Until scientists develop a weapon potent enough to destroy gravity, wrinkles, cellulite, and falling coconuts will continue to serve as humbling reminders of our delicate mortality. Defy the elements with today’s Groupon to Tan LA. Today’s deal is redeemable at the Thousand Oaks location. Choose between the following options:
- For $39, you get one 50-minute Formostar infrared body wrap (a $99 value).
- For $89, you get three 50-minute Formostar infrared body wraps (a $297 value).<p>
The skin sages at Tan LA deftly cocoon clients in infrared body wraps, which aim to slenderize figures by burning 900–1,400 calories in just one session. The Formostar wrap swaddles smooth-silhouette seekers in deep-penetrating infrared heat, which seeks and destroys infiltrating toxins and cellulite entrenchments, breaking them up and neutralizing planned sit-ins. At the tissue level, enzyme function and metabolism jump into action, boosting circulation and rousing slumbering sweat glands. Beneath the wrap, clients are welcome to wick moisture from the skin by adorning themselves in absorbent clothing or 1,000 cotton balls.
Though Tan LA sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Tan LA's Smart Tan–certified staff takes pride in matching each body with its perfect tanning method. Its customized tanning programs begin with an analysis of each client's skin type to determine which of the shop's meticulously maintained European beds is best suited to their needs. With four levels of intensity and exposure times ranging from 9 to 20 minutes, the studio is able to cater to complexions from fair to olive, whereas talented airbrush technicians offer custom-blended solutions for those who prefer not to be exposed to bulbs or their annoying sunny dispositions.
Beyond bronzing, Tan LA keeps the beach-bound looking their best with advanced spa services that range from cellulite-shrinking Formostar body wraps to red-light anti-aging therapies that, like profound Pink Floyd lyrics, penetrate 8 to 10 millimeters below the skin’s surface, working to boost blood flow and stimulate collagen growth