Tan skin suggests you just got back from a visit to the tropics, whereas pale skin suggests you just got back from a visit to the tropics and witnessed terrible, terrible things. Get your color back with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $29 for one month of unlimited tanning in platinum-level beds (up to a $170 value)
- $19 for one custom airbrush tan (up to a $65 value)
- $39 for three custom airbrush tans (up to a $195 value)
- $79 for five custom airbrush tans (up to a $325 value)
Guests recline in platinum-level tanning beds, such as the high-pressure Orbit Avantgarde, for an unlimited number of sessions. Alternatively, Infinity Sun custom airbrush tans coat physiques in a smooth and even bronze.
Though this merchant sometimes offers a discounted price online, this Groupon is still the best deal available.
U-TAN's glowing beds already evoke a science-fiction vibe, so perhaps it's not surprising that one of them can speak. The Orbit Avantgarde pipes up in a British accent, guiding guests through the bronzing process while cooling their skin with built-in air conditioning. This cozy bed is but one member of a high-tech fleet, whose combined amenities include aromatherapy, water misters, comfortably contoured surfaces, and the option to stand. At the platinum level is the high-pressure Magic bed, which sits upon its royal throne with an open design and high-pressure bulbs for especially swift results.
The salon administers spray tans as well. An automated MyMyst booth dresses bodies in a copper layer that suits the client's skin type, and technicians deftly wield Infinity Sun airbrushes, tanning patrons with the same system used by celebrities when preparing for an awards ceremony or hiding from the paparazzi in a sand dune. As visitors achieve their desired hue, they can tune into the room's XM radio stations and peruse a wide selection of lotions, some of which target acne or eczema.
“Nice facility and the Groupon pricing is excellent”
“Great staff...very friendly. Exceptional customer service and clean beds.”