When you visit your local tanning saloon, you’re bound to get some questions about how to save money when it comes to your skin care.
“Do you need a $1.99 shampoo and conditioner?” the woman behind the counter might ask.
“I’m a little scared,” you might reply.
But you’re not alone.
As the industry grows, there’s a lot of confusion about the best way to shop for products and services and where to go next.
In this article, we’ll cover the most common questions you’ll run into, and give you the answers you need to make the most of your money.
Can I save more by getting a cheaper tanning spot?
The answer to this question depends on where you live and what services you’re seeking.
While most salons charge more per-hour than most private practices, you can always save money by choosing the best rates and services, according to dermatologist and skin care expert Julie Zayat.
In addition to offering a cheaper rate, she says, salons tend to offer more products and offer more services, which may help you save money.
In some areas, such as the Midwestern states of Iowa and Kansas, salon prices are more expensive than private practice prices.
Zay at Lubbocks Tanning Salon, 821 West Sixth Street, Lubbels, Texas 76079.
What if I have an existing tanning session and want to switch to a new one?
Some salons don’t offer a new session but instead offer a “fresh start” option.
This is a free-of-charge session that lasts a few hours, and can be used to make up to two sessions in a month.
If you’re thinking about changing your skin regimen, ask your dermatologist what the best options are.
Some salon options include the following: Bodyworks is a private company that offers salon-style treatments for $199 per month for up to 12 hours, or $349 for 12 hours and $599 for 12 and 24 hours.
They also offer free facial masks, hair-care products, face-care and massage services.
You can also use Bodyworks products in a private salon.
It also offers spa treatments.
Lubbills Bodyworks, 871 E. Broadway St., Lubbies, TX 76099.
I just went to a private clinic and wanted to see how much they charge for my skin care products.
Will I be able to save by getting free treatments?
Yes, but not everyone has access to private practices.
While some private clinics offer treatment for free, you may have to pay for a dermatologist consultation and/or prescription.
Some private clinics charge more than others for the same treatment, according the American Academy of Dermatology.
You’ll want to check the price and the price per treatment, Zay says.
She suggests choosing a clinic that offers a private session and that offers your preferred treatment, such a facial mask or facial scrub.
In general, you’ll save money if you get a free treatment.
The dermatologist will recommend the right product and you’ll be treated by a trained dermatologist who will guide you through your treatment, which is typically about five to seven minutes.
I’ve already booked a private appointment and my doctor is not willing to accept a cheaper fee.
Will they charge more?
Lipsmith Skin Care in Lacey, Texas charges $9.99 per hour for two sessions with a dermatologists appointment.
They offer treatments at $49.95 per hour.
You may have the option of booking a private consultation and paying less for your treatment.
Lizzie Kann, Lizzies Skin Care, 1312 South Congress, Littlesville, TX 75403.
Do you have to be an Lubbokos employee to get free treatments and services?
If you work at Lizzys Skin Care and are over 18 years old, you are eligible for a free dermatologist appointment.
Linnell Skin Care also offers a free consultation with a private dermatologist.
They will give you a treatment at no cost, according their website.
You don’t have to register for the clinic, and they do not require a license or insurance to work.
Littlicas Skin Care Clinic, 1400 West Broadway, Linnells, TX 77561.
Will Lizzy Kann charge me more for my treatment than my dermatologist?
Yes and no.
The Littlys Skin care Clinic offers a $199 appointment, but they do require a prescription, according Zay.
They are also