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BEAUTY


Bronze away the winter blues W


ith the Christmas party season just around the corner and summer a distant memory, now


is the time to get prepared and give your skin a natural sun-kissed tone. Miami on O’Connell Street is a one


stop shop for all your tanning needs, with stand-up or lie-down sunbeds and spray tans that will leave you looking bronzed and healthy as you hit the dance floor for your Christmas night out. The tanning lotions


are all formulated with the most innovative and selective ingredients to optimize the skin’s quality and protect it against dehydrations and aging. In order to optimize


your tanning session, you need to prepare your body, not just on the outside, but also inside, so your skin is healthy and glowing. As a result, you’re surrounding your body with the best ingredients to provide the most natural balance of healthy skin and will achieve a darker skin tone. Results by using tanning lotions with


healthy skin products can increase the results from a tanning session up to 30% - 40% depending on skin type and skin condition. A course of sunbed treatments is also


an option. Indoor tanning uses the same ultraviolet (UV) light as lying out in the sun. However, you are able to control


BEAUTY DIRECTORY


AME HEALTH AND BEAUTY 18 Main Street, Tramore Tel: 087 7926650 www.tramore-ameholisticcentre@live.ie


the amount and type of UV light with indoor tanning. This allows you to achieve an all-over body tan easier, and more gradually. With better control over exposure, it is easier to avoid harmful sunburns. If you have no time for a couple of


sunbed sessions to achieve your preferred tan for the Christmas party season, you may want to opt for a spray tan. With instant tan you will look perfect within a few minutes and will last a week, and now with 80% Aloe extract, it will restore your skin and give it a perfect summer glow. Miami also offer


Collagen Light Treatment. The light penetrates deeply into the skin to the layers containing collagen and elastin, where it stimulates natural regeneration processes that are also triggered, for example, when the skin is injured. Old


skin structures are broken down while hardenings and deposits in the elastin are removed so that the fibers regain their original elasticity. The formation of new, firmer collagen fibers begins. When applied regularly, red light can


improve the look and feel of your skin. Recommended treatment time is between 10 and 20 minutes. In the beginning, the treatment should be applied twice a week, gradually increasing to three applications a week. The light therapy should take at least


8 to 10 weeks, as the skin needs time to build new and improved structures. Visible improvements have been seen after approximately eight treatment sessions, with the skin appearing smoother, fresher and healthier. It also reduces the bags under the eyes. Be sure to avoid the last minute


Christmas rush and make an appointment with Miami today.


Miami Waterford,


1 O’Connell Court, Waterford. Tel: 051 - 340 124


Opening Times:


Monday to Saturday 10:30am - 9pm Sundays & Bank Holidays 2pm - 7pm


BAY SPA The Prom, The Strand, Tramore. Tel: 051 338479 www.bayspatramore.com


BEAUTILICIOUS Unit 28A, Waterford Business Park, Waterford. Tel: 087 9086262 www.beautiliciouswaterford.ie


JARK JAI THAI MASSAGE 2 Marine House, Canada Street, Waterford. Tel: 051 583187 www.jarkjaimassage.com


PURE BLISS Ardkeen, Dunmore Road, Waterford. Tel: 051 844700


SAM McCAULEY BEAUTY SALON AND DAY SPA Broad Street Tel: 051 860066 www.sammccauley.com


SPIRIT HEALTH AND BEAUTY 11 Merchants Quay Tel: 051 840777 www.spirithealthandbeauty.com


ZEN HAIR SALON Arundel Lane, Waterford. Tel: 051 870364


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