Look Good and Feel Great at the Adrian Image Center!
People naturally want to look good, and Adrian Image Center provides Lenawee County residents and visitors with a great facility to take care of all their needs. Tan quickly and affordably in our Tanning Salon, get back into shape at our Fitness Center, and get your car and clothes clean so you’re looking great with your new image!
Conveniently located on M-52, we have helped thousands of customers to look good and feel great!
- Winter Skin Care Tips
It’s easier to remember to care for your skin in the summer, partially because more skin shows. In the winter, when you are more apt to wear long sleeves and stay bundled up, you may not be as conscious of how your skin looks and feels. Your skin can look great year-round. Here are some winter skin care tips for a radiant glow.
Moisturize for winter – Each season comes
- Benefits of Dry Cleaning Clothing
Like many people, you may have a hectic schedule, and you also want to save time and money. Having your clothing dry-cleaned may help you accomplish both goals. Here are some ideas to consider when caring for your clothes.
Clothing lasts longer – Normal washing can make clothes shrink, stretch, fade, and wear out over a relatively short time. Because dry cleaners use different methods and solutions, your
- Top 5 Reasons to Spray Tan
Now that the Michigan winter is upon us and the sun is setting earlier in the day, you are probably spending most of your daylight time indoors. You might be missing the feeling of hot sunny summer days and long summer nights. If that’s the case, you may wish to revisit summer with indoor tanning options such as spray tanning. Here are the top 5 reasons to spray tan.
- Are You be Suffering from S.A.D.?
Shorter, bleaker days outside often bring changes in people, such as hot tempers, feeling depressed and unmotivated to start each day. Many people feel like they have the winter blues. If you are one of them, could you be suffering from SAD?
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that typically sets in as fall turns to winter. The decreased amount of sunlight is a major contributing factor for