Tanning can be difficult in winter months because days of sunlight are shorter and chilly winds force sunbathers to dress in swimming parkas. Bronze regardless of weather systems with today’s Groupon to Sun City Tanning in Concord. Choose from the following options:
- For $12, you get one Mystic spray-tanning session (a $25 value).
- For $33, you get three Mystic spray-tanning sessions (a $75 value).
- For $49, you get five Mystic spray-tanning sessions (up to a $125 value).<p>
Sun City Tanning’s floor plan of UV- and sunless-tanning stations wrap clients in bronze glows year-round. Pale physiques stand in front of the Mystic spray tan’s rotating nozzles, which uniformly spritz the skin with a moisturizing, sugar-based solution. The nontoxic formulation darkens the skin by interacting with the body’s amino acids and internal light boards to create a streak-free, natural-looking tan. Temperature-controlled air breezes through the bronzing box, keeping epidermises warm and dry as the sunless formula quickly coats pigmentless layers.
After mechanical airbrushes come to a halt, beauty-seekers can gently pat dry excess droplets and dress before sauntering out with a new, toasty tint to make the sun second-guess its day job. Lined with palm-tree murals and decorative surfboards, Sun City Tanning conjures memories of blissful island vacations. During the tanning session, guests can swiftly drift into a daydream or calculate pi to an undiscovered decimal place.
Though Sun City Tanning sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Sun City Tanning
Staffers at Sun City Tanning stock private rooms with state-of-the-art tanning beds that quickly impart clients with a sunless sun-kissed look. They consult with clients to plot plans of action, directing newcomers to gentler beds to build base tans, veterans to powerful beds that rapidly deepen tones, and geckos to dry rocks. UV-free spray tans quickly lend wintry skin a summertime sheen, and leg-tanning beds help slow-to-tan limbs catch up to neighboring skin tones.