Summer doesn’t officially start until June 21, but everyone knows the unofficial start to the season is Memorial Day weekend. Whether the holiday weekend is taking you elsewhere or you’re staying put for a California staycation, look and feel your best for the summer season with our top three ways to get Memorial Day ready.
1. Sunbed tanning: If you can’t tone it, tan it
They say summer bodies are made in the winter, but winter is way past due! A sunbed session creates an instantly slimmer and more toned appearance – without breaking a sweat. While tanning in a sunbed session, our top tip is to follow your consultant’s bed and time recommendation based on your skin type analysis and tanning goals. Also, if your Memorial Day weekend takes you outdoors, feel free to take your tanning lotion with you and and pair it with SPF.
2. FIT Bodywrap: Weight loss, detoxification and relaxation
A FIT Bodywrap session is a quick fix before Memorial Day to help reduce fluid retention and temporarily feel and look thinner. The three key benefits of FIT Bodywrap are weight loss, detoxification and relaxation, making it an effective way to lose water weight before a big weekend.
However, FIT Bodywrap isn’t just for quick fix results, you can experience the long-term benefits of weight loss, detoxification and relaxation when utilizing FIT Bodywrap two to three times per week.
A FIT Bodywrap session typically costs $90; however, with a Sun Spray Spa iCLUB membership at $99.95 per month you’ll have unlimited access to all iTAN services, including FIT Bodywrap.
3. Spray tan: No time to tan? No problem
A spray tan is our go-to solution for when we simply need a nearly instant golden glow. Whether you’re taking off on a Memorial Day weekend flight or heading for the road, a spray tan only takes six to eight hours to develop. Better yet, you can get a spray tan before bed and rinse off in the morning.
Plus, if you need an extra fast spray tan you can customize your spray with an accelerator to reduce your color development time to only four to six hours.