and Rocky Point locations. Choose between the following options:
- For $37, you get one month of unlimited tanning-bed sessions (a $145 value).
- For $45, you get two customized, laser-guided spray tans, two tanning-bed sessions, and two Lumiere photo skin-rejuvenation sessions (up to a $260 value).
Listed as one of Looking Fit magazine’s Top 250 Salons, Pacific Tanning has been imbuing skinscapes with seemingly sun-kissed hues for 12 years. Owner and tanning enthusiast Brad P Blair aims to create a customer-centric environment at both Pacific locations with myriad service options for like-minded solar shunners. With several beds to choose from, including a standup booth, one month of unlimited tanning-bed sessions infuses lackluster skin suits with gradual color, like a trepidatious chameleon on a film noir set.
Groupon buyers can enliven dull dermis with two 20-minute tanning-bed sessions in any level bed (up to a $60 value) and two customized, laser-guided spray tans (a $110 value). The spray tans’ tincture is individually tailored to skin tones across the chromatic spectrum, misting the body from head to toe with an even pigmentation that is more natural looking and less risky than stripping down to your skivvies and taunting competitors on a paintball field. Two 20-minute Lumiere photo skin-rejuvenation sessions (a $90 value) utilize red-light therapy to encourage new cell growth and diminish the appearance of fine lines on furrowed frontispieces. Pacific Tanning is open seven days a week from 7:00 a.m. to midnight.
Protective eyewear is supplied and must be worn. Tanning may increase risk of skin cancer.
The staff at Pacific Tanning's Rocky Point and Selden locations curates a wide range of sun-simulating beds and booths that imbue skin with bronze hues. They also employ a custom airbrush formula to apply even, natural-looking tans and temporary tattoos to bodies, and to spray murals of wizards onto the sides of vans.