Hollywood Tan Offers Upscale Salon

The owners of Hollywood Tans in Milford, Margaret Bell and Steve Goldschlager, saw an opportunity to offer a professional tanning salon in February 28, 2006 to the community.  The first of two salons, the second in Salisbury, MD, Hollywood Tans of Milford boasts about their top-of-the-line equipment and reasonable prices. 

With 13 stand up booths, customers receive at 360 degree tan and see results immediately with no white lines.  The booths are specifically designed to minimize sweating while producing quick results.  Their award winning Mystic Spray Tan offers individuals the ability to receive the look they want in a matter of minutes.

Their specially formulated lotion is effective immediately and is designed to give the optimal tan in less time. Hollywood Tans’ comprehensive lotions and skin care line includes everything from shower gels and moisturizers to tan amplifiers.

Hollywood Tans of Milford requires no appointments and is open 7 days a week.  Their experienced staff is trained on all their products and is prepared to assist in any way.  They are approachable and available to teach individuals so customers can look and feel their best. “It’s not how you look but how you feel.   We want our people to feel beautiful,” commented Steve Goldschlager. 

Hollywood Tans in Milford is committed to giving the customer a competitive tan, quality and prices.  All bulbs in the stand up booths are changed out every 100 hours to ensure quality performance.  They offer competitive pricing by offering unlimited tanning for $22.99 a month.   “We offer an upscale salon at a reasonable price,” commented Margaret Bell.

Hollywood Tans of Milford is open Monday thru Friday 9:00am-9:00pm; Saturday 9:00am-8:00pm; 10:00am-6:00pm. They are located at Milford Crossings Shopping Center, 145 Aerenson Dr., and can be reached at 302-422-4299.  Visit them online at http://www.hollywoodtans.com and on Facebook at
http://www.facebook.com/htwoodlyn.

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