Much like an automobile, the human body requires proper care to stay healthy and good-looking for calendar photos. Maintain your natural mode of transportation with today's Groupon: for $39, you get a Hydro-Derma Fusion treatment and an airbrush-tan session at Planet Beach Contemporary Spa (an $89 value).
Planet Beach's contemporary furnishings and futuristic, body-bettering machines surround skin-smoothers as they cleanse and bronze epidermises. In a private room, a Hydro-Derma capsule awaits to cradle clients, thoroughly moisturize skin, and, in case of planetary meltdown, transport them to alien worlds. The system employs a combination of infrared heat and nutrient-imbued steam to cleanse pores and increase collagen levels, as well as improve skin tone and texture. Hydro-Derma treatments also prepare skin to readily accept Planet Beach's UV-free airbrush-tanning service, a one-on-one meeting with an experienced airbrush artist who coats shells with hand-applied color to bestow them with darkened tones and ghost-flame accents.
Planet Beach Contempo Spa
A wildly successful alternative to traditional day spas—its more than 300 locations blanket 36 states and half a dozen countries—Planet Beach Contempo Spa is a futuristic relaxation station where state-of-the-art machines administer all the spa and tanning services. These friendly automatons sometimes replace familiar treatments, as in the Luminous facial, a light-based service that delivers blemish-busting results similar to those of a conventional facial. But other equipment maps out new spa territory entirely: the Hydro-Derma Fusion chamber moisturizes the whole body with nutrient-rich steam in order to offset the effects of a dry climate or a rear-end collision with a salt truck. Other machines whiten teeth, spray tan skin, and massage muscles. Planet Beach operates on a gym-style membership system, meaning that members purchase packages or pay flat monthly rates. As members spend more time at the spa, they get to know the helpful assistants who are always on hand to demonstrate how to use the equipment without activating its ability to cry.