A woman spent $40,000 on a full-body skin-care regimen for her skin, and it paid off.
As the New York Post reported, Kim Jones bought her $60 million tan in May 2016.
She paid for it out of pocket, and the rest was covered by a health insurance policy.
“I really like the fact that I’m doing what I want to do,” she told the Post.
“I’m not forcing myself into a plan.”
Jones, whose real name is Jessica Jones, had a similar experience when she went into the tanning salon at a tanning spa in Beverly Hills, California.
She went there for a full face and a full body, as well as the salon’s signature “sugar spray.”
The salon’s sales director told Jones she could get her own full body tanning machine if she liked.
But Jones said she liked the idea of getting a full tan.
She decided to order a full, $60-per-day tan for herself.
Jones and her husband had recently bought a house in the San Fernando Valley.
They were looking for something new to wear when the shop closed, and they had no idea what to do.
“There’s something about getting this full body treatment, you know?”
Jones told the LA Times.
“It’s like, ‘Oh, wow.'”
She and her partner purchased the machine at the spa.
The machine arrived at the salon on Feb. 15, two weeks after they purchased it.
Jones was not able to get the full-on tan in time for her wedding to her husband.
But she was able to achieve a full three-inch-deep tan, and a half-inch of tanning cream.
She did not get any sunburn or sun damage during her trip to the tannery, and she says the tan came out better than expected.
“It was so easy,” she said.
“We were all very happy.
I was able and comfortable, and we were very happy.”