Heat wraps were invented by the Egyptians, who somehow knew mankind would one day need mummies to play the saxophone solos in Halloween party songs. Do the mash with today's Groupon to The Equator in Bethel Park. Choose from the following options:
- For $29, you get one infrared-heat wrap session (a $79 value).
- For $89, you get three infrared-heat wrap sessions (a $195 value).
- For $169, you get six infrared-heat wrap sessions (a $350 value).
- For $249, you get 12 infrared-heat wrap sessions (a $565 value).
The Equator shrinks unwanted bodily bulges with curve-contouring infrared-heat wraps, warming the cells and motivating the metabolism for up to 36 hours. Technicians kick off treatments by wrapping infrared bands around problem areas, such as the abdomen, thighs, or waist. Infrared light then goes to work, heating the subcutaneous layer of skin to shrink away unnecessary cellular deposits. The treatment increases circulation throughout the body, sweeping away cellular residue and fat loosened by the heat of the pads. Treatments burn through up to 1,400 calories an hour, dwarfing the results of other activities such as marathon running's 1,186 calories or marathon staring contest's two calories. Though results vary, dropping sizes in clothing, reduced stress, pain management, skin rejuvenation, diminished cellulite, and electromagnetic vision are common benefits. Though proponents can see results after just one session, the full set of 12 sessions spaced over four weeks is recommended.
Though their tanning bed's bulbs are designed to last for up to 800 hours, the staff at The Equator replaces them after only 500–700 hours of use to ensure optimal UVB output. This is just one example of their dedication to providing the best possible tanning experience—another is the way in which they meticulously clean each tanning bed before and after each session. Aside from traditional UV tanning and sunless Mystic Tan offerings, they shrink unwanted bodily bulges with curve-contouring infrared-heat wraps. Infrared light goes to work, heating the subcutaneous layer of skin to sweep away unnecessary cellular deposits. Treatments burn through up to 1,400 calories an hour, dwarfing the results of other activities such as marathon running's 1,186 calories or marathon staring contest's two calories.